Keith Russell joined CBS 11 in March 2015 from WTXF in Philadelphia, where he hosted Eagles pre- and post-game shows for the 2014 season.
It was Russell’s second stint in Philadelphia, as he was the primary sports anchor at WPVI for 7 years, from 2005-2012.
There, he hosted a top-rated live weekly high school football show and anchored wall-to-wall coverage of live events such as the Philadelphia Phillies’ World Series Championship in 2008.
Prior to his time at WPVI, Russell spent more than five years as an anchor at ESPN. He also had stops as a sportscaster at CNN/HLN and a news anchor in Washington, D.C.
When he’s not covering sports, Keith is an avid movie-watcher and bowler. You may run into him at the nearest discount store, adding to his reputation of being the biggest bargain shopper.
Keller will play Deer Park in the Class 6A semi-final game on Friday afternoon.
With this being the last week the AT&T Byron Nelson Classic will be held at the Four Seasons Resort in Irving, club pro Paul Earnest is filled with emotion.
Last month, on his 73rd birthday, Robert “Stonewall” Jackson, took first place in two different divisions at a body building competition in Fort Worth.
The TCU men’s tennis team enters the NCAA Tournament next week ranked #4 in the country.
High school football player Jamal Adams is currently projected as a top 5 pick in round one of the NFL Draft taking place Thursday Night.
The UTA Movin’ Mavs wheelchair basketball team recently claimed their eighth national title and they continue to prove that anything is possible, no matter what obstacles are in front of you.
CBS11 Sports was granted exclusive access to the Richmond Spiders’ practice on the night of their game against TCU that will determine which school heads to the NIT Final Four in New York City.
As the SMU Mustangs take a school record 30 wins into the NCAA tournament, they take conference player of the year and scholar of the year Semi Ojeleye onto the court with them.
As SMU embarks on the madness of March, Semi Ojeleye continues to shine bright even when he’s not in uniform.
This marks the fourth consecutive year that the Argyle girls basketball team will play in the state tournament.
Last September, Ryan Palmer took the longest break of his 14-year PGA Tour career. He stepped away from the game to be by his wife’s side as she started chemotherapy.
The UT Arlington Mavericks men’s basketball team is used to being downplayed. However, this year people are having to stop and take notice.