Bay Area Sports Fan!

A blog for a Bay Area Sports Fan


Thanks for stopping by. I am a native Bay Area guy who has been a sports fan since before birth. I figured it was time to join the revolution and blog my thoughts and see if anyone cares. Some more details for those that want it:

My true loves are the 49ers and Stanford football, not necessarily in that order. I have been a season ticket holder at Stanford since 1980 and have only missed three home games since then. (once for my aunt’s wedding and twice related to my wife’s birthday).

Football is the greatest sport in the world! I love college hoops. Baseball gets me through the summer. The NBA has lost my interest. Ice hockey is great when in attendance and there is nothing like Stanley Cup Playoff hockey at the Sharks Tank!

I have been in broadcast journalism since the early 90s. I have a degree from UCSC.

I am married and have a dog.

Is this too much info on me?

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you keep coming back.


2 Responses to “About”

  1. Christie said

    Welcome to the crazy blog world. I’m not such the sports girl, so I probably won’t read this too often, but I think it’s great to be taking the step to put your thoughts into writing. I’m wondering about the “Native Bay Area guy” mentioned in your “about” section. What do you do with him? LOL

  2. davefowkes said

    Thanks. It is a bit of an experiment for future endeavors. Got to join the new age at some point I guess. 🙂 Thanks for the encouragement! And thanks for the editing, LOL, did not even notice that. Now you know my greatest weakness as a writer, self-editing. 🙂

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