Knox Bardeen – Weekends / Falcons Reporter
Knox Bardeen is a show host at 92-9 The Game and content creator for 929TheGame.com. He got his first journalism job in 2007 when his fantasy baseball blog was discovered by an editor at Fanball.com. Since then, Knox has worked for FanHouse, CBSSports.com, Comcast Sports Southeast, Bleacher Report, the Macon Telegraph and FOX Sports South and was the Atlanta Falcons TV correspondent for FOX Sports 1.
Knox is the co-author of the book “100 Things Falcons Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die.”
Hometown: Weaverville, N.C.
College: Kennesaw State University
Do you really think you can hit an R.A. Dickey knuckle ball? No, you can’t.
Atlanta Falcons CEO and president Rich McKay announced Mercedes-Benz Stadium would open on August 26 when the Arizona Cardinals come to town.
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Jason Longshore, color commentator for Atlanta United, also joined the show to break down week 11’s matchup with Houston.
Gordon Robinson and DeShaun Tate drop tons of NBA draft knowledge in their Hittin’ the Hardwood podcast.
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