When I was 3 years old I was sittn on my dads lap watchn the 1978 Gator bowl when my dad yelled out "Oh no Woody! Why?" I watched as they replayed him striking a player from Clemson. Dad, and I am sure everybody, knew that was the end of a career for an all time great. Thats when I think I knew, when I bled it, when it took me over, I was a die hard Buckeye and I was proud of it! Football became a part of my life from that moment on. From the Browns and the Kardiac Kids of 1980 to "The Fumble", "The Drive", and John Cooper.
As much as I loved football, baseball had my talent and my heart for purity and love. I played organized baseball for 14 years with my best friend, my dad, by my side. That love continues today with my passion for stats and my Tribe. I have 9 ball parks under my belt and I plan on 4 more next year.
In 2006 I called a local radio station and talked to a host of a afternoon talk show on a ESPN affiliate and asked him if he needed a co-host. He gave me an opportunity to try out and he loved it. Living in Washington State and loving college football like I do, that host called me East Coast Bias and it stuck. I worked with him for a year and then it became my show. For 2 years I was the guy, just an ordinary guy and it was a blast. I still do play by play for a local high school for football and basketball.
So needless to say my sports plate is constantly full and it is a huge portion of my life!