Jay Mohr

Weekdays: 12:00pm - 3:00pm

W it h a caree r that has sp anned over th ree d ec ades , J a y Moh r has alw a ys pu shed him self to be more than just a comic. After landing his dream job of “S aturda y Ni ght Li ve ,” and launching his career with Tom Cruise in “J err y M a guire, ” he ha s become a b est -sell ing a uthor, appea red in more than 200 episod es o f network televisi on and starred in m ore th an 25 f eature films , working with a plethora of A cad e m y Aw ard -winnin g a ctor s, includi ng C hristopher W alken, Renée Zell w e ger, Al P acino, A ngeli na J oli e, Kevin S pac e y, Helen Hunt, C uba Go oding J r., Ell en Burst yn, Fo rest W hit aker , Kim Basin ger, M att Da mon, and Cl int Eastwood. Additi onall y, he has adde d other genr es to h is j ourne y and wrote the best -se ll ing book "G aspin g for Airtim e" about hi s t im e on S N L. J a y's s econd book was the hil arious, "No W onder M y P arents Drank. " In th e ra dio world, J a y h as be en a re gular gu est hos t on nationall y s yndicated sports radio pro grams, as well as a r e gular cont ributor on the highest r ated radio sh ows in t he countr y, with m ult ipl e stints on "Kevin and Be an " and "Opi e and Anthon y, " j ust t o name a few. Mohr now hosts the daily “Jay Mohr Sports” on FOX Sports Radio from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. P T / 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. ET.



Dan Patrick

Weekdays: 9:00am - 12:00 noon

Legendary multi-platform sports host Dan Patrick entertains America in morning drive along with his sidekicks, "The Danettes." The Dan Patrick Show features the most extensive A-list interviews from the world of sports entertainment. The radio show features astute knowledge, a dry sense of humor and Patrick's unique perspective.



JT The Brick

Weekdays: 6:00pm - 10:00pm

J.T. “The Brick” joined FOX Sports Radio as the afternoon host in June 2001, and began hosting the weekday evening program “FOX GameTime React” in 2002.  In 2009, JT took over the 1 - 6 a.m. ET/10 p.m. - 3 a.m. PT weekday timeslot. Before joining FOX Sports Radio, J.T. hosted the overnight show on the Sports Fan Radio Network for six years.  Not content with doing just one show each day, J.T. then went on to host both his overnight show and a national afternoon show for SportsFan.  He also spent six years as host of the Oakland Raiders pre- and post-game shows for KTCT-AM 1050 in San Francisco and the weekly Raider TV show, “Behind the Shield,” on FOX Sports Bay Area.  JT has appeared as a guest expert on many network television shows, including “The Live Desk” on Fox News Channel, “Weekend Live” with Tony Snow, “Dayside” with Linda Vester on the Fox News Channel, “Hardball” with Chris Matthews on CNBC, “Scarbourgh Country” with Joe Scarbourgh and “The Abrams Report” with Dan Abrams on MSNBC.  He is also a regular sports columnist for  J.T. is married and resides in Las Vegas, Nev.



Andy Furman- Fox Sports Day Break

Weekdays: 6:00am - 9:00am

Furman, a native of Brooklyn, New York, has been a strong voice in the world of sports talk radio for more than 20 years, with much of his time spent in Cincinnati. He hosted “Sports Talk” on WLW-AM for 18 years, and was named the “number one sports talker” in Ohio by Ohio Magazine. Most recently, Furman hosted an afternoon drive show on “Real Talk 1160” WQRT in Cincinnati. Furman has been a fixture on the network as host of a weekend show with former NFL All-Pro Lincoln Kennedy, which airs Sunday evenings from 7 - 10 p.m. ET/4 - 7 p.m. PT, in addition to co-hosting the morning show, “FOX Sports Daybreak.”



Mike North - Fox Sports Day Break

Weekdays: 6:00am - 9:00am

Mike North is a Chicago radio legend who brings his experience and knowledge of sports talk to fans across the country on FOX Sports Radio Network. North's shows feature his takes on the biggest topics of the day, from college football to hockey and the NFL, as well as his winning picks for the upcoming games of the weekend. Raised in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood, Mike’s first real job was as a hot dog vendor at Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park in 1969. After a stint in the military and several jobs with the City of Chicago, Mike capitalized on his talent for serving hot food and spicy sports talk and opened his hot dog stand, Be-Be’s, in 1985. Among Mike’s frequent customers was the staff of Diamond Broadcasting, owners of WXRT-FM and WSBC-AM. After suggesting the idea of a sports show to the Diamond management team, North launched the “NFL Handicap Show” on WSBC in 1990. Then, in 1992, the first Chicago-based sports radio station, The Score Sports Radio 820, was born. Mike was offered a job hosting a radio program with former Chicago Bear, Dan Jiggetts, and they soon became “The Monsters of the Midday,” delivering a unique brand of opinionated, street-smart, sports talk to Chicago sports fans. In September of 1999, the Score changed signals and line-ups. The frequency became 1160AM and Mike began hosting his own show, “The Mike North Show”, from 12-4pm Monday through Friday. “My show is like sports with all the trimmings,” says North, “it’s everything you want—exactly how you want it.” In August of 2000, The Score once again changed frequencies, this time to 670AM--the current station. Two years later Mike teamed up with another former Chicago Bear, Doug Buffone, and they soon became known as “The Wise Guys”. In September of 2004, North moved from the midday to the mornings. He worked this time slot with Fred Huebner till June 2008 when Mike chose not to accept the deal being offered to him by the Score management. Mike has gone one on one with many well-known sports figures such as Pete Rose, Dick Butkus, Walter Payton, and Wilt Chamberlain, while hosting his TV shows. Mike has won two Emmys: one for his North Side segments on Fox TV and one for Primetime TV show. Mike has also won four Achievement in Radio Awards: He was named Radio Broadcaster of the year in 1996, Mike and Dan Jiggetts received the Best Midday Show in Chicago and Best Sports Show in 1997, and he won Best Talent on a News, Talk, Personality, or Sports Station in 2002. Mike’s other accomplishments include: Receiving the Entertainer of the Year award by the Special Children’s Charities, the Irv Kupcinet award by the Ed Kelly Giant Awards, and the Richard J. Daley award by the Red Cloud Athletic Fund. Mike’s persistence in bringing 16-inch softball to the Chicago high school system as a varsity sport, a game he himself loves to play, earned him Man of the Year in 1999 awarded by The Softball Hall of Fame. Mike was selected by the Board of Directors of the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations to be the recipient of the prestigious 2004 Ellis Island Medal of Honor. In 2005, Mike won a Telly award for a commercial he appeared in. Mike won the Silver Circle Award from The National Conference for Community and Justice of Chicago and Greater Illinois. Mike was honored as a 2006 Inductee into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame. - the first radio broadcaster ever to be inducted. Mike also received the 2006 Media Excellence Award from the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame. Mike is the assistant basketball coach at Notre Dame High School. He sat in for Dom Imus on the WFAN in New York. Steve Stone, noted broadcaster, commented that Mike North is the best one on one interviewer he has ever heard. Mike has conducted over 13,000 interviews. Jesse Jackson and Mike North worked together to persuade the Chicago Cubs to erect a statue for Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks. Opening day 2008 was the dedication. Mike was featured on HBO’s Bob Costas Now as one of the premier sports radio hosts in the country. Mike left the Score in 2008. He was the first broadcaster to do a live web show from a private business website., Mike was the executive producer and co-host of The Monsters In the Morning on Comcast SportsNet and worked at CBS on Monsters and Money. He presently hosts Fox Sports Radio shows on Saturday mornings 8AM-11AM and Sunday evenings from 9PM – midnight. The Sunday evening show also airs locally on WIND 560 radio. He has recently started the Mike North Entertainment Network on his website Mike and his wife Be-Be live in the Northwest suburbs with their dog “Lucky”, a black lab mix from the Anti Cruelty Society.



Jason Smith

Weekdays: 10:00pm - 2:00am

Emmy-award winning producer and NFL Network host Jason Smith has returned home to FOX Sports Radio, where he began his broadcasting career in 2000. Hosting FOX Sports Tonight, weekdays from 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. ET/7 p.m. – 11 p.m. PT, he brings his extensive experience in Sports Talk entertainment to late nights on FOX Sports Radio as he provides analysis on the day in sports and updates on the games in play, while engaging in entertaining conversations with listeners. Smith is also the host of NFL Fantasy Live on the NFL Network during football season. He previously hosted a variety of programs for ESPN Television and Radio, including the weekly nationally-syndicated All-Night, heard in over more than 500 markets in the United States. Smith won an Emmy-award in production working on SportsCenter before making the transition behind the microphone. A native of Staten Island, New York, Smith is a graduate of Syracuse University where he earned a B.A. in English. He loves his wife, daughter and the New York Jets (not necessarily in that order).



Steve Gorman

Weekdays: 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Steve Gorman is best known as the drummer and founding member of one of America‟s preeminent rock „n‟ roll bands, The Black Crowes. Over the last two decades, the band has sold more than 30 million albums and performed thousands of live shows. The band skyrocketed to success and critical acclaim with their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker (1990), which featured hit singles, “She Talks to Angels,” “Jealous Again,” and a cover of Otis Redding's “Hard to Handle.” The band's second album, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and included singles “Remedy” and “Thorn in My Pride.” The Black Crowes continue to be one of the world‟s greatest live bands. From touring with Led Zeppelin‟s Jimmy Page in 1999 and 2000 - which led to the successful live album, Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes: Live at the Greek - to the recording of Before The Frost/Until The Freeze, an album of new material at Levon Helm‟s renowned barn in Woodstock, N.Y. in 2009, The Black Crowes have consistently forged their own musical path. In 2010, following the release of their ninth studio album, Croweology and subsequent supporting tour, the band took a hiatus for two years to pursue individual projects. For Gorman, this was a chance to finally nurture his longtime vision of creating a radio show that combined his two passions: sports and music. What started as a weekly podcast quickly evolved into a weekly radio show, then to a nightly radio show, and later a local midday show in Nashville, Tenn. In 2013, Gorman reunited with The Black Crowes for the Lay Down With Number 13 World Tour, playing more than 120 shows. For much of the tour, he continued to broadcast daily from radio studios all over the country. In January 2014, Steve Gorman joined Premiere Networks‟ syndicated FOX Sports Radio Network for the launch of Steve Gorman SPORTS!. With insider access and insight, Gorman interviews a wide variety of guests from the athletic and musical worlds, delivering unique sports commentary and entertainment, including what‟s happening in sports, music and pop culture. Steve Gorman SPORTS! airs weekdays from 3 – 6 p.m. ET/noon – 3 p.m. PT on the 24/7 sports radio network. For more information, please visit



Ben Maller

Weekdays: 2:00am - 6:00am

Ben Maller is host of FOX Sports Radio's Ben Maller Show. Launched nationally in January 2014, the overnight program broadcasts weekdays from 2 - 6 a.m. ET/11 p.m. – 3 a.m. PT, live from the network’s studios in Los Angeles, Calif. One of the original sports bloggers, Maller brings his token trademark sarcasm, informative insight and stimulating opinions to sports fans each evening. Nicknamed "Big Ben," Maller joined FOX Sports Radio a month after the network’s debut in 2000, and served as an update anchor and weekend talk show host for the network until the launch of his overnight show in 2014. Prior to FOX Sports Radio, Maller worked at KXTA "XTRA Sports 1150" in Los Angeles, Calif., where he hosted the popular midday program Ben & Dave Show, in addition to anchoring the post-game "Dodger Talk" with former longtime voice of the Dodgers, Ross Porter. Maller has served as an International Correspondent for New Zealand’s Premier Sports Station, "Radio Sport," since 2009, and previously worked as a television sports pundit at NBC Sports Network in Stamford, Conn., in addition to guest-hosting a number of local sports radio shows in Boston, Mass., Denver, Colo. and Anaheim, Calif. He began his career as a radio reporter for "XTRA Sports 690," the 77,000-watt all-Sports blowtorch signal in San Diego, Calif. (XETRA). Aside from his radio and television assignments, Maller enjoyed a successful career as a provocative sports blogger, launching sports news and gossip website before writing nationally for and Yahoo Sports ( Outside of work, Maller has inspired many with his ongoing, successful battle against obesity, losing more than 200 pounds naturally by changing his diet and fitness routine.