From a very early age, Landrum has had a passion for sports broadcasting. After a successful internship with WJOX while earning his degree at Auburn, he was hired as a producer for the highly entertaining Sonny and Wimp Show. He went on to Co-Host the “Original’ JOX Roundtable with LT and hosted a weekly syndicated college pregame show, Under Center with Cole Cubelic and Ben Leard. He and Ryan Brown anchored Prep Football coverage on the JOX Friday Night High School Scoreboard Show and on Saturday’s he John SaBerre co-hosted JOX Gameday. Landrum also was the face of Birmingham Southern Athletics, hosting the BSC Sports Show for several years on WTTO TV.
Landrum has served in numerous play-by-play roles for NCAA Football, Baseball and Basketball as well as NCAA Beach and Indoor Volleyball including the Sunbelt and CCSA Conference Championships, the Under Armour All America Match. Landrum currently serves as the voice of the NCAA Collegiate Beach Volleyball National Championship as well as the AVCA (America Volleyball Coaches Association) Awards Show. He also acts as the week long emcee for all of the events the week of the FINAL 4 for volleyball.
Aaron Suttles is a multi award-winning journalist with a reputation for breaking news. He’s covered Alabama and the SEC for more than a decade. He graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in journalism. He began working for The Tuscaloosa News while pursuing his undergraduate degree. After ascending to the UA football beat writer position, Suttles quickly earned a reputation as one of the premier sources of information for Crimson Tide football.
He helped The Tuscaloosa News earn the Pulitzer Prize in the breaking news category for the organization’s coverage of the deadly outbreak of tornadoes on April 27, 2011. He first began in radio in the summer of 2016, hosting The Suttles Approach on Monday through Friday from noon to 2 in Tuscaloosa. He won an ABBY award for best Medium Market Sports Show/Sports Talk Show in the state of Alabama. Suttles is a native of Leighton, Ala.