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For the past 17 years Toby Rowland has hosted the “T-Row in the Morning Show” alongside his Very Best Friend in the Entire World, TJ Perry. Since 2011, Toby has been the "Voice of the Sooners." He serves as radio play-by-play for OU football, men's basketball and baseball, as well as hosting the Lon Kruger, Sherri Coale and Lincoln Riley TV/Radio shows. Rowland also serves as TV host for a wide variety of programming on Sooner Sports TV powered by FOX.
Listen to Toby weekday mornings from 6-9am on the “T-Row in the Morning Show” on 99.3 FM, SportsTalk 1400AM or state wide on sportstalk1400.com
A REF original. TJ Perry has been with the station since January of 2002 and took over as Program Director in 2004. TJ grew up in the Arlington, TX area which explains his love for the Rangers, Mavericks, and Cowboys. His one sports wish is that the Rangers win a World Series before he dies. Yeah yeah laugh all you want but he says it will happen! TJ has a beautiful wife Katie, and one son named Bronx.
You can hear TJ, along side Toby Rowland on the “T-Row in the Morning Show” weekday mornings from 6-9 am on 99.3 FM, SportsTalk 1400AM or state wide on sportstalk1400.com
Co-Host of “The Rush” with Chad McKee, Teddy comes from Fort Gibson, OK where during his senior year helped the Fort Gibson Tigers post their best-ever record of 13–1, advancing to the Oklahoma Class 4A state championship game. During his college years, he was a key member of OU’s 2000 National Championship team. While at OU Lehman went on to be named a two time All-American (2002 & 2003) including winning the Butkus Award that goes to the nation top linebacker, and the Chuck Bednarik award as the nations top defensive player.
Join “The Rush” from 2-6 pm on 99.3 FM, SportsTalk 1400AM or state wide on sportstalk1400.com
Chris Plank, hosts the Plank show from 9-11am Monday-Friday on SportsTalk 1400AM & 99.3FM, in addition to the SportsTalk, Chris continues his involvement with Sooner Sports TV as co-host of Sooner Sports Spotlight show and the ever-popular Sooner Football Signing Day special. A veteran radio broadcaster, Plank has long served as a sports talk host in the Tulsa area, and currently serves as the sideline reporter for all Sooner football radio broadcasts, and voice of the back to back National Champions Sooner Softball team. Chris also co-hosts a nationally syndicated show every Sunday night from 10p-1a on Fox Sports Radio with Arnie Spanier.
Join “The Plank Show” from 9-11 am on 99.3 FM, SportsTalk 1400AM or state wide on sportstalk1400.com
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