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.
Kevin Hageland of the K&C Masterpiece tells you the do’s and don’ts of getting autographs.
During the Jason Garrett era there has been so much talk about, “The right kind of guy.”
Read Brian T. Smith’s Houston Chronicle column Tuesday with a great deal of interest as it dominated my Twitter timeline and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
We started the morning in Surprise for the Texas Rangers’ open clubhouse and then went to Glendale to catch the Dallas Stars’ morning skate (a first for me), then off to Mesa to do our show.
There were three playoff teams at Surprise Stadium on Wednesday. The Cubs (2015 NL Wild Card), the Rangers (2015 AL West Champions) and the Dallas Stars.
Here’s the lead … we took Adrian Beltre’s parking space!! Not on purpose, of course.
Monday was a fun one as we went to the Texas Rangers’ clubhouse in the morning and got an opportunity to watch the team’s free throw contest.
I know, I know, it’s actually been baseball season for a few weeks (since pitchers and catchers reported), but The K&C Masterpiece arrived to Spring Training on Saturday evening, so only now does it truly feel like baseball season.
Kevin loves to dance to the song “Goodbye Horses.” It’s the weirdest…
Instead of just standing on that generic opinion, I decided to do the research and see the players the Mavs could have taken had they been more active participants in the draft.
Kevin Hageland was selected to spin the Wheel of Misfortune this week.
Kevin ran into the New Kids on the Block! WOW! They even sang a song with him!