Cory joined 105.3 The Fan in 2011 as co-host of The K&C Masterpiece, a show he and Kevin Hageland created while covering the sports beat at Star Local News in Plano.
He received his degree at The University of North Texas where he majored in broadcast journalism, and began working as a Sports Producer for KDAF-TV while working on weekends at The Fan. He loves football and worked as a staff writer for DallasCowboys.com during college. Cory also grew up on the blistering bleachers of Arlington Stadium as it transitioned to The Ballpark in Arlington, and Reunion Arena before it ushered in the American Airlines Center. Cory also worked as sports anchor for The Fan and KRLD.
He is born and bred a Dallas Texan, going to Bryan Adams High School where he and his wife met. They both live in Plano with their two sons and daughter
Now some people might call me a homer, but how many times are you a homer before you are just right all the time?
The Cowboys have three games left on the road. If the Cowboys hope to make the playoffs, they’ll rely heavily on the legs of the league’s leading rusher.
I just want to explain again that #Pieceathon came together in one week. SERIOUSLY!
You never know what’s going to happen with the Cowboys and Giants, but when the boys got the ball after Eli and Co. marched 93 yards in 6 minutes to go up 28-24, I felt confident that Tony Romo wouldn’t let us down.
There is a lot of interest in when the Cowboys might return Josh Brent to the field, and it looks like we could be in for a bit of a wait.
The Cowboys have a large contingent of free agents this offseason, prompting big time decisions to be made. Keeping Dez — that’s a no-brainer, and here’s how you can afford to do it.
It was a game we expected to win right? Cory Mageors breaks down a 31-17 Cowboys win and takes you around the NFL.
The Cowboys went up against a superior opponent without Tony Romo and one of their lead dogs on defense in Justin Durant, and it didn’t look good at all.
You’re mad. You’re upset. You’re now indifferent. Either way you feel something about the Cowboys 20-17 OT loss to the Redskins.
The Cowboys gave us plenty of scares against the Giants on Sunday, but I never felt like they didn’t have the game in control. 6-1 is cool, but 7-1 is where we want to be next week.
The Cowboys spread the ball all over the field on Sunday against the Seattle defense. Here’s the scary part: what if Scott Linehan can do that every week?
Now, attention turns to a game that could actually validate the Cowboys as a true contender, and that’s the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks.