Brad Miller
Brad is a reporter for ESPN radio, covering major sports events in the Twin Cities. During his fifteen years in the field of sports journalism, Brad worked for television and radio stations in Iowa, North Dakota, and Minnesota. He has covered Big Ten and Big 12 athletics, the NCAA Basketball Tournament and professional boxing. He's freelanced for ESPN television and has also covered the Vikings, Timberwolves, and Twins. Brad is a graduate of the University of Iowa.
Dave Washburn
Dave's career spans from his early days working for the Quad Cities Angels (now the River Bandits) minor league baseball team to doing play-by-play for the Minnesota Thunder pro soccer team. Dave has covered high school sports for WCMP radio in Pine City and has done Twin Cities radio play-by-play for the Boys State Basketball tournament and Prep Bowl. Dave also covers high school sports for North Metro Channel 15 in Blaine where he produces and hosts "Locker Room Live", a weekly high school sports show.
Eric Nelson
Eric has been covering sports in the Twin Cities area for the past ten years including a five year stint as a sports reporter and anchor at WCCO-TV. Eric also was a sports talk show host at KFAN for two years and co-hosted "Fastbreak Sports", a drive-time sports talk show heard on WMIN AM 740 in the Twin Cities. Eric has also written sports columns for Skyway News and Channel 4000, WCCO's on-line sports Web site. Eric also hosts a weekly sports talk radio show with Vikings running back Moe Williams on "Minnesota Score Radio" airing on AM 660, WBHR.
Dawn Langfellow
Dawn most recently worked as an editor for Minnesota Monthly Publications in the Custom Publishing division. Prior to that she was an editor for Minnesota Meetings & Events magazine for eight years. In that time she worked with many freelance writers and gained valuable insight into the publishing industry. Dawn and Wally have been married for 20 years, and in that time Dawn has learned more than she may ever care to know about sports from Wally. They have two sons, Paul and Tony, who are curently involved in football, soccer, basketball, Little League and riding their bikes roughshod over the neighborhood. They also have a cat , Coach, who is not at all athletic and quite stupid. When Dawn is not reading about Minnesota sports, talking sports with Wally, watching sports on TV, editing and developing sports stories, or watching Paul and Tony play sports, you can find her weeding and pruning her garden.
Wally Langfellow
Wally has been covering sports in the Twin Cities since 1982 including 12 years as a sports anchor and reporter at KSTP-TV's All News Channel. While at All News Channel he covered several World Series, MLB and NBA All-Star games, the Final Four and the Super Bowl. Wally has served as the radio play by play voice of the Minnesota State Hockey and Basketball tournaments since 1994 and was the TV pre-game and between periods host for Minnesota North Stars hockey in the late 80's.
Jim Burke
Jim began his career producing sports radio in Washington D.C. Upon returning to Minnesota he began work as a writer/producer for WFTC FOX 29, covering everything from the high schools to the pros. He also has helped produce FOX 29's Vikings post game show for several seasons. For the past five years Jim has also been producing national sports feeds for Conus Communications.
Eric Webster
Eric has been working in TV and radio in the Twin Cities for 15 years. In that time he worked in sports talk radio at KFAN for 3 years as a show host and a producer for Jesse Ventura among others. From there he moved on to KLBB radio then KSTP AM . Eric is currently hosting a show on KQRS,V105, and 93X called "The Soapbox" that airs Sunday mornings and writes a column as the ski analyst for KFAN.Com. He also served as the Media Relations Director for the St. Paul Saints and has been the P.A. announcer at the games for the last 5 seasons.  For the past 5 years he has been the Minneapolis correspondent for WFAN Sports Radio in New York. He is also currently writing a script for John Cleese for a show on ABC television. Eric has won a Telly Award for his television work and has been nominated for a New York Festivals Award, and an Emmy for the "Big Bad Movie" seen on Channel 45. Eric also was awarded an Associated Press Award for radio sports reporting.
Bill Hubbell
Bill has covered sports at the national level as a producer for Conus Communications for the past ten years. He has covered several major events including the World Series and several MLB All-Star games. Bill is a lifelong resident of Minneapolis and works as a freelance producer for ESPN.
Bruce Leonard
Bruce is a former TV sports anchor working at KSTP-TV's All News Channel for 10 years covering national sports. Prior to that Bruce worked in Denver at Prime Sports Network covering college and high school sports. Bruce also served as an anchor and reporter for the ESPN television show "Julius Erving's Sports Focus". Bruce is a native Minnesotan (Winthrop) and played college football at Golden Valley Lutheran College.
Doug Frattallone
Doug Frattallone grew up in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, where he now lives with his wife, Laurie, and two children, Elizabeth and Salvatore. In his professional career, Doug has worked as a TV reporter/anchor/producer for 18 years, including stops in Nebraska, Iowa and Duluth, Minnesota. Recently, he's branched out to writing for the Score and hosts various shifts for Newsradio 1330, WMNN. He's also a die-hard Twins fan, lucky enough to sit with his dad at both Game 7's in '87 and '91. A Minnesota kid couldn't ask for anything more.
Marilyn Indahl
Marilyn Indahl has been photographing sports for the last five years. A regular contributor to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Vikings Update and Sun Newspapers. Marilyn's work has also been published in ESPN the Magazine and the New York Post. Although she love all forms of photography, Marilyn says that shooting sports is her passion.
Bryan Singer
Bryan Singer has been a sports photographer in both video and still since 1982, working previously with KARE-TV and Fox Sports. He has also won numerous National Press awards including 2 Emmy's. In 2004 Bryan's post graduate schooling continued when he was excepted to the prestigious Rockport Institute of Maine, to finish his work on a Masters in Fine Arts.