Gary Radnich was born and raised in the Bay Area’s own San Jose, California. He initially attended BYU on a basketball scholarship, but eventually transferred to UNLV, where he drove a big purple Cadillac ("Raddy's Caddy") to impress his teammates and secure guest stars passing through Las Vegas for his popular TV interview show.
Radnich started his broadcast career at KVVU in Henderson, Nevada. From there, he had stints at KTLX in Sacramento, California and KMPH-TV in Fresno, California. From 1982-1985, Radnich served as the sports director at WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio, where he also called Ohio State Buckeyes football games. He has been a personality on Bay Area KRON-TV since 1985. Gary now enters his 20th year at KNBR, having been on air since 1992.
Larry Krueger re-joined KNBR this August, after a 5-year stint that saw him do broadcasting at KGO Radio, Sports Byline USA Network, KHTK Radio and Sirius/XM's Mad Dog Radio.
Over the last 15 years, Krueger has been heavily involved in the Bay Area media scene. He originally came to KNBR in the Summer of 1997, after a two year stint working as a Pro Personnel scout for the Arizona Cardinals under Pro Personnel Director Keith Kidd and GM Joe Woolley. Prior to his stint with the Cardinals, Krueger worked in the Canadian Football League as a Quality Control-Defense coach on Kay Stephenson’s staff with the Sacramento Gold Miners. Krueger attended and played Lacrosse for Sacramento State University and majored in General Communications. He grew up in San Francisco as a huge 49ers, Giants, and Warriors fan and played football, basketball, and Lacrosse at Saint Ignatius College Preparatory and graduated in 1988.
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