Yo. I'm Eliot. Though I am a fresh face with Townsquare Media, I've been doing broadcasting in different capacities for four years now. I got my start at Northern Iowa's student radio station as a co-host of a sports talk show, Clough and Q Sports Talk. After our first show, I was hooked. Since, I've done play-by-play on ESPN+ at UNI, produced USA Football's Coach and Coordinator podcast, hosted several sports podcasts of my own, covered the New Orleans Pelicans, written for the Wisconsin State Journal, * takes breath * called games for the Waterloo Bucks, and much, much more. I (clearly) like sports and am a ride-or-die UNI Panther. Go Cats. #EverLoyal
Big News for UNI Football: All-American Cornerback is Transferring
Known as a lockdown corner for Northern Iowa, the defensive back has received a plethora of national awards at the FCS level.
Remembering Iowa Basketball’s Chris Street 29 Years Later
On a Tuesday night in 1993 -- 29 years ago today to be exact -- Iowa basketball player Chris Street was killed in a tragic car accident in Iowa City.
Stranger Arrives at Iowa Home and Asks to Buy… a Monkey?
The people who arrived at the residence in Mason City looking for the monkey showed up past 1 a.m., and they had already driven over four hours.
Iowa Senator Claims Democrats are ‘Gaslighting the American People’
Joni Ernst penned a column to the Indianola Independent Advocate, claiming Washington Democrats want to determine who represents Iowans.
MLK Day: Remembering His First Visit to Iowa
His first visit to the Hawkeye State and Black Hawk County came in 1959.
UNI Football Loses Both Coordinators, Keeps All-MVFC Safety
Almost within two weeks of one another, it was announced that coordinators Jeremiah Johnson and Shawn Watson would be leaving the program, but the Panthers will bring back a key piece to the defense.
The Bald Eagle Population in Eastern Iowa is Booming
Considering the population of bald eagles across the state was significantly lower just thirty years ago, the increase in numbers is astounding.
Quad Cities Elementary School has an ‘After School Satan’s Club’
A flyer circulated around the Moline-Coal Valley School District Tuesday promoting an after-school club sponsored by the Satanic Temple.
Iowans Nearly QUADRUPLED How Much They Bet on Sports in 2021
Following one major change to Iowa law, the turnout to bet on sports exploded.
Iowans Set Another Record in Organ Donation in 2021
For the fourth year in a row, a record-high amount of Iowans donated organs.