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I am a sports writer at FOX 4. Along with being an avid sports junkie, I also enjoy movies, rock shows, and sports related video games.

The Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, Kansas Jayhawks, and Sporting Kansas City are just a handful of teams I am most familiar with. I am also a casual NBA fan, with emphasis on the New York Knicks.

When the need to rock sports related video games arises, I prefer PS3 Madden, MLB the Show, and NCAA football. Video sports are best played while listening to sports talk or watching movies of course.

I graduated in 2009 from the University of Kansas. I host, produce, and edit a video sports blog called, “Sports Buddaye” on and

Recent Articles
  • Report: Former Mizzou QB Chase Daniel to join Chiefs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Missouri Tigers quarterback Chase Daniel is reportedly returning to Arrowhead Stadium. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Daniel has agreed to a three-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs. The deal is reportedly worth $9 million over three years. After entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2009, the 26-year-old Daniel spent the past three seasons as backup QB for the New Orleans Saints. Daniel is no stranger to Arrowhead, where he played several games in college, including a pair […]

  • Former Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez will return in 2013

    ATLANTA — Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez informed the team on Tuesday that he will return for the 2013 season. Gonzalez spent 12 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, before being traded to the Falcons for a second round draft pick in 2009. The future Hall of Fame TE will enter his fifth season in Atlanta. After the Falcons’ loss in the NFC title game this year, Gonzalez insisted he was “95 percent” sure the 2012 season would be […]

  • No winner in first vote to elect new pope

    ROME (CNN) — Black smoke billowed from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel Tuesday night, indicating that cardinals gathered at the Vatican to elect a new pope had not chosen one in the first ballot of their conclave. The start of the secret election got underway earlier in the day, as the heavy wooden doors to the chapel swung closed on the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals charged with selecting the next pontiff. The next round of voting will begin Wednesday […]

  • Green with envy! Emerald style tips on display

    Are you green with envy? We hope you are. Emerald green is the hot color of the year! Megan Davey, stylist and style blogger of, told us how to incorporate the lush hue into your wardrobe.

  • UMKC fires head basketball coach

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — UMKC has fired head basketball coach Matt Brown. The Roos ended their 2012-13 campaign with a record of 8-24. Brown had one year remaining on his contract. Over six seasons with UMKC, Brown compiled a record of 64-122. “Matt ran our men’s basketball program with dignity,” A.D. Tim Hall said. “He put student-athlete welfare and academics in the forefront. The coaches and student-athletes have represented UMKC and Kansas City in a first class manner under his watch, and I personally wish him […]

  • Spring break stay-cations

    For most families, Spring break is either already here, or just around the corner. If you don’t have a fancy trip planned, no worries. Kansas City has plenty going on for an awesome stay-cation. Kristina Light from KC Parent magazine offers up some great ideas. Kristina’s Suggestions: Paradise Park Science of Energy at Union Station Cool Crest Paint, Glaze, and Fire Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop More info, and more suggestions from KC Parent magazine: click here

  • Man faces possible charges after 5-year-old shot in head

    WICHITA, Kan. — A Wichita man is facing possible child endangerment charges after a five-year-old boy was shot in the head with a gun on Sunday. Investigators said the man left an air-rifle on the kitchen table of his home, and a four-year-old got a hold of the gun and shot the five-year-old in the head. The boy was admitted to the hospital in critical condition on Sunday, but has since improved and is in stable condition in the pediatrics […]

  • Judge enters not guilty plea for accused theater shooter

    By Jim Spellman and Lateef Mungin CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CNN) — A judge on Tuesday entered a standard plea of not guilty for James Holmes, the man suspected in a mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater, after he and his attorneys said they were not ready to enter a plea. In court documents, Holmes’ attorneys had suggested that they might enter a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity for the shooting rampage at the theater that left 12 […]

  • Two injured in weekend gas station shooting

    GRANDVIEW, Mo. — Two men suffered non-life threatening wounds after an early morning shooting at a gas station on Sunday. Officers said an argument between the two men resulted in an exchange of gunfire just after 3 a.m. Sunday. Two victims were seen and treated at local hospitals, and one of the victims was released. After a South Kansas City night club had closed for the night, some patrons gathered in the parking lot of a gas station on Blue […]

  • Royals own MLB’s best record in Spring Training

    SURPRISE, Ariz. — With just their second day off on Monday, the Kansas City Royals have some time to reflect on all they’ve accomplished thus far in Spring Training. After clobbering the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 17-11 on Sunday, the Royals improved their record to a Major League-best 13-1-1. They’ve been winning, and winning big, outscoring their opponents by a combined 112-59. With pitching being the major focal point of the offseason, the Royals are off to a fantastic […]

  • Apps to know: March edition

    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — This month’s edition of apps to know includes an app to help you organize your travel, a few fun games, and an interactive cookbook. Sporos is a puzzler that’ll put your brain on overdrive. Players can connect the dots on up to 500 levels by dragging “Sporos” seeds onto the board to light up every cell.  Sporos is free for iPhone and Android users. With Tikr, counting down has never been so fun.  Users can countdown […]

  • Man remembered in Shawnee industrial explosion

    SHAWNEE, Kan. — An employee at Rieke Grading was killed after an industrial accident Monday morning. Nicholas Jerde, 23, of Kansas City, Mo., died when he was using a blow torch to work on a vacuum truck valve. Firefighters say the torch ignited some vapors and caused an explosion. The accident happened around 9:27 a.m. at 82nd and Hedge Lane in Shawnee, Kan. Jerde was pronounced dead before firefighters arrived. No other information was immediately available.

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