He returns home to his native Texas after covering sports in Seattle and Charlotte for 12 years. He also worked for television stations in Bryan-College Station, Lubbock and Wichita, Kansas.
In a career that started in the early 90s, Greg has covered the Super Bowl, the Daytona 500, the Major League All Star game and the Final Four.
Greg started school in Houston at Spring Shadows Elementary before his family moved to Anchorage, Alaska. He attended high school in Arlington and graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor's degree in English.
He enjoys charity work and remains committed to the Hendrick Marrow Program, founded by NASCAR owner Rick Hendrick.
Greg's work in broadcasting has been recognized with Emmy, Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press and Kansas Association Of Broadcasters awards.
The first thing that stands out is how nice everyone was. From Jimmy Kimmel to JJ Watt and everyone in between. you could tell they all had a blast doing the skits and laughing together.
There's something brewing in The Woodlands. Fresh off Friday's 24-14 district win over a good team from Atascocita, Highlanders Head Coach Mark Schmid spent a few minutes talking about what makes his 5-1 team special.
Jadeveon Clowney tore his meniscus in Sunday's game against Washington and will be out four to six weeks
Houston took care of Washington, 17-6, at NRG Sunday, but the victory came at a cost as Jadeveon Clowney left the game with a knee injury
Incredible to see the "Texans for DQ" shirts all over the practice field and in the stands. Atlanta's offensive linemen got in on the act, too. The official proclamation came from City Hall, backing the effort in support of Texans lineman David Quessenber