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Pete Pranica, Memphis Grizzlies My conversation with the TV voice of the Memphis Grizzlies, Pete Pranica. Topics of discussion include: The one pen he has to have for all of his game prep. How listening to the radio in rural Wisconsin led to his love of sportscasting. Going to the same high school as Kevin Harlan. … Read More The post EP 132: Pete …
 
Neil Price, Mississippi State My conversation with Neil Price, who’s the radio voice of Mississippi State football and men’s basketball. Topics of discussion include: The truck ride with his dad that led to his passion for play-by-play. Being the voice of a team he rooted against as a kid. How his small town upbringing led to on air opportunities a…
 
John Thayer with Matt Coatney This week features John Thayer, the voice of the University of South Dakota Coyotes, as a guest host. He visits with Matt Coatney, the women’s basketball hoops voice of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Topics of discussion include: The challenges of covering college football during a pandemic. The importance of understanding …
 
Bill Hupp w/ Callum Williams This episode is guest hosted by Bill Hupp, a freelance broadcaster in the Twin Cities. He visits with the play-by-play voice of the Minnesota United of the MLS. Topics of discussion include: When the broadcasting bug first bit. Why he loves the business of sports broadcasting. The importance of the support from his pare…
 
Guest Host Eric Little w/ Jay Burnham of UMass Eric Little guest hosts and visits with Jay Burnham who broadcasts for UMass and VCU. He also spent 16 years as an MiLB broadcaster. Topics of discussion include: Eric Little introduces himself and says nice things about the SayTheDamnScore Podcast. He introduces Jay Burnham and discusses the importanc…
 
John Liddle w/ George Dunham Guest host John Liddle chats with George Dunham who was the former long time voice of North Texas hoops and standout sports talk host on 96.7 The Ticket. Topics of discussion include: He shares how his experience at North Texas led to him catching the radio bug. The magical experience behind his first on air sportscast.…
 
Meghan McPeak, Washington Mystics & Capital City GoGo This is the first of what will be several shows guest hosted by my friends in the industry as I deal with some personal issues. Chris Lewis, the voice of Boise State womens hoops, steps into pinch hit for this episode. He visits with Meghan McPeak of the WNBA’s Washington Mystics & NBA G League …
 
Logan Anderson On Overcoming Adversity This week is a solo show where I share some of the personal and professional difficulties in my life and how they may have a short term effect on this podcast. Also, I share my philosophy on handling and overcoming adversity in sportscasting and life in general. Thank you to everyone who has ever listened to o…
 
Ted Emrich: ESPN & Westwood One In this episode I chat with Ted Emrich, who does work for Westwood One, ESPN, Fox Sports SW, and many others. Topics of discussion include: His broadcast schedule during the pandemic. Doing golf on the radio on a monitor. Getting hired as a spotter by Westwood One as a high schooler. … Read More The post EP 124: Ted …
 
Adam St. Paul, Aberdeen SD This episode features my conversation with former coworker Adam St. Paul from Dakota Broadcasting in Aberdeen, SD. We relive stories from our time working together, including: The Homecoming Fiasco: How it taught us to be careful in our criticism of high school athletes. The Phone Line Heist: Always make sure to prepare t…
 
Tom Leach, Kentucky My conversation with Tom Leach, the radio voice of University of Kentucky football and basketball. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing to get through the days during the pandemic. How he gets through his daily talk show without any sports. Setting his goal to one day be the voice of the Wildcats as an 8th grader. … Rea…
 
Tim Healey, Arizona State In this episode I chat with Tim Healey, the radio voice of the Arizona State Sun Devils in football, basketball, and baseball. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing to stay sharp as a play-by-play broadcaster during the pandemic. Why he walks 4.2 miles on his regular walks to honor former Sun Devil Pat Tillman. … R…
 
Steve Herz, IF Management In this episode I’m joined by Steve Herz, a sports media agent and President of IF Management. He recently published his first book “Don’t Take Yes For An Answer.” It is a great guide to developing self awareness and self improvement strategies. Topics of discussion include: How he reacted after being told by an associate …
 
Paul Rovnak U. of Minnesota & Gene McGivern U. of St. Thomas In this episode I chat with two respected sports information professionals from different Twin Cities institutions. Paul Rovnak from the University of Minnesota and Gene McGivern from the University of St. Thomas. Topics of discussion include: The unique paths one can take to be an SID. ……
 
George Grande, ESPN & Cincinnati Reds. My conversation with George Grande, the former long time sportscaster for the Cincinnati Reds and anchor for the very first ESPN SportsCenter. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing during his Covid 19 lockdown. Being on the 1969 USC baseball team with multiple future MLB Hall of Famers. Working as a go…
 
Chuck Cooperstein, Dallas Mavericks This episode features Chuck Cooperstein, the radio voice of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing during this time of social distancing. The benefits of reading for broadcasters. The influence of Marv Albert and other classic New York broadcasters on his career. Knowing what he…
 
Dick Vitale, ESPN This episode features Dick Vitale who is obviously a long time analyst for ESPN. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing during this time of quarantine. The characteristics in play-by-play broadcasters that he values as an analyst. How his preparation differs from his play-by-play partners. What his partners do to get the be…
 
Pete Weber, Nashville Predators My conversation with Pete Weber, the radio voice of the NHL’s Nashville Predators. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing during this time of quarantine. The surprising reason he is nervous about doing games with no fans. How a fortuitous bathroom break led to his first play-by-play experience as a high school…
 
Ian Eagle, Brooklyn Nets & CBS Sports. Our second conversation with Ian Eagle the voice of the Brooklyn Nets. He also is a network broadcaster for CBS and Westwood One. Topics of discussion include: His quarantine activities. His attempt at growing a quarantine beard. Has he seen Tiger King yet? The last thing he left the house for. … Read More The…
 
Tim Brando, Fox Sports My conversation with long time network studio host and play-by-play broadcaster Tim Brando. He’s been with ESPN, Turner, CBS, and is currently with Fox Sports. Topics of discussion include: Covering the last televised game of the 2019-2020 basketball season. What he’s doing during his time social distancing. Writing a book an…
 
Sean McDonough, ESPN and Boston Red Sox Episode 112 features my conversation with Sean McDonough. The voice of the Red Sox and national network broadcaster for ESPN. Topics of discussion include: How not getting accepted to Notre Dame and ending up at Syracuse was a blessing in disguise. What he was like as a student. A head football coach arrangin…
 
In this episode I visit with Brendan Gulick, a freelance broadcaster based in Cleveland Ohio. Topics of discussion include: Building a full time freelance schedule. How catching mono as a junior in high school led to him starting the now prestigious broadcast club at St. Ignatius High School. The lineage of success that followed him from that broad…
 
Dave Wills, Tampa Bay Rays This episode features my conversation with Dave Will, part of the two man broadcast team for the Tampa Bay Rays. Topics of discussion include: How listening to Harry Caray and working in fast food helped him develop his passion for sportscasting. Having his voice recognized in unusual places. Choosing to go to Elmhurst Co…
 
John Forslund, Carolina Hurricanes My conversation with John Forslund, the TV voice of the Carolina Hurricanes. Topics of discussion include: How a famous Bobby Orr goal on Mother’s Day led to him falling in love with the craft of sportscasting. Becoming a hockey nut despite growing up in the home town of the Basketball Hall of Fame. … Read More Th…
 
Dan Shulman, ESPN and Sportsnet My Conversation with Dan Shulman who works for ESPN and Sportsnet where he covers the Toronto Bluejays: Why having a Canadian accent was never an issue in his broadcasting career in America. Being a late bloomer in sportscasting after going to school for actuarial science. Realizing that being an actuary wasn’t for h…
 
My conversation with Pat Hughes, the radio voice of the Chicago Cubs. Topics of discussion include: The influence of legendary Bay Area broadcasters Lon Simmons, Bill King, and Russ Hodges influenced his desire to dive into sportscasting. How he learns from other broadcasters without copying what they do. What he still does to get better. His style…
 
Noah Eagle, Los Angeles Clippers This Episode features my conversation with Noah Eagle, the radio voice of the LA Clippers. He’s also the son of broadcast legend Ian Eagle. Topics of discussion include: Showing interest in his father’s career path as a young child. Developing a love of performance as a high schooler. Why he chose to go to Syracuse …
 
Josh Appel, Sports USA My Conversation with Josh Appel who covers the NFL for the Sports USA Network. Topics of discussion include: Knowing he wanted to go into sportscasting as a 6th grader. Learning the nuts and bolts of play-by-play as a high schooler. Choosing South Florida as his college of choice. Overcoming shyness to become a great relation…
 
Matt Cundill, Sound Off Podcast In this episode I visit with Matt Cundill. Matt is a former major market radio PD, a radio consultant, and host of the Sound Off Podcast. Topics of discussion include: His brief play-by-play stint doing hockey in Canada. The path he took to become a program director. Why he still owns an actual radio, even though he …
 
Quint Kessenich, ESPN In this episode I chat with Quint Kessenich of ESPN. Topics of discussion include: He explains how despite being an elite athlete, he fell backwards into his sportscasting career. Why lacrosse is growing so rapidly in popularity. Deciding when to cater to hardcore fans while still educating viewers who are less familiar with t…
 
Corbu Stathes, Minnesota Gopher WBB This episode features my conversation with Corbu Stathes, the women’s basketball voice of the University of Minnesota. Topics of discussion include: How many ways people have butchered his name. Wanting to be a comic book artist before finding his way into sportscasting. How play-by-play is an artistic pursuit. H…
 
EP 101: Jill Gearin, Visalia Rawhide This episode features my conversation with one of just six women in Minor League Baseball. Jill Gearin is the voice of the Visalia Rawhide. Topics of discussion include: Writing a note to her school counselor in middle school saying she was going to be the voice of the Red Sox some day. … Read More The post EP 1…
 
EP 100: Verne Lundquist For episode 100 it is my pleasure to share my conversation with Verne Lundquist of CBS! Topics of discussion include: How often does he get recognized as the guy who says “Who the hell is Happy Gilmore?” Other stories from the filming of Happy Gilmore. His reaction when his varsity basketball coach suggested he become a chee…
 
Kenny Albert, Fox Sports Episode 99 features my conversation with Kenny Albert. He’s the voice of the New York Rangers, Fox Sports, and many other prestigious assignments. Topics of discussion include: Why the only sport he’s called that he didn’t feel comfortable with was college wrestling. The uniqueness of covering boxing. Why Thanksgiving felt …
 
Bill Roth, ESPN In episode 98 I chat with Bill Roth of ESPN. He is also a sportscasting professor at Virginia Tech, where he previously was the voice of the Hokies for 27 years. Topics of discussion include: When he gave up on the early childhood dream of being a firefighter and moved onto wanting to get into sportscasting. … Read More The post EP …
 
Episode 97: Andy Masur, Chicago White Sox My conversation with Andy Masur. He regularly calls play-by-play for the Chicago White Sox and also hosts their pre/post game shows. Topics of discussion include: Talking into Lincoln Logs pretending they were microphones as a child. Why he chose to go to Bradley University. How internships led him into his…
 
This episode features my conversation with Matt Park, the voice of the Syracuse Orange. Topics of discussion include: When he knew broadcasting was in his future. Do you have to know what you’re doing as a high schooler to go to Newhouse? Early jobs with the Piedmont Boll Weevils and the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx. The important balance of classroom le…
 
EP 095: Steve Holman, Atlanta Hawks. Episode 95 features the longtime voice of the Atlanta Hawks, Steve Holman. Topics of discussion include: The uniqueness and value of the NSMA Awards Weekend. Knowing he wanted to go into sportscasting as an 8 year old. Getting pulled out of school to work at the local radio station. How he got hired as a high sc…
 
Conversation with Dave Benz of the Minnesota Timberwolves This episode features a conversation with Dave Benz, the TV voice of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Topics of discussion include: Nearly missing walking across the stage at his college graduation to get his first play-by-play experience. The signs from his youth that he would end up a play-by-p…
 
Episode 93 with Drew Carter. My conversation with Drew Carter, this years winner of the Jim Nantz Award for the nations best collegiate sportscaster. Last years winner and fellow Minnesota native, Katie Emmer, also makes a surprise appearance. The process of winning the Jim Nantz Award. Being the second straight broadcaster from Minnesota to win th…
 
This episode features my conversation with Chris Lewis who is the women’s basketball broadcaster for Boise State, works for the Mountain West Conference Network, and hosts a sports talk show on KTIK in Boise. Topics of discussion include: Being present at the moment that inspired the development of this podcast. Going to sportscasting camps as a ch…
 
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This episode features my conversation with Westwood One Final Four studio host Jason Horowitz. Topics of discussion include: Dealing with Twitter trolls. How being on the ESPN reality show “Dream Job” opened career doors. Getting his first job in New York City and being immediately under the microscope. Learning to reel in his ego early in his care…
 
New podcast conversation with Ghizal Hasan, the voice of Cal State University Northridge Basketball and Cal Riverside Baseball. Topics of discussion include: Being named #9 on the list of the Top 10 Broadcasters in Los Angeles. How he feels about being named one of the top broadcasters in the market but not catching a break for one of the glamour j…
 
New podcast conversation with Kevin Belbey, Director of Sports Broadcasting for The Montag Group. He’s a sports broadcasting agent who provides great insight into the broadcaster/agent dynamic. Topics of discussion include: Going to the Newhouse School at Syracuse and realizing that sportscasting wasn’t going to be his future. Why getting an agent …
 
In Episode 87 we chat with Brian Anderson of the Milwaukee Brewers and Turner Sports. Topics of discussion include: The keys to covering games in a tournament setting with numerous games each day. The book he bought that taught him how to control his voice like an instrument. Specific steps he took to develop the sound quality of the voice. … Read …
 
Episode 86 of the podcast features Charley Steiner, the radio voice of the LA Dodgers and long time ESPN Sportscenter anchor. Topics of discussion include: How hearing Vin Scully as a seven year old led to falling in love with sportscasting. His first reaction when he learned he was going to be working as the Dodger announcer after a lifetime of be…
 
In this episode I chat with Bill Spaulding, broadcaster for Harvard, the Ivy League Network, and Olympics coverage on NBC. Topics of discussion include: The pressure to sound smarter broadcasting to an Ivy League audience. When he knew he wanted to be a sportscaster. Going to Syracuse and why it was an easy decision. How difficult is it to get into…
 
Episode 84 features my conversation with Michele Tafoya of NBC Sports. She’s one of the best sideline reporters of all time and a pioneering woman in sportscasting. Topics of discussion include: Her experience covering four different Super Bowls and how it’s not like any other game. Finding the people she wants to interview on the crowded field aft…
 
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