Chris Duel hosts the new afternoon show on ESPN Radio 1250 The Zone along with Jason Minnix, weekdays 5p-7p.

A hometown boy, Chris has forged a connection with the people of San Antonio that joyously shines through in every broadcast.

Chris tackles all sides of the day's BIG stories from a fiercely independent perspective.  Speaking with sports stars, national newsmakers and local experts, Chris and his guests provide compelling and entertaining takes on the day's sports news.

No stranger to the Afternoon Drive audience, Chris has been a fixture for over a decade on local airwaves at KTSA and WOAI, where his show there became San Antonio's highest-rated radio talk show and set modern day ratings records for News-Talk format in San Antonio. In 2003, Chris' talk show became the #1 listened-to radio program (among all San Antonio stations, AM & FM) in Afternoon Drive by 25-54 year old listeners. In 2006 and 2007, The Chris Duel Show was voted "Best Local Talk Show" by the readers of The San Antonio Current in the newspaper's annual "Best of San Antonio" issue.

A well-known face in the community, Chris served four seasons as official courtside host/presenter/entertainer at the San Antonio Spurs NBA home games. He co-starred with actor John Schneider on KSAT-12's reality television show "Gimme The Mike," which gave South Texas singers a chance to reach for their dreams. Chris has traveled extensively, broadcasting from such remote locations as the aircraft carrier U.S.S. John C. Stennis while it was deployed for combat in the North Arabian Sea after 9/11, and he was one of ten talk show hosts nationwide selected to broadcast from Ground Zero on the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks.  He has also broadcast from various NBA cities on the Spurs road to the Championship and from two Super Bowls.  In 2004, Chris took his KTSA show to Israel for live broadcasts from the Holy Land. A seasoned public speaker, Chris has delivered motivational presentations to major corporations, including Abbott Laboratories, AT&T, USAA and others. He earned a B.A. with a double major in broadcast journalism and film from the University of Southern California, along with a Masters degree in film producing from the USC film school.  Chris also spent two years as a Cadet at the United States Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs.

Jason Minnix joined BMP Radio in January 2008 to co-host the afternoon drive show with Chris Duel on ESPN 1250 The Zone, which premiered in February 2008. He's on the air, weekdays from 5p-7p.

Jason has worked in the San Antonio radio market since 1993, bringing 15 years of experience to ESPN 1250 The Zone. He has covered the San Antonio Spurs on a regular basis since 1997, as well as every major sporting event in San Antonio over the last decade. In addition, Jason has covered the Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans, Houston Astros, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies and Texas Tech Red Raiders as well as major sporting events including Super Bowl XXXVIII, NBA All Star games, MLB All Star Games and NCAA Final Fours. 

He is a regular contributor to nationally syndicated Sporting News Radio, is the television play by play voice of UTSA Roadrunner basketball and Smithson Valley High School Football.

Prior to joining the team at ESPN 1250 The Zone, Jason anchored sports weekday mornings and hosted a weekly sports show on AM 930 KLUP from 2005-2007. In addition, he also hosted a show during Cowboys training camp with Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton.  Jason worked at New Braunfels radio stations KNBT-FM and KGNB-AM from 1997-2005. He co-hosted the "Jody and Jason Morning Show" on KNBT 92.1FM and anchored sports and hosted a sports talk show on AM1420 KGNB. He also handled all the stations high school play by play, including football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and even one soccer game. Jason also served as the Public Relations Director and radio announcer for the now defunct San Antonio Iguanas hockey team and was the Program Director of KENS AM1160 from 1994-1996.

After serving in the U.S. Navy as the Public Affairs Officer on the USS Seattle (AOE 3), Jason moved to San Antonio in 1993 and began his radio career at KTSA AM550, where he started anchoring overnight news and producing the morning show.  Jason and his wife Joanna have one child, daughter Erika.

Coach Paul Alexander is doing what he does best… Talk about sports. Coach A is the host of his own sports talk show on ESPN Radio 1250 THE ZONE - airing 11a-1p.

Coach A is no stranger to the media. He’s a 30-year veteran in both radio and television. Prior to THE ZONE, he gave sports updates and filled-in for other talk show hosts on News Talk 550 KTSA. He’s a two-time Emmy Award Winner honored by the Texas Association of Broadcasters, the Arizona Association of Broadcasters and the Missouri Association of Broadcasters.

Coach A has graced our television screens as a sports anchor on KTBC Austin, KOLD Tucson, KMOX (now KMOV) St. Louis (CBS owned and operated), and KSAT San Antonio.

He was a prime-time news anchor for The News of Texas, a statewide TV news network. Paul was also a frequent contributor to ESPN Sports Center and CBS’s NFL Today.

Coach A’s sports knowledge and experience goes back to the 11 years he coached high school varsity football. He was the play-by-play announcer and color analyst for the NBA, the NFL, The Southwest Conference (defunct), the Big 8 (now big 12), the Pac-10, the Southland Conference and the Canadian Football League.

When he’s not talking sports, Coach A is co-owner of Big Game Hunters Sports Travel, a TV show series for HD-Network. His is the author of Movin’ the Chains, a period piece about the uniquely American thing that is high school football. Movin’ the Chains is being adapted to a movie and is set to release in spring of 2009.

Coach A holds a BA in Journalism from Texas State University and a MA in Communications Research from the University of Incarnate Word. Outside his busy work schedule, Coach A spends his free time with his wife Kay and his daughter Whitney.

Mike Golic is co-host of ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning show (5-9 a.m.) which premiered October 12, 1998 and is carried by more than 200 affiliates nationwide.  He also serves as an analyst for ESPN and ESPN2’s NFL studio programming, as well as for the networks’ college football game coverage.

Golic joined ESPN in 1995 as an NFL reporter/analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown.  Since then he has worked as the color commentator for the Arena Football League (1996-98) and the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars pre-season games (1995-98).  In 1998, Golic began serving as college football analyst for ESPN and ABC, and was an original analyst for NFL 2Night, the five-night-per-week news and information program on ESPN2.  That program ran through the 2002 season.  Beginning in 2003, he held a similar position on ESPN2’s NFL Live.

Golic and his ESPN Radio co-host Mike Greenberg, with a special guest appearance by Michael Vick, were featured in the Radio network’s second on-air television promo.

Golic is a nine-year NFL veteran, playing defensive tackle for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins.  During his seven years in Philadelphia, he began his television career with a weekly segment on the Randle Cunningham Show.  He received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award for his feature “Golic’s Got It.”

Golic, born Dec. 12, 1962, is a 1985 graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he served as captain of the football team during his senior season.  He also wrestled for the Irish.

Golic is married with three children.

Mike Greenberg joined ESPN in September 1996 as an anchor for ESPNEWS, ESPN’s 24-hour sports news network, which launched in November of that year. He was named co-host of The Morning Show on ESPN Radio on December 30, 1999, and continues his anchor role for the 6pm ESPN SportsCenter.

Prior to joining ESPN Greenberg had worked as a sports anchor/reporter for the regional cable news network CLTV in Chicago, Ill., since April 1995. While there, he covered all local sports teams for the 24-hour cable news network, anchored sportscasts and hosted SportsPage, a one-hour Sunday night program featuring live guests and viewer calls.

In addition, Greenberg had worked for Chicago’s WSCR-Radio (1992-96) serving as a reporter (covering events including the World Series, Super Bowl, etc.) and talk show host.

From 1994-95, Greenberg worked as a reporter for SportsChannel Chicago. He also worked as a syndicated sports columnist for the California-based Copley News Service, writing a weekly column (1993-95). Previously Greenberg worked for Chicago’s WMAQ-Radio as sports anchor/reporter from 1989-92.

Born August 6, 1967, Greenberg is a 1989 graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. The New York City native is married and has two children.