I might have been born in New York, but I've been a Sioux Falls kid my entire life. I always knew that I wanted to be in the sports broadcast industry. I attended the University of South Dakota (Go Yotes!) and met my wife Brooke there. Outside of sports, I'm a life-long pro wrestling fan that travels the country each year to go to Wrestlemania (for real). During the summer I'm usually on a golf course. I somehow once hit a hole-in-one on #4 at the Brandon Golf Course...we'll just consider that as a super lucky shot. Otherwise I'm usually trying to find a way to travel, on the kickboxing mat, or enjoying life with my family.
Sioux Falls Lincoln, Washington Participating in Sanford Pentagon Classic
The Sanford Pentagon will play host to another high school basketball classic on Saturday, February 3rd with a great slate of games.
Super Bowl Ticket Prices Continue to Fall as Game Approaches
A lot of people have attending a Super Bowl as a bucket list item, and for those of us in the upper midwest the chance to attend is getting better by the day.
Five Places in South Dakota That Could Host an XFL Team
Vince McMahon is going to try to bring back the XFL in 2020 but hasn't selected cities yet. Here's five places in South Dakota that he could bring a team to.
South Dakota Class AA Boys Basketball Wide Open Midway Through Season
If you haven't been paying attention to Class AA boys basketball in South Dakota this season my advice to you is to start.
Minnesota Vikings End Incredible Season with a Terrible Loss
How much of a difference can seven days make? Last week all of us Vikings fans were on cloud nine, while this week we're all trying to figure out what team showed up on Sunday.
Washington High School Honoring 35 Athletes for National Girls and Women in Sports Day
Washington High School will honor 35 athletes as part of the annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day on January 26th.
Avery Thorson Named Gatorade South Dakota Volleyball Player of Year
Harrisburg's Avery Thorson has been named Gatorade South Dakota Volleyball Player of the Year after helping lead the Tigers to their second consecutive Class AA title.
Augustana University Athletic Director Slade Larscheid Steps Down
Augustana University will soon have a new person running their athletic department. Slade Larscheid is stepping down as Augustana's director of athletics.
South Dakota Prep Basketball Media Poll 1-15-18
Another week has past and we have two new number one ranked teams in Class AA boys and girls basketball.
Minneapolis Miracle Shifts Narrative to Hope Instead of Doom
My family started the trash talk early. My response to my mother was "Just stop. The narrative never changes." Two seconds later, I was on the floor screaming my head off.