Having grown up in Irving, Bill has deep roots in the DFW area.
A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, he has spent his entire sportscasting career in the state of Texas, working in Lubbock, San Antonio, and Dallas-Fort Worth.
He spent eight years at KXAS-TV from 1990-97 before becoming the television play-by-play broadcaster for the Texas Rangers baseball club for five years.
Since then, Bill has worked for the Dallas Cowboys, doing pre-season television play-by-play on CBS 11 as well as hosting a variety of weekly television programs including Cowboys Huddle on CBS 11.
Bill also has worked for Fox Sports Net and ESPN doing play-by-play of a wide variety of college sports including Big 12 football, basketball, baseball, swimming and diving, gymnastics, track and field and wrestling.
Bill and his wife, Stacy, live in Southlake and have three daughters, Jennifer, Jessica and Jordan.
The high temperature at the Cowboys Training Camp home will be 80 degrees for the first day of practice.
The six members of Flower Mound’s Coram Deo Academy state champion boy’s track team know how to overcome obstacles, not the least of which, they don’t have a track.
“That’s just a dream come true for me.” Goodwin said. “Every kid dreams of playing in the U.S. Open.”
There’s a reason Bo Brewer looks so comfortable playing quarterback for the Richardson Pearce Mustangs: he’s been around quarterbacks his entire life.
New head coach Riley Dodge is working up a sweat at the Dragons Spring Football practices. It’s a familiar setting for Riley, who won a state championship as the Dragons starting quarterback in 2006.
Perhaps the best Cowboys draft moment ever came in 1964, when the team selected Mel Renfro, Bob Hayes and Roger Staubach. All three players are now in the Hall of Fame.
Cowboys first-round pick Ezekiel Elliott turned heads on the red carpet of the 2016 NFL Draft by wearing a crop top button-down shirt. It certainly made a statement.
“It’s a job interview, and it’s a day by day process.” Williams told CBS 11 Sports. “It’s traveling. It’s working out. It’s doing everything you can just to get to the draft.”
It’s NFL Draft Week in North Texas, and time to reveal the contents of the 2018 Big Green NFL Draft Scouting Notebook.
Last year, the buzz after the NFL Draft was about how the Cowboys pick was announced. Cowboys legend Drew Pearson made the pick official in front of angry Eagles fans.
Roger Staubach was the Cowboys starting quarterback in 1974. But the team still drafted Danny White, who took over after Staubach and led the Cowboys to five playoff appearances.
Former Cowboys draft guru Gil Brandt was there for the team’s first NFL Draft in 1960, using cutting-edge computer technology to help Dallas make their picks.
The NFL Draft is an opportunity for football teams to improve by bringing in some new talent. But many times, the most impactful players actually go undrafted.
Most drafted football players make their first impressions on the field, but all eyes were on Emmitt Smith when he arrived wearing bright yellow polka dots.
The Cowboys introduced the war room camera in 1992, giving football fans a chance to see the NFL Draft from a new perspective.
The Cowboys traded up to the second spot in the 1977 NFL Draft in order to make a difference maker. And what a difference Tony Dorsett proved to be for the team.
BLOG: Legendary Cowboys Draft Guru Gil Brandt – ‘There’s A Huge Difference In The Quarterbacks This Year’
We had an opportunity to sit down with the legendary former Cowboys draft guru Gil Brandt, who took time out from his incredibly busy pre-draft schedule to visit.
In the 1964 NFL Draft, 128 players were selected before the Cowboys picked quarterback Roger Staubach. Even then, a five-year naval committment kept him from joining the team until 1969.
Jason Garrett took over as the Cowboys head coach and started working on improving the offensive line. The team started by drafting Tyron Smith with the ninth overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Tony Romo first went undrafted in 2003. While the Broncos offered him more money to sign as a free agent, Romo opted to join the Cowboys.
Alabama linebacker Lee Roy Jordan was the second first-round NFL Draft pick in Dallas Cowboys history. He had the choice of going to Dallas or Boston. It was a no-brainer, he said.
Walt Garrison was born to be a Cowboys player, because he was an actual cowboy. “I would have rodeoed if I hadn’t played football,” he said.
Bob Lilly was the pick that started it all in Dallas. In 1961, the defensive tackle out of TCU became the first NFL Draft pick in team history.
Riley Dodge, the “favorite son” among many Dragon faithful, is ready to lead the Dragon football program.
Muenster High School set a state record by winning state championships in basketball, baseball, and football. They won so many trophies, they had to build a new display case.
If you thought Bill Bellichick’s Patriot way of doing things is tough, the Wises made sure their son knew playing football was an earned privilege.
Soccer practice at MacArthur High School in Irving was interrupted to surprise Delanie Castor with this month’s scholar athlete honor for her achievements in the classroom and on the field.
Avery Bullock from Weatherford High School was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for her accomplishments on the dance team and in the classroom.
Blake Motl from Lovejoy High School was named as the McDonald’s High School Scholar Athlete of the Month and given a $1,000 scholarship for this achievements both on and off of the football field.
The students at ATA Martial Arts School in Roanoke do not take a summer break. They don’t have time.
Before football players can make it to the NFL, they must first be successful at the college and high school levels. Ian McIver from Keller Central High School is well on his way down that path.
Bill Jones reveals his Dallas Cowboys mock draft.
Jake DuPre is not only the operator of Rangers.Nation on Instagram. He is also just 14 years old. More than 37,000 people are following an account that is run out of an eighth-grader’s bedroom.
Mean Green fans were dancing in the streets of Denton this past weekend when word came down that UNT was heading to the Heart of Dallas Bowl to play Army two days after Christmas.
Balancing school and sports is not easy, but North Texas student Makenna Blassingame from Brewer High School is doing it with ease, while still making a difference in her community.
Many people struggle to get through their to do lists. But a Van Alstyne teenager is finding time to excel in the classroom and on the golf course, along with serving as a leader in his school and his community.
Balancing sports and schoolwork is hard enough, but Michael Cendrick of The Oakridge School in Arlington also finds time to serve his community. And he was given a special award for his dedication.
Ssisly Garcia received a $1,000 scholarship from McDonald’s for her achievements in the classroom and on the volleyball court. But the prize may be even more meaningful to the Dallas teen’s parents.
Kaylie King from Argyle High School was handed a $1,000 scholarship last month for her achievements in the classroom, on the basketball court and in her community.
Victoria Baudendistel from Celina High School is both a cheerleader and a softball player, but it’s her charity work that really sets her apart from the crowd. That’s why she was given a special honor.