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Steve McGehee Biography, Age, Wife, Award, Career, Fun facts

Steve McGehee is a Sports Mobile Journalist for KWTV Sports. A native of Wichita, Kansas, he graduated high school from Wichita Southeast and earned a bachelor of science degree with an emphasis in Radio/TV at Kansas State University. Interesting fact: Steve’s grandmother played on the K-State’s women’s basketball team in the early 1900s.

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Steve McGehee Biography

Steve McGehee is an American Sports Mobile Journalist for KWTV Sports. A native of Wichita, Kansas, he graduated high school from Wichita Southeast and earned a bachelor of science degree with an emphasis in Radio/TV at Kansas State University. Interesting fact: Steve’s grandmother played on the K-State’s women’s basketball team in the early 1900s.

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Steve’s wife is from Yukon and a University of Oklahoma graduate, making the chance to move home a perfect idea. He has two kids, stepson Gunter, 17 and daughter Annabelle who is four years old.

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McGehee has won a handful of awards at his past stations, including AP Best Sportscast in North Carolina (B Division), AP Best Sports Operation on two different occasions in Ohio and AP Best Sportscast in West Virginia.

Steve McGehee Career

Steve is no stranger to travels in the television business. He has worked in Wichita, Monroe, Louisiana, Wilmington, North Carolina, Huntington, West Virginia and is now proud to call Oklahoma home.

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McGehee also is an avid sports fan with a baseball card collection that dominates his guest bedroom. He has two dogs and one cat and carries a strong love for animals.

 

 

 

Steve McGehee Plenty Of Connections Between OU, OSU and UF’s Head Coaches

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Between Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and Florida, the storylines run pretty deep between the three head coaches. Almost too many to mention. For starters, OSU Head Coach Kenny Gajewski not too long ago was an assistant for Tim Walton in Gainesville.

“I was in his wedding, I lived in his house, I probably got the job at Oklahoma because of his and Patty’s trust in him,” Walton said.

Gajewski chimed in too.

“Obviously with Tim, we go way back. A lot of people talk about our story at OU, but we go back even to our junior college days when we played on the same team,” Gajewski said.”

Gajewski was a groundskeeper at Oklahoma after that, taking care of Patty Gasso’s field. Walton was an assistant for Gasso for four seasons.

“To see where they started and where they are now really doesn’t have a lot to do with me, it’s more of them,” Gasso said. “They have an absolute desire to want to learn.”

Alabama’s Patrick Murphy joined them at the news conference on Wednesday, but it was Gajewski possibly delivering the line of the day.

“I think I counted up 35 appearances between this group here. Now it’s 36 with my first one. David and Goliath,” Gajewski said.

David takes a swing at Florida on Thursday at 6:00 p.m., followed by Alabama and Oklahoma around 8:30.

Steve McGehee Steve’s Thunder Travels: Beat The Cold Weather

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Philadelphia and Detroit are off the travel list, a loud clap from this guy. The NBA scheduled both cities early in the season for the Thunder, so no worries about snow and ice. Detroit is easily the toughest travel spot, I can’t imagine trying to get to the Palace of Auburn Hills during a snowstorm, ice, etc..

For the second year in a row, I stayed by the airport in Detroit. A stress-free location on arrival and departure, but the stress increases when you’re heading to the game. The arena is not downtown, the Palace is about an hour away from the airport, that includes the standard traffic.

I made it this time with plenty of time to spare, last year?  barely made it for my 5 o’clock live report. I remembered the rushed-panic feeling from last season, I wasn’t going to let that happen again. Going to the NBA arenas for a second-time around is extremely helpful.

The next time Oklahoma City plays in the Motor City, it may be in downtown Detroit, another loud clap from this guy. The Red Wings are moving into a new arena and the Pistons are considering joining them. I was told about $40 million was put into the Palace last season for updates.

The scoreboard hovering over the court is impressive, a mini-version of the one at Jerry World. The arena is in good shape, the visiting locker room is easily the smallest in the league, but everything else is above average in my eyes. The Palace may collect dust if the Pistons move. Hopefully, it avoids the slow death which is occurring now with the Pontiac Silver Dome, the former home of the Lions.

Back to the traveling part, I worry about Denver coming up, somehow I danced around the snow last season in the Rockies. I’ve already been delayed in Denver one hour this season, a return trip is next week, on the day after Thanksgiving. I hear flying over the Holiday season can be rough. If you don’t know me well, that’s my standard sarcasm.

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