Bailey Overstreet graduated from Oklahoma State University with a BS in Sports Media and Religion. While at OSU she was the Vice-President of The National Association of Black Journalist. In the summer of 2017 she worked at the University of Tulsa in their Communication Department. Bailey has experience in reporting and producing. She is a
Brittany Madrid is a our lead television reporter covering the Dallas Cowboys. Brittany is also a host, producer, journalist, and actress with a passion for healthy living. You may have seen Brittany on the “Living Well Transformations” segment as part of The Live Love Laugh Today Show airing on WFAA-TV Channel 8 in Dallas, Texas;
Brianna Dix graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communications. She is a reporter, writer, host, and avid sports fan with a passion for sports, specifically for the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys.
Austyn Iven graduated from Oklahoma State University as a Sports Media Major. Austyn passion for sports started before she was even old enough to play one. Born and raised in Knoxville, TN and being a avid Tennessee Volunteer fan her family moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma when Austyn was in the 7th grade. More on Austyn
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Born in Greenville, TX, Mollie Mayfield is a Photojournalist and a Multimedia Reporter. She also is a recent graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX, where she pursued a BA in Journalism and a Minor in Photography. Mollie is a D210SportsTV reporter for Spectrum Sports covering SMU Football and Basketball. She is also a
Former NFL Great Anthony Dorsett, Jr. joins the D210SPORTSTV team. Dorsett played college football at the University of Pittsburgh. was drafted in the sixth round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers. After four seasons with the Oilers, who became the Tennessee Titans, Dorsett joined the Oakland Raiders in 2000, playing four seasons with
Whitley Pleasant is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a Bachelors in Art. The Mesquite, Texas native had an early interest in the media beginning in high school. Whitley spent one year being a student DJ at KEOM 88.5 FM writing scripts, editing sound bites, conducting interviews, and operating the switchboard for the morning and evening