Ryan Wooley has pursued a career in sports broadcasting since his childhood and is proof that anybody can do whatever they put their mind to.
Wooley grew up in Westland Michigan where he graduated from John Glenn High School and then went on to Eastern Michigan University, where he received a Bachelors degree in “Electronic Media and Film”.
While at EMU, Ryan worked for WQBR, a student radio station where he served as the host of two shows per week. He also anchored the weekly news, delivered halftime updates during football and basketball on 89.1 WEMU, and handled the play by play for both football and basketball on the campus television station “E-TV”. Currently, Wooley is the play by play voice of the John Glenn High School football team as well as the EMU women’s basketball team.
In his free time, Ryan likes to work on cars, play video games, watch sports and hang out with friends. He currently resides in Belleville with his wife Michelle.
I went a pitiful 6-7 during week 6 which brings my yearly total to 48-37.
Stop me if you have heard this before. Ndamukong Suh is a dirty player.
If anyone has ever been on a football field you can probably tell stories of things that you have found laying on the turf or wedged in the grass that you would expect to be there after games like mouthpieces, tape or even someone’s tooth.
It took four weeks for me to finally have a breakout week after being close the last three, but week 4 by far was my best in pick’em games after posting a 10-4 mark, bringing my total to 34-25.
As the 2012 Major League Baseball regular season comes to a close the debate continues to grow on whether Mike Trout or Miguel Cabrera should be named MVP. But truthfully, does it really matter?
We’re nearly a quarter of the way through the season and I have to admit, I’m very surprised with my 24-21 record in pick’em games, as I continue to get off to hot starts but falter down the stretch.
I’m not debating whether it was or wasn’t a catch or that the officials missed the call, because they clearly did.
It’s hard to believe we’re already two weeks into the NFL season and that September is more than halfway over.
At the conclusion of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers/New York Giants game on Sunday, an ethical question was raised as to when the game is considered over.
As the Lions began the 2012 season on Sunday they did something before the game that was long overdue, as they unveiled banners to honor the team’s accomplishments over the years.