Roy is a graduate of the University of North Texas, having lived in Texas since 1999. Before coming to the Fan in the fall of 2011, he spent 3 years as a board op/producer/ticker guy for various weekend shows at The Ticket in Dallas.
Roy’s favorite sports are (professional) football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, in that order. He also considers television watching a sport, because nowadays you have to grind hard to watch all the shows you want or need to.
Three things Roy would take with him if he was stranded on an island : a bicycle (for traveling), a bow staff (feel safer with a bigger weapon), and David Eddings’ Belgariad and Mallorean book series (terrific fantasy novels).
If Roy were an animal, he would be a hippo, because they get to relax in the cool water everyday and are also super dangerous.
He considers himself a veteran gamer and an expert fantasy sport player.
Go ahead. Tell your friends how this version of the Cowboys reminds you of the 90’s Super Bowl teams. You won’t be off your rocker.
Roy lost a ratings prediction battle with Shan, which meant he had to pay the price.
Roy White and Brendan Smith attempted to roll with the ladies in Roller Derby this weekend. Things didn’t go well…
Roy loves kids. So what happens when he goes inside the McDonalds PlayPlace and interviews children? Things get weird…
After doing GREAT work in Oxnard, Roy White was a complete MESS Friday morning. After his 3rd mistake, he had to pay the price!!!
After a day of watching the Cowboys practice in full pads, Roy White is amped up — and a bit emotional.
Roy stepped outside the Bud Light Beach House to give us his daily confessional.
You knew it would only be a matter of time before egos and personalities started to clash – and it’s not even been 24 hours!
Over the weekend, Roy married his beautiful Vietnamese bride, Michelle. At the reception, Roy surprised Michelle, her family and everyone in attendance with a speech … in Vietnamese!!!
With Sean Lee out for the season, there was a somber mood over Valley Ranch on Wednesday. So Roy White approached the players with some serious, hard-hitting questions, right? Nope.
Sean Lee’s injury was devastating, but believe it or not, there are plenty of reasons to believe that the Cowboys defense could be BETTER in 2014.
The 2014 MLB season is underway. Here’s a list of 32 guys (one from every team) that you should keep an eye on this season.