Along with co-hosting The Bottom Line every afternoon, Jamie is also the Program Director for Double T 104.3. He is a 1997 Texas Tech graduate who grew up in Syracuse, New York. The die-hard Yankees fan worked in Tyler for 13 years where he was honored with the Texas AP Sports Story of the Year Award 5 separate times. Jamie is the radio color analyst for Texas Tech baseball broadcasts and is happily married to another Texas Tech graduate Ann. Together they have two daughters, Allison and Emily, as well as a spoiled dog named Raider.
A native of West Texas, Casey Cowan fills the airwaves weekdays from 3-6pm with a unique brand of humor and insight that some have described as “not that bad.” He’s been on the airwaves in Lubbock since 2005, and sometime in the near future he aspires to begin taking it seriously. He enjoys a pair of matching socks and never tells inside jokes.
Chris Level has been covering the Red Raiders, his alma mater, for nearly a decade. He started working for RedRaiderSports.com and Rivals.com in 2002, and has been hosting Tech Talk since the show's inception in 2005. Level has hosted Red Raider Football With Tommy Tuberville for the past two seasons, and co-hosted Mike Leach's weekly radio show from 2007-09. In 2010, he began serving as sideline reporter for the Texas Tech Sports Network football broadcast team. Level was born and raised in Fort Worth and is an ardent fan of the Metroplex's three major sports teams. He is happily married with two children and lastly, he'd want you to know he doesn't do hockey or Nascar.
Brian Hanni comes to Double T 104.3 after spending the last decade working for the Jayhawk Radio Network at his alma mater, the University of Kansas. In addition to being Chris Level's wing man on Tech Talk, Hanni is also the play-by-play voice of Texas Tech Men's Basketball. Off the air, Hanni participates in entirely too many fantasy sports leagues, is on a quest to see every professional stadium and also is passionate about several sports charities that you can read about on BrianHanni.com.
A Texas Tech alumnus, Aaron has been covering the Red Raiders for RedRaiderSports.com for over six years. He was born and raised in Houston, and has spent the better part of the last decade fruitlessly rooting for the Houston Texans. Dickens was a semi-regular contributor to Double T 104.3 during the station's first two years of operation and is now the co-host of The Morning Drive.
... of Chuck Heinz Enterprises. A graduate of the University of Kansas, Chuck is in his 28th year of broadcasting since leave KU in 1983. He has called high school and junior college football and basketball games as well as professional indoor soccer. He currently serves as color analyst for Lady Raider Basketball games. Chuck is from the Kansas City suburb of Overland Park where he followed the Chiefs and Royals. Since moving to the greatest state in America, Chuck has adopted the Cowboys and Red Raiders as his own. He's frightened by velcro, off-put by sunsets, and he talks when it's time (and most other times as well).
Jeff is the Co-host for The Sunday Sports Blitz Sunday from 9am to Noon and the former producer for Tech Talk weekdays from 11am-1pm on Double T 104-3. He came to Lubbock after graduating from Clear Creek High School in League City, Texas in 1997. Jeff started working in radio in 2000, and joined Double T 104-3 in August of 2009. His favorite sport is any that Texas Tech competes in and baseball -- any baseball. He loves classic rock, dogs, and a medium-well steak. He adheres to the quote:"Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains."
Cody Stoots is the producer of The Morning Drive and Tech Talk. He is also the host of the Shiner Bock post game show after Texas Tech football and the co-host of the Sunday Sports Blitz. He is a proud graduate of Texas Tech University class of 2012. Stoots came to Lubbock from Houston in 2007 and has been with Double T since the fall of 2011. Stoots is a pop culture savvy trivia junkie to accompany his penchant for sports discussion.
Chois is a 2013 graduate of Texas Tech and native of God's country (West Texas). Chois can be heard from time to time on the Bottom Line, but his main job as the producer is to make Casey and Jamie sound golden. You can also hear him during the school year on the High School Fan Zone as he hosts coaches from Coronado, Cooper, Estacado, Frenship, Lubbock High and Monterey. Chois is a fan of the Cowboys, Rangers and of course the Red Raiders, but some people might say his downfall is that he is a Spurs fan.