Some call me McMoney, my mother calls me Ryan. I love sports and bad puns. I got into radio a couple years ago and I'm not planning on changing that anytime soon. I'm a proud alumnus of the University of Alabama, with a degree in Communications and Information Sciences. A few quick factoids about myself: I love math (graduated with a minor in mathematics); I play guitar, piano, and trumpet; and I'm what one would call a "video game nerd." Being in radio gives one a chance to express your opinions, but simultaneously hear from others about their thought processes
I've been married to the former Cassandra Dobbins Houston since November 23, 1989 and we're the proud parents of 4 awesome children, ranging from age 22 down to 10. I was a two-time SEC Champion and starting fullback on the 1992 National Champion. later signing as a free-agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers. During my playing days, I amassed over 1,000 tough rushing yards. I pride myself in being a tremendous leader on and off the field and received several awards that bear that out: the Sylvester Croom-Commitment to Excellent Award, The Charlie Compton Christian Leadership Award and Academic All-SEC to name a few
Aaron Suttles is a multi-award-winning journalist, covering Alabama football for The Tuscaloosa News. He was a key member of the News' 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News for his coverage following the April 27, 2011 tornado. Suttles has made his name on the ultra-competitive beat with his breaking news coverage and analysis for the Crimson Tide's football team. His fresh perspective is sought out and appreciated by Alabama fans and media outlets around the country
In a time long ago, our very own Chris Stewart mentioned to a pair of my trusted co-hosts and me from the University of Alabama campus radio station that sportscasting isn’t rocket science or brain surgery but simply being a spectator with the best seat in the house. Traveling some of the south’s finest back roads calling high school and college athletics events showed me how that statement is completely on the mark. I was born and raised in Tuscaloosa
Travis is the senior writer and analyst for BamaOnLine.com, which is affiliated with the 247sports.com and cbssports.com networks. Reier is entering his 15th year with BOL, a website dedicated to covering University of Alabama athletics. After joining BOL in 2003 he helped the site move to the top spot in premium subscription sign ups in the Rivals.com network. In addition to his reporting Reier introduced full-service internet multimedia to the Alabama football beat, bringing audio and video to Crimson Tide coverage in 2005
Barry's college basketball coaching career spans more than 20 years if you include his start as a student assistant under his father at Alabama. After graduating from the Capstone in 1990, he went on to make assistant coaching stops at Arkansas-Little Rock, East Carolina, Lipscomb, Wake Forest, and South Carolina. His time with the Gamecocks included an NCAA tournament appearance in 2004 and back-to-back NIT Championships in 2005 and 2006.
There are very few people that know as much about The University of Alabama basketball program as Wimp. He spent 32 years on the coaching staff, which included 12 years as head coach during one of the school's greatest eras. From 1980-1992, Wimp's teams became a staple of the postseason. He guided Alabama to 10 NCAA tournament appearances and six 'Sweet 16' births. His teams also reached the SEC tournament finals nine of his 12 seasons as head coach, winning five of those SEC tournament championships
For the last 15 years, I have been entertaining Tuscaloosa and west Alabama with my commentary on headlines surrounding The University of Alabama and the Southeastern Conference, as well as, major stories in the sports world. I have been fortunate to interview many of the Alabama football legends who enhance the rich history of the university. Joe Namath, Earl Campbell, Dick Butkus, Lee Roy Jordan, John Hannah, and many other legends of college football hang out on The Game to share their stories and their insights