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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
  • Pinkel Says- Keep the Bar High

    There’s a theory out there that Mizzou football is a 7-8 win program. That’s their ceiling and the school and fan base needs to be realistic.  I asked former coach Gary Pinkel that question.   He does not agree.

  • TKO: The Drinkwitz Hire

    The Mizzou Athletic Director said he wanted a bold hire.   After a nudge from the Board of Curators, that’s what he got.   The Drinkwitz hire is the focus of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: Drew Lock Gives Mizzou Fans A Lift

    Mizzou fans looking for something to celebrate may we offer up Drew Lock.  The Tigers former quarterback has a memorable NFL debut.  It’s the focus of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).  

  • Blues Buzz with Andy Strickland

    The Blues have suffered major injuries, but they keep on winning.   FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talks about what’s working during this 3 game winning streak with Andy Strickland from FOX Sports Midwest.    

  • Jackie Smith Talks Football, Perryville Veterans Memorial

    The Pro Football Hall of Fame Tight End Jackie Smith was the guest this week on Sunday Sports Extra.   The former football Cardinals star talks with FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne about what it’s like to have your team leave town.  If St. Louis had built the Big Red a stadium, how different would our NFL story be?  Plus, the great work Jackie is doing with  Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial in Perryville, Missouri.

  • TKO: Sheldon Richardson Steps Up

    There was a recent fundraiser for Matthews-Dickey boys and girls club and they were just a bit short of their goal.   That’s when the former Gateway Tech and Mizzou football star Sheldon Richardson delivered a huge pledge.  It’s the focus of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: NCAA Didn’t Make It Right. Mizzou make em pay.

    The Mizzou motto for months was make it right.   The NCAA did not.  With the appeal denied, the question is what’s next?   Maybe it’s time for all member schools to take a hike and leave the NCAA behind. It’s the focus of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).  

  • Kirkwood Football Loads up on Pizza for Turkey Day Game

    On Thursday the annual Turkey Day game will feature Kirkwood High School vs Webster Groves.   A tradition that goes back more than a century.   But Kirkwood Pizzeria is trying to start a new tradition.  A pizza eating contest for the Kirkwood lineman before the big game.  

  • TKO: Hey Mizzou, Arkansas Is Way Worse

    Mizzou may find out soon if their NCAA appeal was successful.   The decision could be as soon as Tuesday.  Problem is football fans have lost interest and a bowl game no longer means much.   But Mizzou’s opponent this week (Arkansas) is really, really bad.  It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: Odom Heads in Wrong Direction

    Mizzou football has lost 5 straight.  The dream season has turned into a nightmare.  Even a win over Arkansas on Friday does very little to excite the fan base. This was the year Barry Odom could win over his critics, but he didn’t.   It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • Laila Anderson turns the tables on Joe Buck during this interview

    ST. LOUIS – It was in October of 2018, that Fox Sports broadcaster Joe Buck reached out to Martin Kilcoyne with a request. There was a young girl who needed a bone marrow transplant. The young girl’s name was Laila Anderson. Her struggle and fight to survive coincided with the rise of her favorite team – the St. Louis Blues. Next month, Laila will meet the bone marrow donor who saved her life. In our latest visit, we decided to […]

  • TKO: Rams, LA, NFL Equals Disharmony

    The Saint Louis lawsuit against the Rams and NFL continues to drag on.   In a recent in-depth report from ESPN that outlines the continuing disharmony between Stan Kroenke and some NFL owners, the big concern moving forward is money.  Specifically, how much money this lawsuit could potential cost each team.  It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

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