Jerrad is a Wyoming local hailing from Riverton. He's spent a decade doing multiple radio formats and covering sports. Before returning to Wyoming in 2013, he worked in Las Vegas radio and covered mixed martial arts. He is a two-time winner of the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters 'Best Sports Coverage' award, winning again in 2017. Additionally, Jerrad loves to travel, the outdoors, music, and he eats too much food.
Former Colorado Avalanche Star Grabs Coffee In Cheyenne
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2018 Denver Broncos Schedule Released
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Cowgirl Basketball Still Projected Into NCAA Tournament
The Wyoming Cowgirls are two wins away from clinching the regular season championship in the Mountain West Conference.
Former NFL Star Tony Gonzalez Spends Weekend In Jackson [PHOTOS]
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ESPN Creates Documentary On Wyoming’s Black 14 [VIDEO]
An important, yet controversial part of University of Wyoming football history has gained national attention this week, thanks to an ESPN documentary.