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Jorge Andres is currently a host and anchor at CBS Sports.

At CBS, Jorge anchors Fantasy Football Today, College Football Rundown, Pro Football Rundown, and more.

Before joining CBS Sports, Jorge served as the lead anchor at American Sports Network (2014-2016) and prior to that, he was a host and SportsCenter anchor at ESPN from 2011-2014.  At ESPN, his primary responsibilities included hosting SportsCenter and also contributing to ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Radio, Baseball Tonight, and NBA Tonight.

Prior to joining ESPN, Jorge was lead sports anchor, reporter and producer for WZDC Telemundo Sports in Washington DC. He was also a regular contributor to ESPN Deportes Radio and WILC 900AM, and a frequent in-studio guest and analyst for (Washington) Redskins Nation on Comcast SportsNet, ESPN 980, WTOP Radio, and NBC 4.

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Joe Benigno is the WFAN Radio midday host and a contributor to SNY’s Daily News Live show.

He began his radio career in 1994, winning a listener call-in contest to host a show. Bengino is the author of the upcoming book,  “Rules For New York Sports Fans."

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Melanie Collins is currently the co-host of Big Break and host of Driver vs. Driver on The Golf Channel. She is also a college football sideline reporter for CBS Sports.  She is also a fill-in host for SportsNation on ESPN.

Melanie served as the face of Yahoo! Sports, where her duties included reporting from all major sporting events across the globe, such as the Olympics, World Cup, Super Bowl, NCAA Football National Championship, NCAA Final Four, NFL Draft, NBA Finals, and the World Series. 

Prior to joining Yahoo!, she covered the NBA for NBA-TV and Turner Sports, college football and basketball for the Big Ten Network and Total College Sports, as well as Major League Baseball for She's also contributed to and hosted segments on Good Morning America, CSN California, NBC Sports Network,, and

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Mike Couzens is a play-by-play announcer for college basketball and football on ESPN.

He previously served as the Broadcasting and Media Relations Manager for the Fort Wayne TinCaps, the Class-A minor league baseball affiliate of the San Diego Padres, where he called games on both radio and TV. Mike has also done play-by-play work for the Big Ten Network.

Additionally, Mike has called college basketball, college football, volleyball and ultimate frisbee for ESPNU, The Big Ten Network, ESPN3, and Comcast SportsNet Chicago.

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Alexa Datt is currently a host for MLB Network.  Previously, she served as a co-host on 120 Sports’ daily morning show, #MorningRun, and the host of’s daily baseball show, 12:25 Live with Alexa.

Prior to joining 120 Sports, Alexa was a host at SNY, where she hosted the network’s monthly magazine show for the New York Mets, Mets Insider, and reported from the sidelines for men's college basketball match-ups on the network.  Additionally, she served as the social media host on the former weekly sports/pop-culture crossover show, Covino & Rich.


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Ted Emrich currently serves as a play-by-play announcer for ESPN. Additionally, he calls college basketball and college football for Westwood One.  He has also called play-by-play for the Olympic Games and The Masters for the radio network.

Prior to joining ESPN and Westwood One, Ted served as a host, anchor, and reporter for ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM and spent eight seasons (2008-2016) as the studio anchor for University of Texas football and men’s basketball on the Longhorn IMG Radio Network.

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Mike is currently the NFL National Lead Writer for Bleacher Report.

Previously, he was an NFL columnist for and a sportswriter for the New York Times, Boston Globe and Washington Post, among other papers.

His books include "ESPN: The Uncensored History" (2001) and last year's "Undefeated: Inside the Miami Dolphins' Perfect Season."

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Adam “The Bull” Gerstenhaber is currently a co-host on The Bull and Fox Show on 92.3 The FAN in Cleveland, OH, airing weekdays from 2:00pm-7:00pm.  On the weekend, he hosts on CBS Sports Radio Network on Saturdays during the 10:00am-2:00pm timeslot.  Gerstenhaber also serves as the fill-in play-by-play announcer for the Arena Football League’s Cleveland Gladiators.

Prior to moving to afternoon drive in Cleveland, Adam was a regular fill-in host at CBS Radio’s flagship sports radio station, WFAN, in his hometown of New York City.  

Adam has worked in sports radio since the late 1990s and has also done play-by-play for minor league baseball and Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame Games.


Gregg Giannotti is currently the host of CBS Sports Radio's Morning Drive show, Gio & Jones.

Prior to joining The Fan in Pittsburgh, Gregg spent four plus years at WFAN 660 in New York serving in every role possible including producing for Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts and Steve Somers as well as hosting talk shows part time. During his time in New York, Gregg was also the host of the New Yorker's Sports Rant which took place in Metropolitan New York Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants.

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Vincent Goodwill is currently the Bulls "Insider" for NBC Sports Chicago (formerly Comcast SportsNet Chicago).  In this position, Goodwill leads NBC Sports' coverage of the Bulls across the network’s growing list of multiplatforms, highlighted by’s ‘BullsTalk’ franchise, and also serves as an on-air Bulls contributor on Bulls Pregame LiveSportsNet Central and SportsTalk Live.  

Goodwill, a native of Detroit, MI, came to Comcast SportsNet after spending four-plus seasons as the Detroit Pistons beat reporter for The Detroit News (2010-15).  Prior to earning the primary Pistons beat reporter role for the publication, Goodwill handled a variety of back-up beat reporting responsibilities for The Detroit News, which included providing coverage of every Detroit pro team franchise and area colleges. 

Goodwill began his journalism career as a contributing NBA writer for SLAM Magazine. 

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Chris B. Haynes currently serves as an NBA reporter for ESPN.  He writes articles for and appears on numerous ESPN TV programs including The Jump and SportsCenter.

Prior to joining ESPN, Chris was the Cleveland Cavaliers' beat writer for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where he was responsible for coverage of the team, the games and the players. Chris came to Cleveland from Portland, where he was the Portland Trail Blazers' beat reporter for Comcast SportsNet Northwest.

Previously he covered the NBA for SLAM Magazine. Chris has built a reputation as the go-to NBA writer, the one who breaks the big stories. 

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Meghan McKeown is currently a sports reporter at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, where she covers the Colts, Pacers, Big Ten football and basketball, Indycar, and NASCAR racing.

Prior to joining WISH-TV, Meghan worked at the weekend sports anchor at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana.

McKeown is based out of Indianapolis and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, where she also played collegiate basketball.

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Myron Medcalf is currently a college basketball reporter for  He also co-hosts Rothenberg and Medcalf on ESPN Radio.

Prior to joining in 2011, Medcalf wrote for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, covering University of Minnesota men's basketball for the state's largest newspaper.

In 2013, Medcalf was named the winner of the Rising Star Award by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA).


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Conor Orr is currently a Staff Writer for Sports Illustrated and The MMQB.

Prior to joining SI (in October 2017), Orr served as a national writer and reporter for and the NFL Network from 2014-2017.

He was previously the lead NFL writer for The Star-Ledger in New Jersey, from 2010-2014, where he covered the Jets and Giants.

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Ro Parrish is an on-air television personality, sports host and reporter, and emcee.  He is currently a host at Turner Sports/NBATV.

Previously, he appeared as a host on the ESPN family of networks, as a DJ on NFL Network’s GameDay Prime with Deion Sanders, and served as a host and reporter for 120 Sports.  At 120 Sports, Ro was one of the original personalities on the platform, where he hosted and produced sports, pop-culture, music and entertainment content at the first all-digital sports network.

Previously, Ro was the Emmy Award winning host of the Mavs Insider program on FOX Sports Southwest and has hosted engagements with BET and the Dallas Cowboys. 

Ro is an NBA Entertainment personality as well, hosting numerous events during NBA All-Star Weekend such as the Jam Session (2010-2014) and five-time Voice of the NBA Celebrity Game. He is also a resident DJ for NBA All-Star Weekend and the NBA Nation Tour. He enjoyed six seasons with the Dallas Mavericks as the Official Team DJ, and is one of only three NBA DJ’s who’ve been part of an NBA Championship Team.

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Carron J. Phillips is the Sports, Race & Social Issues columnist for the New York Daily News, and has been featured on HLN and MSNBC.

He hails from Saginaw, Michigan, and is the first African-American to be a member of both the Sports Journalism Institute (2011) and the Associated Press Sports Editors Diversity Fellowship Program (2014-2015). In 2016, he was named Journalist of the Year by the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalist. 

Carron graduated with honors from Morehouse College in 2006 with an African-American Studies degree and received his Masters in 2011 from the Magazines, Newspapers & Online Journalism program at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. 

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Steffi is currently a college basketball analyst and sideline reporter for ESPN's SEC Network.

She previously served as a college football sideline reporter for FOX Sports.  Prior to television broadcasting, Steffi played professional basketball. After being voted Miss Florida Basketball in 2006, Sorensen continued her career at the University of Florida and was the team's captain and Most Valuable Player during her senior season.

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Dick Stockton is currently a play-by-play announcer for FOX Sports and Turner Sports, covering football, baseball, and basketball.

Stockton has more than 40 years of experience as a professional broadcaster.  He has spent 14 years as a NFL play-by-play announcer for FOX and has worked for Turner Sports as a NBA announcer since the 1995-1996 season.  Additionally, Stockton has called MLB games on TBS since 2007.

Prior to joining FOX and Turner, Stockton spent time (1978-1994) at CBS Sports covering a variety of sports for the network, including the NFL, the NBA, Major League Baseball, and college basketball.

In 2001, Stockton received the Curt Gowdy Electronic Media Award from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and received a CableAce nomination in 1997 for his play-by-play work on TNT’s NBA coverage.  In 2009, the American Sportscasters Association named Stockton one of the top 50 network sportscasters of all time.

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Brandon Tierney is currently a co-host of the national CBS Sports Radio midday show, "Tiki & Tierney." Tierney is also co-host of CBS Sports Network's Sunday football weekly studio show, That Other Pregame Show.

Prior to joining CBS, Brandon was the co-host of The Drive with Tierney and Bucher, broadcast weekdays in San Francisco on 95.7 The Game. Prior to moving west, Tierney was a popular staple at 1050 ESPN Radio in New York City for nearly nine years.

Tierney is a New York Emmy award-winner and was named to the first annual Heavy Hundred of Sports Talk by the editors of Talkers Magazine.

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Jon “Stugotz” Weiner is currently the co-host of Afternoon Drive on ESPN Radio/790 The Ticket with Dan Lebatard, which he has been doing for 9 years.  Additionally, he serves as a co-host on the weekly ESPN Radio show, Weekend Observations.

Jon has been involved in the sports broadcasting for over 15 years now. He was part of the group that started 790 The Ticket 8 years ago and was the VP/GM of the station for 3 years.

Previously, Jon was a member of the Miccosukee Sports Wrap that aired on FSN and Sun Sports.

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