Talent & Affiliates

RSN TALENT

CHUCK BARRETT

Play-by-play for Football and Men’s Basketball

Barrett is entering his eighth season as the play-by-play announcer for the Razorbacks and he’s no stranger to Arkansas fans or the Razorback Sports Network broadcast team. This is his 20th year on the broadcast crew, including spending 13 years as the executive producer. Prior to taking over play-by-play responsibilities in the 2007 season, his duties included hosting the pre-game show, halftime and scoreboard shows, and the football version of the Razorback Report. He has also worked as the play-by-play man for baseball since Arkansas joined the SEC in 1992 and added men’s basketball play-by-play to his duties prior to the 2010-11 season. Barrett was recognized by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame as the 2007 and 2008 Arkansas Sportscaster of the Year.

QUINN GROVEY

Football, Sideline Reporter
Football, Pre-Game/Post-Game Shows

Grovey is in his 17th year on the broadcast team. The former Hog quarterback is a co-host of the pre-game and post-game shows, and provides insight during games as a sideline reporter. Grovey is a regional personnel manager for Home Depot.

SCOTT INMAN

Football, Pre-Game/Post-Game Shows

Inman is in his 16th year working on game broadcasts. He serves as the pre-game and post-game Scoreboard Show co-host along with Quinn Grovey. Inman is also co-anchor of KATV’s 5,6 and 10 p.m. newscasts.

KEITH JACKSON

Football, Color Commentator

Jackson is in his 15th season as a part of the broadcast team. The Little Rock native was a two-time All-American at Oklahoma, and a six-time Pro Bowl and three-time All-Pro selection, playing in the NFL with Philadelphia, Miami and Green Bay, and winning a Super Bowl championship with the Packers. Jackson has worked as an analyst for TNT and FOX Sports network telecasts.

RICK SCHAEFFER

Baseball, Color Commentator
Football, Pre-Game/Post-Game Shows

Schaeffer is in his 21st year with Razorback football. He was the color analyst for 10 seasons and is now, along with Grovey, a co-host. Schaeffer worked in the UA Sports Information Department for 24 years, 21 of those years serving as director. Rick is the communication director for the Springdale School District, co-host of Drive Time.

SCOTTY THURMAN

Men’s Basketball, Color Commentator

Thurman played for the Razorbacks from 1993-95 helping lead Arkansas to a pair of Final Fours, including the 1994 NCAA Championship and an NCAA Runner-up Finish in 1995. The Ruston, La., native is best known for hitting what simply is known as “The Shot” in Razorback Basketball history.

PHIL ELSON

Play-by-play for Women’s Basketball and Baseball

The 2009 Arkansas Sportscaster of the Year, Elson has 17 years professional baseball broadcasting experience including spending the past 14 seasons as the Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the Arkansas Travelers, the AA affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. Prior to joining the Travs, Elson called games for the Helena Brewers, Ogden Raptors and Mudville Nine. Elson has also served as a fill in replacement on Razorback Baseball broadcasts in the 2011-13 seasons.

RSN RADIO AFFILIATES

Affiliates  
BatesvilleKTHS-AM1480
BatesvilleKWOZ-FM103.3
BerryvilleKTHS-AM1480
CamdenKCXY-FM95.3
Cherokee VillageKSAR-FM92.3
CrossettKAGH-AM800
KAGH-FM104.9
De QueenKDQN-FM92.1
DeWittKDEW-FM97.3
El DoradoKMRX-FM96.1
FayettevilleKUOA-AM1290
KAKS-FM99.5
KIGL-FM93.3
KQSM-FM92.1
Forrest CityKBFC-FM93.5
Fort SmithKHGG-FM93.5
GlenwoodKWXI-FM98.9
KHGZ-AM670
Heber SpringsKAWW-AM1370
HelenaKFFA-AM1360
KFFA-FM103.1
HopeKHPA-FM104.9
Horseshoe BendKKIK-FM106.5
Hot SpringsKLBL-FM104.5
JonesboroKEGI-FM100.5
Little RockKABZ-FM103.7
MagnoliaKZHE-FM100.5
MarshallKBCN-FM104.3
MenaKTTG-FM96.3
Monett, MOKKBL-FM95.9
MonticelloKGPQ-FM99.9
MorriltonKVOM-FM101.7
Mountain HomeKOMT-FM107.5
OzarkKDYN-FM1540
KDYN-FM96.7
PocahontasKPOC-FM104.1
KPOC-AM1420
RussellvilleKCAB-AM980
KCJC-FM102.3
SearcyKSMD-FM99.1
StuttgartKWAK-FM105.5
Texarkana, TXKKTK-AM1400
WynneKWYN-FM92.5
KWYN-AM1400