Martin has been with the station since 1997 and has been the primary Sports Anchor since 2000. In addition to anchoring sports Sunday through Thursday, Martin hosts “Rams Weekly” Monday’s at 6:30pm.

A St.Louis native, Martin went to C.B.C. high school before heading to Marquette University. His broadcast career has included stops at KNAZ-TV in Flagstaff, Arizona; WJFW-TV in Rhinelander, Wisconsin; and WISC-TV in Madison, Wisconsin.

Martin’s time in the Northwoods included covering snowmobile racing and ice fishing. Career highlights include covering Brett Favre’s win in Super Bowl XXXI, Mark McGwire’s homer pursuit of Roger Maris, and the Rams improbable run to the Super Bowl XXXIV title, and the Cardinals World Series win in 2006.

Recent Articles
  • TKO: Dr. Chaifetz Sends Students to San Jose To Back Billikens

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The college budget probably doesn’t allow for a last minute flight to San Jose, California.  Dr. Richard Chaifetz, the Billikens big time booster, understands and wants Saint Louis University students to be there when the Bills play in the NCAA Tournament. Chaifetz said he is willing to spend $50,000 of his own money to get some students out west.    The deadline for students to register is 9am on Wednesday morning. A drawing will take place […]

  • TKO: The Way To San Jose Is Long and Winding for Isabell Jr.

    It doesn’t all make sense.  The Billikens saving their best for last to get to the NCAA Tournament.  But think about the long and winding road Tramain Isabell, Jr. took to getting there.  The guard from Seattle started the college career at Mizzou before transferring to Drexel.   This past summer he was headed to Xavier as a grad transfer before a phone call with SLU Coach Travis Ford changed his mind.      The Kilcoyne Opinion says we’ve finally answered […]

  • Billikens, Isabell Jr Get Ready For NCAA

    The Saint Louis University Billikens head to NCAA Tournament with an opening round game on Friday at 8:57pm  against Virginia Tech in San Jose, California.   Bills are the #13 seed in the Eastern Bracket.    Hokies are the #4 seed.   Travis Ford explains his jump into the Billikens mosh pit with his players after Sunday’s win in the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship.  Also, Tramaine Isabell, Jr.  talks about joining SLU last summer as a grad transfer.  He was ready to […]

  • TKO: NFL Continues To Hand Out Crazy Cash

    The NFL is handing out crazy cash these days.  Former Rams quarterback Nick Foles got $88 million.  A couple of former Mizzou players also hit it big in free agency.   The Kilcoyne Opinion says the craziest things is hearing the Browns are now a trendy pick for the Super Bowl.

  • TKO: St. Louis has chance to land MLS, Silence Critics

    On Monday, MLS Commissioner Don Garber was in St. Louis.  The local ownership group working towards gaining a franchise sent out a picture with Garber overlooking the Arch.  It’s the latest step in solidifying a major league soccer team.  MLS4THELOU indicated Monday’s meeting was also about showing what corporate support there would be for a team.   TKO:  The Kilcoyne Opinion talks about this important next step and it’s bigger meaning.

  • Blues Update: Maroon ok after scare, Binnington will start vs Arizona

    The Blues had a brief scare on Monday when forward Pat Maroon crashed into the boards and was helped off the ice.  Head Coach Craig Berube later said it was just a scare.  Berube also said it would be Jordan Binnington starting in goal vs Arizona on Tuesday night.

  • NBA Veteran Larry Hughes Stops By FOX-2 Studios

    He won a state championship at CBC High School and made the NCAA Tournament as a freshman at Saint Louis University.  Larry Hughes then played in the NBA for 13 seasons.  The St. Louis native has started his own basketball academy and they have a new facility in Chesterfield.   Larry stops by the Sports Final studios and talks with FOX-2 Sports Director about the academy, his career, and answers the great debate over LeBron or Michael?

  • Vashon Boys, Lutheran North Girls Both Reach State Title Game

    On Thursday, the FOX-2 Prep Zone took you to Springfield, Missouri for the Class 3 State Semifinals.   The Vashon Wolverines beat Charleston 70-47 to advance to the championship game.  Vashon has won 13 straight games.  They will face Springfield Catholic in the Class 3 Title Game.     The Lutheran North girls also advanced with a 56-48 win over Licking.   Madison Buford had 29 points.    FOX-2’s Zac Choate was there.  

  • Prep Zone: 4 local teams advance to State Quarterfinals

    The Prep Zone featured playoff basketball in Missouri for Class 5 Boys and Girls.   FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne has hilites from 4 games with the winners moving on to the State Quarterfinals.

  • Strickland Stops by to talk Blues Season

    The Blues scorching hot February gave way to March and the Blues lost their first two games of the month.    In a conversation that includes thoughts on goalie Jordan Binnington and coach Craig Berube, FOX Sports Midwest Blues Reporter Andy Strickland stops by the Sports Final studios to talk with FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne.

  • Chaifetz talks friendship with Majerus, and passion for SLU

    Doctor Richard Chaifetz talks about his friendship with the Billikens former coach Rick Majerus.  The SLU alum also explains his philanthropy towards his alma mater in this visit with FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne.

  • Isaac Bruce Talks Hall of Fame Snub and XFL in St. Louis

    Isaac Bruce was back in town.   That’s become a common sentence in his retirement.    This past week the Isaac Bruce Foundation teamed up with the Buddy Fund to distribute a $10,000 check to Gateway Stem High School.  The school will use the money to refurbish their weight room.  FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne catches up with the Rams legend.

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