Ben Rogers is the co-host of 105.3 The Fan’s afternoon drive show ‘The Ben and Skin Show’.
He’s been great friends with his co-host Jeff “Skin” Wade for 30+ years and the chemistry they’ve developed over the course of that long relationship is a huge part of the show’s appeal. Ben and Skin came up through the DFW media ranks due in large part to their Mavericks Postgame duties for KTCK, starting back in the 2002-03 season. As they gained more attention and opportunities , they eventually caught the ear of Program Director Gavin Spittle who hired them to host middays on Live 105.3 back in August of 2009. After a three year stint working mid-days on ESPNDallas they returned to the station that gave them their first full-time radio show in May of 2013.
Rogers is a knee-jerking, athlete-whispering, coach-killing nuclear overreactor who lives and dies with the teams he has grown up rooting for. Drawn offsides into a full sportspanic by the smallest of setbacks, and guilty of over-falling in love with prospects he’s only read one paragraph about, he seems to almost simultaneously represent all of the emotions that cause passionate fans to gravitate towards the world of sports.
Born and raised in Richardson, TX, Rogers has a diverse background that includes everything from fronting a hip hop group that went absolutely nowhere (The Coffee Nods) to logging nearly a decade in the television ad sales industry (in which he won the most prestigious individual award – the AWRT Award of Excellence for Best Account Executive).
A graduate of the University of North Texas with a BBA in Marketing, Rogers lives in North Dallas with his beautiful wife Kat and three sweet kiddos: Max, Miles and Grace. A homebody, he enjoys doing anything that involves his kids, including coaching their youth sports teams. He’s regarded in some circles as both the greatest fantasy football GM and wiffle ball power hitter of all time, although no one can seem to find those circles.
He plays a ridiculous amount of pick up basketball and thoroughly enjoys expensive cigars — a combination that will most certainly lead to a fun ambulance ride.
“In the face of adversity, JD forges forward, emboldened by the unflagging belief that the Rangers will achieve greatness.” – Rangers Assistant GM Thad Levine
Lost in the aftermath of Dez’s entertaining sideline brawl on Monday was the fact that Charles Haley was sparking a little practice excitement too.
Ben and a stiff looking Joe Montana recap the Ben & Skin show’s fourth day on Super Bowl Radio Row.
Follow The Fan: Facebook | Twitter Dear Super Bowl Diary Poembook, Today is Hump Day and the Hump is real. The vibe of the show has a real good feel. Yesterday, Blandino. Today James Lofton. And KT […]
Dean Blandino, the VP of Officiating for the NFL sat down and explained the rule, his final decision and more with Ben & Skin live from Super Bowl 49 radio row in Phoenix.
In arguably the biggest game of his professional career, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant put his team on his back, catching three touchdowns and swinging momentum.
Despite the fact that their 9th and most glorious win means that the Cowboys are officially off the 8-8 hamster wheel, their path to the playoffs remains murky at best.
Thanksgiving disappointment overflowed for the Cowboys Thursday at Jerryworld as the Eagles left little doubt about who is in charge of the NFC East.
Ben, Bacsik, KT, and Brendan each have a different opinion on who the Cowboys’ MVP has been so far this season and they each presented a 30 second Friday Night Lights inspired speech to help drive home their opinion.
As he does every Monday afternoon, Cowboys legend Daryl “Moose” Johnston jumps on the Ben and Skin show for his weekly interview to discuss the Cowboys victory over the Giants and the upcoming Thanksgiving Day game against the Eagles.
105.3 The FAN is the flagship station for the Dallas Cowboys, and the Cowboys radio play by play announcer, Brad Sham, is the best in the business. Ben, Bacsik, KT, and Brendan revisit some of his best calls from Sunday night’s game against the Giants to go over highlights from the Cowboys victory in this week’s edition of Sham Goes Ham.
Trailing 28-24 with 3 minutes to go in the game, Tony Romo was 80 yards away from a win in exceedingly hostile territory. And once again, the Romo haters were silenced.