Kevin joined 105.3 The Fan in 2011 as co-host of The K&C Masterpiece, a show he and Cory Mageors developed as a series of web shorts while at Star Local Media. Kevin is the executive sports editor at the Plano-based company, which puts out papers in 15 cities with a combined weekly circulation of 390,000 copies.
He attended Texas A&M University and completed his degree in political science (with a minor in journalism) at the University of Texas-Dallas, where he was the sports editor of the school newspaper (The UTD Mercury) and also hosted the only talk show on the student radio station. A life-long Metroplex resident, Kevin is desperately hoping to one day see a Texas Rangers’ World Series Title, but has enough fandom for all the local professional teams while also being an avid college basketball and college football fan … gig ‘em!
Kevin lives in Garland with his son.
Whether it’s because he was alleged to have been involved in a BB gun battle, might have stolen soda from Burger King or was questioned regarding a sexual assault, plenty of people have questioned the Florida State quarterback’s judgment.
Sometimes the Wheel of Misfortune can be a harsh mistress. Kevin from the K&C Masterpiece paid the price on Friday…
When you consider the epic disaster the 2014 season has been, the Rangers need to start planning for the future. And there’s no more critical building block for the future of this franchise than Yu Darvish.
The question was tough and I really needed to figure this out – who is the best small forward of all time?
The last time I threw a number out, my co-host, Cory, challenged that number and asked if the Cowboys were winning because Murray got more carries or did Murray simply get more carries to salt away a game they were already dominating.
Now, as an A&M guy I thought this was a terrible suggestion straight away – but I wanted to check in with my fellow Aggies to see if they agreed.
The past doesn’t always predict the future. But Saturday night at AT&T Stadium, it did.
Usually the idea of alcohol and attending a sporting event go hand in hand.
Usually the best spot to find fun food and folks is outside. But with rain, wind (and later hail) dominating the area around AT&T Stadium, people moved inside quickly.
Thursday before the show, Colby offered Kevin $2 to eat a Thai Chili pepper. Kevin doesn’t eat hot peppers, ever.
Seattle and Dallas went 13-3 in the regular season, won their divisions, earned first-round playoff byes and then won three straight games to capture the Super Bowl and finish at 16-3.
The discussion started Thursday afternoon as we attempted to figure out where Peyton Manning would fit in the pantheon of starting quarterbacks that have won multiple Super Bowls should the Broncos triumph over the Seahawks next Sunday.