Born in Asheville, NC but grew up in Sioux Falls and graduated from Roosevelt High School. I attended the University of Minnesota, then ended up in Nashville where I received my Bachelors in Communications with a minor in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University. I began my sports radio career at the CBS Sports Radio affiliate in Nashville in 2008. In 2011 I joined SiriusXM and I started "Overtime" on ESPN 99.1 in July 2012. I met my wife in 2006 at college and we moved down to Nashville together where she received her Masters from Tennessee State University and now she is the School Psychologist for the West Central Schools. We got married in Nashville in July of 2011. We have the coolest little guy in our wonderful son Beckham and an amazing dude in our other son Mauer, plus our latest edition Griffey who is just a stud. Chillin at the house is our cat Bentley and dog Clarke. Email: Jt@espn991.com Twitter: @jtespn
Team USA Stinks Up the Joint in their Opener Against France
That odor has been identified and categorized as horrible basketball from Team USA and it cost them a win against France.
Are Rodgers and Adams Going to Tango for One Last Dance?
So will the Packers have both Adams and Rodgers come the start of the 2021 season?
Minnesota Vikings Assistant Out After Refusing to Get Vaccinated
On Friday, an assistant coach with the Minnesota Vikings was the latest to find that out the hard way after he refused to get the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.
Legends for Kids Gives Record Amount to the Community in 2021
They announced on Wednesday that they raised a record $270,000 in which they will give back to the community.
Record Bass Caught at Lake Oahe in South Dakota
According to South Dakota Game, Fish an Parks, a record small mouth bass was caught in the state on Friday.
Minnesota Twins Offer Buxton New Deal, Yet Still May Be Traded
The future of Byron Buxton with the Minnesota Twins may be determined by the end of the month as new details have emerged on the current plans of the team.
South Dakota Has 0 Unprovoked Shark Attacks Since 1837
Since data began being kept in 1837, the state of South Dakota has never had a unprovoked shark attack.
Former Huskers Head Coach Retiring From College Football
Ohio University head football coach Frank Solich announced his retirement from college football on Wednesday.
NBA Finals Ratings Up 41% From 2020
The NBA is feeling way better about their ratings this year comparable to last year in the bubble.
Look Who the Minnesota Twins Took in the MLB Draft
Minnesota headed into the first round of the draft with two picks and used one pick on a pitcher and another pick on a shortstop.