I'm originally from Brooklyn, New York and moved to El Paso in 1978. After attending Coronado High School and the University of Texas, I returned to El Paso to start my professional radio career. For the last 20 years, I've hosted Sportstalk, El Paso’s longest running local radio talk show. On May 1st 2013, I was inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in the media category. It's quite an honor and also a sign that I'm getting old. My favorite professional sports teams are the New York Mets, Jets, Knicks, and Rangers. I grew up a huge UTEP basketball fan, and working with Don Haskins is the highlight of my radio career. My favorite movie is Goodfellas, I enjoy listening to all kinds of rock music, and I'd like to someday be a restaurant critic.
Young Boys Battle Renegade Hot Dog and Peanut at Angels Game [VIDEO]
It was Kids vs. Food night on Wednesday in Anaheim.
Seth Meyers & Amy Poehler Blast SI Writer Who REALLY Hates Women’s Sports [VIDEO]
On Monday night, Sports Illustrated writer Andy Benoit made headlines when he posted a controversial tweet in reference to women's sports. At the time, the U.S. women's soccer team was playing Colombia in a World Cup round-of-16 game. Some guy commented on the game, and Benoit retweeted th…
Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Lie Witness News’ Makes Idiots Out of Warriors Fans [VIDEO]
As we get ready for Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland, Jimmy Kimmel gives us a hilarious but perhaps not-so-flattering closer look at Golden State Warriors fans.
Dallas Cowboys Website Says Acquiring Adrian Peterson Would Make Them ‘Serious Contenders’
For months, people have wondered whether or not the Dallas Cowboys would attempt to acquire running back Adrian Peterson from the Minnesota Vikings. According the the team's official website, the Cowboys would be "serious contenders" if they were to add the league's top r…
Chicago Radio Hosts Discover Their Show Is Cancelled Via Twitter While On Air [VIDEO]
Meet Ben Finfer and Alex Quigley, the hosts of 'Quigs and Finfer,' which airs weekday afternoons from noon-3pm on WGWG-LP The Game 87.7 FM in Chicago. Make that aired.
Former UTEP Head Basketball Coach Jason Rabedeaux Dead At 49
Sad news hit the basketball world this morning when former UTEP head coach Jason Rabedeaux passed away at his home in Ho Chi Minh City. He was just 49 years old. Rabedeaux was the head coach of the Saigon Heat, the first-ever professional basketball team in Vietnam, and had just coached the team to …