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Kyle Dalton

Kyle Dalton began covering sports in 1992 after he graduated from the University of Texas school of journalism. He published his book Burned Orange: Tom Penders and 10 Years at the University of Texas in 2000, and joined Sportscasting in 2020. Kyle expertly covers the NFL, NASCAR, and NCAA football.

Kyle finds inspiration in the unscripted drama of sports, the compelling journeys and life stories of the athletes who play the games, and he enjoys reading the work of Mitch Albom. He is a rabid consumer of all sports on all platforms: TV, Twitter, podcasts, live events, and more. A current member of Sports Marketing and PR Pros and past member of Austin Sports Commission, Kyle’s work has appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, Chicago Daily Herald, and Detroit News. You can read more of his work on Muck Rack.

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LeBron James
NBA

LeBron James Busts Out Dance Moves in Video

LeBron James knows how to move on the basketball court. Couple that with his next-level skillset, and he will easily go down as one of the greatest players in the game’s storied history. At age 35 and retirement in the next decade, could the NBA legend’s recent dance moves in a family video be a …
Chad Hennings
NFL

Where Are They Now—Chad Hennings

Before helping the Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles in the 1990s, Chad Hennings flew numerous combat missions as an A-10 pilot. Where is he today?
Turk Wendell
MLB

Where Are They Now—Turk Wendell

Turk Wendell was a solid MLB pitcher. Most don't remember that but instead his many superstitious routines he practiced every time he took the mound.
Denver's Rocky
MLB

How Much Money Do Mascots Make?

Mascots have been around for years. Their acts, however, have changed and include more elements of danger that come with a price. You won't believe how much.
Greg Oden
NBA

What Happened to Greg Oden?

Many predicted Greg Oden would be an NBA superstar. It never happened because injuries derailed his career. What happened to the overall No. 1 pick?