The Daily Blender with Jeffry O’Brien

The sports radio show for fans, by fans.  This unique show lets the listeners participate, allowing them to be the experts.  Covering everything from the latest news on your favorite teams and players, to whatever other crazy topics come across the somewhat disturbed minds of host Jeffry O’Brien and his pals.  This show is dangerously addictive!

"Your good friend and radio pal", Jeffry O'Brien is a long time broadcaster, actor, writer, and stand up comic. He grew up in the East Valley and the only thing he thinks looks better than the Arizona flag is the horseshoe of the Indianapolis Colts logo. He loves sports and all things manly. He works on his own cars, enjoys fishing, grilling, can grow a decent beard, is usually punctual, and is undefeated as a thumb wrestler.  He drives classic muscle cars, big ol' man trucks and has an impossibly hot wife (sorry ladies!). This guy lives a life most can only dream of.

 width=Co-Host Eric Cohen graduated from the University of Arizona in 2005, Eric became the Programming Manager and Sports Director at KAZT-TV in Phoenix, frequently appearing on the weekday morning, Morning Scramble as a sports host / guest with Valley legend Pat McMahon. He's an avid UofA sports fan, having not missed a home football game in over a decade, while also cheering passionately for his beloved Chicago Cubs. If there's sports on TV, Eric is probably watching and if not, it's because he's trying to perfect one of his many fantasy sports teams.

randy.jpgProducer and Co-Host Randy White, was born and raised in Phoenix Arizona when the earth was still cooling. A die-hard Arizona sports fan, and amateur marble player, Randy loves baseball, Auto racing, and classic Rock. Married to the well to do Miss Kim, Randy enjoys a nice cigar, fine Brandy, his recliner, watching his beloved Diamondbacks, Cardinals, Coyotes, and the Suns on his enormous television with a massive sound system in his house. Fun fact: Randy was once Jeffry’s partner on a morning show in Phoenix.  They were both fired.
(Jeffry disputes this claim, mostly because it it untrue)