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.
Riding as a passenger with two-time NASCAR winner Tyler Reddick, Leto says the experience of going over 170 miles per hour was truly intense.
Troy Aikman was the first NFL Draft pick for the Cowboys after Jerry Jones bought the team, and it made Dallas super once again.
The event is designed to help assist service members who are transitioning back to civilian life and find meaningful working opportunities.
When the Kansas Jayhawks step onto the court in San Antonio Saturday night against Villanova, they’ll do it with a freshman who was made for this moment.
The exhilaration of Opening Day is something everyone should experience at least once, says CBS11’s Keith Russell.
Keenan Evans, Trae Young and Mo Bamba all lead their teams to the NCAA Tournament.
On team photo day, Stars defenseman John Klingberg made one young man’s wildest dreams come true.
CBS11 Sports had a chance to catch up with Keenan Evans’ parents before they left for Boston where Texas Tech meets Purdue in the Sweet 16 Friday night.
CBS11 Sports reporter Keith Russell is in Detroit with the team and fans.
Head Coach Jamie Dixon is preaching one message to the team. “You are good enough to be here and beat anyone,” he said.
Senior forward Kenrich Williams is ready for the national stage with his highly criticized hairstyle known as the “Shag.”
TCU men’s basketball coach Jamie Dixon can think back to 1987 when he was a guard on the last Frogs team to win an NCAA tournament game. 31 years later, he’s poised to see this current TCU team end the drought.