Alex joined ESPN Wisconsin in 2013 from a sister station in South Florida. He is the producer of Homer and Thunder and a co-host of the Saturday Ticket, 9am-11am on 540 ESPN. Read the latest from Alex here.
The Packers Beat Writer provides daily reports for Homer and The D-List from Green Bay all year long. Jason, a Milwaukee native, is a two-time Associated Press Sports Editors Writer of the Year award winner joins ESPNWisconsin.com and 540 ESPN full-time.
Drew Olson is one of the talking heads that co-hosts The D-List every day. Drew is a senior editor for ESPNWisconsin.com and covered the Milwaukee Brewers for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for 12 years.
Bill has been with the station since 1995 and has been the voice of the Milwaukee Panthers since 1999. He is the co-host of Green and Gold Today.
Jim joined ESPN Madison in April of 2007 as a producer, update anchor and lead Badger reporter. Jim has also covered the Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Florida Panthers and the University of Miami football team. A native of Wisconsin, Jim moved to Florida in 2003 and attended Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Follow Jim on twitter @JimRutledge
Read the latest from Gabe Neitzel, co-host of Madison's GameNight and PrepMania, right here.
Homer roots for the local teams, but he will not always support everything done by the locals. The first rule of Homerism states, "I am a Homer, but I am not an idiot."Homer’s view of the local teams plus his unique relationship with his listeners and callers make his show the most entertaining in sports radio.
Mac's days as a Marquette All-American are behind him, but he still joins Homer as a color analyst for every Marquette game. Check out his blog at your own risk and remember, we warned you!
Check out our Packers writer's new blog, The Rookie, where he faces something more challenging than an all-out blitz or covering Greg Jennings with no safety help: Fatherhood.
You never know who will show up in this space. It could be former interns / employees from the radio station or local athletes or executives.