Ryan Wooley started with CBS Radio back in 2007 just three days after graduating from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor’s degree in “Electronic Media and Film”.
In that time he has worked every position imaginable both on-air and behind the scenes and is currently the afternoon sports anchor for both 97.1 “The Ticket” and WWJ Newsradio 950.
He has been awarded sportscast of the year on multiple occasions from both the Michigan Association of Broadcasters as well as the Michigan Associated Press. He was also honored by EMU in 2014 with the “Outstanding Young Alumni Award”.
In addition to his duties with both radio stations, he is the play by play voice of the Westland John Glenn Rocket football team as well as the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team. He also owns his own DJ company, “Mammoth Entertainment”, and handles everything from graduation parties to weddings.
Ryan currently resides in Belleville with his wife Michelle and their daughter Lilly and their son Blake. He is also a big car buff so if you’re ever out and about and see an orange 1976 Pontiac Trans Am — that’s him!
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After taking two days to think about what suspension should be given to Metta World Peace (Ron Artest), the league announced tonight he will miss the next seven games.
After learning of the news today that Michigan Athletic David Brandon said the University would not be able to get the Michigan Marching Band to Texas for the season opener against Alabama, I find myself disgusted at the reason.
With another week in the books, it’s time to bring you my weekly winners for week ending 4-21.
Isn’t it funny to think that before last season we as Lions fans would look at the new schedule and not only try and figure out who they may beat during the season, but hope they would get placed in a prime-time game, only to be disappointed they were left off both Monday Night Football and Sunday Night Football?
Another week and another dose of my weekly winners coming your way.
It’s been three days since Celtics guard Ray Allen uttered the comments to FoxSports.com that he thinks NBA players should be paid to play in the Olympics, and I’m left wondering where is the outrage!?
With so much going on in the world of sports, I think it’s only fitting to dedicate a weekly blog into the winners for the week.
I’ve been a sports fan for as long as I can remember and have always enjoyed having a jersey of my favorite team, or a shirt with the team logo on it to wear around the house or down to the stadium.
It’s hard to believe that it has been 28 years since the vision of Vince McMahon came to fruition with the first WrestleMania at Madison Square Garden in 1985.
Every year around this time we start to learn about the latest installment of Madden Football, with millions of fans waiting in anticipation for the August release.
After the decision by Commissioner Roger Goodell to give the harshest punishment there has ever been in the NFL, I say it was a great start, but it’s not enough. When you actually look at what Goodell handed down to the Saints organization, it may seem like a lot to the average fan, but if […]
If you didn’t believe in Karma before, then maybe you should now after Ohio University’s 65-60 victory over Michigan in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
For the first time since Ford Field opened, the Lions played in a meaningful game that had the whole state of Michigan buzzing.
If I was asked to sum up what the Michigan/Michigan State rivalry means to me in one word, I think the word I would have to use is “payback”.