I’m the Morning Show host on News Radio 1290 WNBF and also serve as the Brand Manager and Sports Director for WNBF and CBS Sports Radio 1360 AM WYOS. I broadcast high school football games in the fall and Binghamton University Men’s Basketball in the winter. I was a starting offensive tackle for Westminster College when we won the NAIA National Football Championship in 1970. Our Head Coach was Dr. Harold Burry who was inducted into the National College Football Hall of Fame the first year college division participants were eligible. Others in that class included Walter Payton and Terry Bradshaw. I also played baseball at Westminster and played with Darryl Jones who was drafted by the New York Yankees. I’ve been selected to three Hall of Fames: the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame, the Southern Tier Broadcasters Hall of Fame, and the Slippery Rock High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Roger Neel: Signing Off For The Final Time [VIDEO]
Thank you so much for all you have done for me in these 42 years at WNBF. I had no idea when I came here in 1978 that i would love you this much.
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