Toby Rowland is in his 6th year as “Voice of the Sooners.” In addition to sitting in the play-by-play chair for OU football, men’s basketball and baseball, Rowland hosts numerous television shows on Sooner Sports TV powered by Fox and radio shows for Learfield Sports.
A two-time Emmy Award winner, Rowland spent 12 years as a sports anchor, reporter and producer at KWTV in Oklahoma City. He won the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Award for best sportscast and the Society of Professional Journalists Award for Best Sports Reporting. Toby became a household named in Oklahoma as host of the award winning Friday Football Blitz, taking high school football coverage to a new level in this state.
For the past 13 years Rowland has also hosted the “T-Row in the Morning Show” on KREF SportsTalk 1400. His show is now syndicated statewide across the state of Oklahoma
A 1995 graduate of Southern Nazarene University, Toby got his start calling games as the play-by-play voice for Crimson Storm basketball, football and baseball. He is married to his college sweetheart, Jennifer. They have three children; Trevor (18), Payton (16) and Chloe (9).
John Holcomb is sports director of KOTV, channel 6, in Tulsa. Holcomb began his career at KOTV in November 1995; since 1999, he has anchored the weeknight sportscasts. Holcomb also co-hosts the statewide Oklahoma Sports Blitz each Sunday night.
Holcomb attended Oklahoma Baptist University on a basketball scholarship, graduating with a degree in journalism in May 1988. He worked at radio station KGFF in Shawnee and at the Oklahoma News Network before television jobs in Sherman, Texas; Lawton; and Amarillo. Holcomb is the radio color analyst for OSU football and basketball. Holcomb and his wife, Jeanna, have two daughters
Berry Tramel, a lifelong Oklahoman, sports fan and newspaper reader, joined The Oklahoman in 1991 and has served as beat writer, assistant sports editor, sports editor and columnist.
Tramel grew up reading four daily newspapers — The Oklahoman, the Oklahoma City Times, the Norman Transcript and the Oklahoma Journal — and entered the newspaper business at the age of 17, with the Transcript in 1978. His first game assignment was the Lexington-Elmore City high school football game, and he has enjoyed the journey ever since, from high school wrestling duals and regional track meets to Orange Bowls and the NBA playoffs.
Tramel was born and raised in Norman, Okla. He and his wife, Tricia, were married in 1980 and live in Norman near their daughter, son-in-law and three granddaughters.
Cameron Dawson is Partner and C.O.O of Staplegun, headquartered in OKC with offices in Dallas and Chicago. Cameron attended the University of Oklahoma graduating with a degree in Advertising. After graduation, Cameron left for Dallas, where he began his career in the role of Business Analyst for the site Fandango.com, followed by a 2-year ski trip working with Colorado-based Smartworks Inc. in Aspen, CO implementing guerilla-marketing campaigns and promotional execution for several global brands.
Since coming back to Oklahoma City in 2002, Cameron has served on the Board of Directors for Oklahoma City Advertising Club, Infant Crisis Services, Sharing Tree and was recently named to the Leadership Oklahoma City Signature Class 35.
His hobbies are vacation, OU football, golf and tackling the feat of maintaining a house built in 1945.