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 little toddler in our other son Mauer, plus our latest edition Griffey who is just a stud. We even have a petting zoo at our house in Hartford with 2 dogs and a cat. Email: Jt@espn991.com Twitter: @jtespn991
Supreme Court with 6-3 Landmark Decision on LGBTQ Rights
On Monday morning, they ruled that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it illegal to fire an employee for being transgender or gay.
Sioux Falls Canaries Season Gets OK to Start with Fans in July
The Sioux Falls Canaries will be playing baseball this summer and fans will be allowed to attend.
GoFundMe Page Raises Over $5000 So Far For 3 Arrested After Protests Last Week in Sioux Fa…
GoFundMe Page Raises Over $5000 So Far For 3 Arrested After Protests Last Week in Sioux Falls
Sanford HyVee Legends Camps Cancelled, Keep Auction Virtual in August
The Sanford Hy-Vee Legends announced on Thursday that they were cancelling this years camps and going virtual for the banquet/auctions.
PBR CEO Discusses Coming to Sioux Falls and Having Fans in the Stands
Last week on my show Overtime, I had a chance to talk with PBR CEO Sean Gleason to talk about the event and how they plan to accommodate fans in the stands.
All Passengers Including Kobe Bryant Died Instantly According to Autopsy
We are now learning more about what happened that Sunday morning when Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and a total of 9 people died during that horrific crash.
A Baseball Card Just Sold for $492,000 During a Pandemic
That was clearly evident as a collector dropped $492,000 on a classic baseball card this week.
Listen to Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken Answer Questions About the State of Sioux Falls
Listen to Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken answer questions about the state of Sioux Falls.
Polar Plunge Postponed Due to COVID-19
The 2020 Polar Plunge to benefit the South Dakota Special Olympics has been moved to October 3.
South Dakota Receives $15 Million for Conservation
Funds generated by sportsmen and women have resulted in nearly $15 million for conservation in South Dakota.