A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, he has spent his entire sportscasting career in the state of Texas, working in Lubbock, San Antonio, and Dallas-Fort Worth.
He spent eight years at KXAS-TV from 1990-97 before becoming the television play-by-play broadcaster for the Texas Rangers baseball club for five years.
Since then, Bill has worked for the Dallas Cowboys, as well as hosting a variety of weekly television programs including Cowboys Saturday on TXA 21 and nightly Ranch Reports on TXA 21.
Bill also has worked for Fox Sports Net and ESPN doing play-by-play of a wide variety of college sports including Big 12 football, basketball, baseball, swimming and diving, gymnastics, track and field and wrestling.
He has a great interest in high school sports as well, calling play-by-play on high school football games on TXA 21.
Bill and his wife, Stacy, live in Southlake and have three daughters, Jennifer, Jessica and Jordan. And, as of Christmas 2007 are the proud owners of two beagle puppies, Beau and Romo.
In 5 minutes time this morning, I realigned the DFW Class 6A districts in such a way that balances the schools geographically and competitively.
Members of the 2013 Taco Bell All North Texas High School Football Team appeared live in studio on TXA 21’s Fan Sports Show on Monday night.
It’s been the bane of radio sports talk show hosts going on two decades now. And through the years, I’ve fallen right in line with “real sports” talk show hosts. Nobody wants to hear about your fantasy football teams! But I’m going to tell you about mine for the first time.
The Wild could be playing for a chance to host the WTT Western Conference championship match when they wrap up the regular season at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday against the Sacramento Capitals, a match to be televised live on TXA 21.
There’s a new game in town. It’s called team tennis. There’s a new team in town. It’s called the Texas Wild.
There’s an old saying in baseball that you can’t win a division in April, but you sure can lose one. However, in the Rangers case, there’s a history here that says the month of June can become this team’s albatross.
With the 2013 draft in the books, we now know that the Cowboys didn’t feel like they needed a defensive tackle, but wanted a tight end and wide receiver. So, here’s what might have been.
Defensive line is a huge need for the Cowboys in this draft, so let’s dive into my big red spiral scouting notebook and see if we can find the right kind of guys to play in Monte Kiffin and Rod Marinelli’s 4-3 defense.
The Cowboys must pick a running back in this draft. My big red scouting spiral notebook is filled with prospects, but only a select few are the right kind of guys. In fact, the number one selection may lead you to believe I am using a Big Red spiral notebook.
After filling up my big red spiral notebook with three months of draft research, here they are – “the right kind of guys” for the Cowboys to draft this year.
There’s an old saying in the National Football League that the NFL stands for not for long. Here’s more evidence that’s true.