Babe Laufenberg is the sports anchor for CBS 11 News at 6 and CBS 11 News at 10. He also hosts “The Score With Babe Laufenberg,” Sunday nights at 10:30 p.m. on CBS 11. In addition, Babe is the analyst for the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network (the largest in the NFL). He has twice been selected as the “Sportscaster of the Year” for the state of Texas by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Babe still holds numerous season and career passing records at his alma mater, Indiana University, and he was drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1983. He played eight years as quarterback in the NFL and has played for Hall of Fame coaches Bill Walsh and Joe Gibbs. He also played two years for Jimmy Johnson with the Dallas Cowboys.
How can the Dallas Cowboys beat the Denver Broncos on Sunday? They can’t. See what else is on the mind of Babe Laufenberg.
FORT WORTH STUDIO (CBS 11) – Our own sports anchor Babe Laufenberg sat down with play-by-play announcer for Dallas Mavericks television broadcasts, Mark Followill to talk about “Spinal Tap,” why Tony Romo needs a hug, [...]
While the New Orleans Saints were handing out money for “cart offs and knockouts,” it was the commissioner who threw the ultimate haymaker.
We will soon have a new clubhouse leader for the most severe penalties ever handed out by the NFL and it will be Gregg Williams –– now the defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams –– and the New Orleans Saints.
Robert Griffin III was in town Monday picking up the Davey O’Brien Award. While that’s quite an honor, you should still bet on Luck — Andrew Luck.
There is talk that Hines Ward will no longer be a Steeler. He is due a roster bonus on March 1, so he will know then if he is a free agent. If that is [...]
CBS 11 Sports anchor Babe Laufenberg pens an editorial from his home in defense of Tony Romo and offers up some quick thoughts on Al Davis, the Denver Broncos and Brett Favre.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he has received “great feedback” from conference commissioners and athletic directors about his plan for a college football playoff system that the NCAA will vote on in January.
This Mother’s Day, we asked some members of the CBS DFW family to reflect on what the day means to them.