Andy Lee joined the WTVA sports department in December 2013. The El Paso, Texas, native graduated from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, in 2007.
Andy returned to El Paso in the spring of 2008 to begin working as a producer and co-host of "Sportstalk", an afternoon drive sports radio show on the local ESPN radio affiliate. He was given his own two-hour sports radio show in July 2012.
While at the radio station, Andy picked up a part-time job at KVIA, an ABC affiliate in El Paso, as a news photographer. In June of 2013, KVIA offered him a full-time position as a weekend morning weatherman and fill-in sports anchor.
His real love is sports, and he was thrilled to receive the opportunity to cover sports in the heart of SEC country.
In his free time, you can find Andy watching and playing sports, going to the movies, or locating obscure "Late Night With David Letterman" clips from the 1980's on YouTube.
College and high school basketball.
Junior A.J. Brown earned second team honors at wide receiver, while offensive lineman Greg Little also hauled in second team accolades.
Peters shares this week's nod with Tennessee's Admiral Schofield
State has now extended its ranking streak to 80 consecutive weeks and has been in the Top 10 for 44 straight weeks.
The Bulldogs check in at No. 17 in the USA Today/Coaches Top 25 and at No. 18 in the AP Top 25.
MacIntyre was fired by Colorado in November.
Drew Brees threw for one touchdown and ran another Sunday to help the New Orleans Saints rally from an 11-point halftime deficit to clinch their second straight NFC South title with a 28-14 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Area scores for Saturday, December 8.
Breein Tyree had a team high 22 points, including 17 in the second half, for his third straight 20+ point game.
Lamar Peters matched his own program single-game record with eight, and No. 22 Mississippi State canned a program school-record 19 treys to claim an 82-71 victory over Clemson during Saturday's Never Forget Tribute Classic at the Prudential Center.