Bo Mattingly has been producing award-winning sports content for the last 20 years. While he is currently the host of a daily sports talk radio show syndicated throughout Arkansas, he has also been producing a variety of sports shows on multiple platforms over the last couple years. He is co-owner of Sport and Story Media which produces Sports Talk with Bo Mattingly, the “BEING” series for ESPN, Spirit 52 and various other sports content.
Prior to starting his own business and radio show, he was the Sports Director for the NBC TV affiliates in Arkansas where he launched the Razorback Nation brand and produced and hosted the first local news sports television show to be syndicated in Arkansas. Bo is known for his forward thinking, engaging content and strong relationships in the sports community. When he is not on radio or television he enjoys spending time with his wife and children and exercising.
Sports Talk is produced by Bart Pohlman, a Memphis native who landed in the Natural State more than five years ago. An avid basketball, golf and BBQ fan—who’s open about his love of the Memphis Grizzlies—Bart relies on his background across all forms of media to bring ideas and guests to the show every day. In the rare instance he’s not producing the show, you can find him on the golf course or entered in a local trivia competition.
Sawyer (or “Saw” as he is more widely known) was born and raised in Arkansas. He played four years of college golf at Arkansas State University where in 2012 he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism. Funneling his love for sports, music and comedy he joined the Sports Talk team after his schooling and hasn’t looked back.
Clay is the publisher of Hawgs Illustrated magazine, a full-color slick magazine that is published weekly during football season with a total of 20 issues over the year. Hawgs Illustrated began in the Spring of 1992 when Clay left after 14 years with the Tulsa World to become publisher and editor. Henry, a Little Rock native, also developed the website at Hawgsillustrated.com and has been doing talk radio for the last 15-plus years. Clay is also a member of the Arkansas Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame.
Dudley has been in and around the University of Arkansas sports scene for the past 27 years. He began as a graduate assistant for the Razorback basketball team under Eddie Sutton and Nolan Richardson before graduating with a degree in broadcast journalism and going to work for the Hot Springs Sentinel-Record. He worked there for a year before returning to Fayetteville to the Northwest Arkansas Times, where he worked as a sports writer from 1987-2001. Dudley has worked for Hawgs Illustrated since its inception and became full-time at the magazine in 2001.
Dan Storrs has been in the advertising world for 21 years and is currently the Director of Sales for sport&story. His background is in the radio industry where he most recently ran a cluster of three radio stations in Northwest Arkansas to include the ESPN affiliate. Dan’s work in radio includes stays in Denver, Colorado Springs, Las Vegas, and Reno, NV, where he has won numerous awards for promotions and advertising campaigns. He served on the Radio Advertising Bureau’s Sales Advisory Council and received the Certified Radio Marketing Consultant accreditation through the RAB. When he is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife Lori and their three children and is an active member of his church where he leads a weekly men’s bible study.
Jennifer Holzhauer, was born and raised in Arkansas. She graduated from Arkansas State where she obtained a Marketing Management degree and began her 15 years of marketing experience. Growing up, she watched and played many sports, which was only the beginning of her love for a good competition. To her, being able to mix both marketing and sports is a great day!
Originally from Richmond, Va, Zach came to the University of Arkansas in the fall of 1991 and never left the natural state.
Zach has a passion for high school sports and great stories to tell. He has worked in various forms of media in the area for 18 years (TV, radio, webcasting), and most recently as the broadcast voice of the Springdale Bulldogs in both football and basketball.
He and his wife, Kristi, have three children – Jeremy, Dylan, Kenzie – and a dog named Kirby.