Born in Dallas, Bob graduated from Stephen F. Austin University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. From his days as a Little Leaguer thru his High School career Bob always had a strong passion for sports. He's carried that passion over to his sports broadcasting career.
Bob began his sportscasting career in Ada, Oklahoma at KTEN-TV. He's also worked in Beaumont at KFDM-TV, at KOTV-TV in Tulsa, and in Phoenix at KNXV-TV. He's been honored with Associated Press, Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Awards during his sports broadcasting career.
He and his wife Nancy live in Sugar Land with their daughters Shea and Sadie, and son Stone.
The Astros are ready to rumble with the Kansas City Royals in game three of the American League Division Series Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
The Houston Texans will go head to head against Carolina Panthers on Sunday at noon.
Texans make final cuts to get to down to the mandatory 53 man roster, the most surprising cut is cornerback Charles James.
Colby Rasmus is a huge reason the Astros have stayed in first place most of the season. But did you know that 16 years ago a bleach-blonde, 12-year-old Rasmus helped lead his Phenix City, Alabama team to the Little League World Series?
Over the past three seasons, no one has played more football than Katy. They've been in 48 games and had three straight state title game appearances, and the team hopes to keep adding to those statistics.