I was told I could no longer be an internet troll, so I figured radio was the way to go....now here we are. Kidding, of course. I do love to use Twitter though. I got started in radio because I love broadcasting high school sports...play-by-play is my passion. I am reminded quite frequently how talented the athletes are here in Southeast Minnesota. I grew up and currently live in Stewartville with my wife (yes, I have no idea why she married me) and our dog. I love the Twins, Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Gophers and don't regret one minute of the heartbreaks it causes me I got my start in play-by-play by announcing my own games while playing Madden as a young child. You could say that my parents hated every minute of it, but hey it paid off! If you ever see me out and about, stop and say hello!
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