Rob began his broadcasting career in 1992. He joined WCLS-TV Channel 62 (Columbus,Ohio) as Assistant Sports Director. In September 1992, WCLS started their High School Football Game of the Week coverage with Rob serving as color commentator. Rob was promoted to Sports Director and took over as lead play-by-play man for both high-school and Continental Basketball Association coverage. In December 1992, he became to youngest lead play-by-play announcer ever for a professional sports league (19years, 11 months and 17 days). In 1994, Rob went back to color commentary and joined Production Partners/Central Ohio Sport Television when they took over the Game of the Week from WCLS. In 1997, Rob was promoted to Executive Producer of the game telecasts. Rob remained with Sport TV until the end 2003. After a four-year hiatus, he returned as co-creator and co-host of The Rob and Mob Show.
Jeremy began his journalism career in 1994 as a writer for the Palomar College (San Marcos, CA) Telescope. After holding the positions of sports editor and then co-editor-in-chief at the Telescope he joined the Pomerado Newspaper Group (Poway, CA) as sports editor in February 1997. Jeremy spent two years covering three local high schools before enrolling at San Diego State to continue his education. While at SDSU, he became art director and then editor-in-chief of The Daily Aztec. Jeremy joined The San Diego Union-Tribune as a page designer in May 2001 working mainly on metro and sports pages. He then accepted a similar position at The Columbus Dispatch in July 2003. Eight years and some web design experience later, Jeremy moved back to sunny SoCal when an online training company called TargetSolutions came calling with a job offer. Jeremy is also webmaster of robandmob.com and co-host of The Rob and Mob Show.
TERRY BROWN has a strong passion for sports and have been watching, playing, or working in sports most of his life. His strongest passions are golf, college basketball, auto racing, and the NFL. However, if it piques his interest, he will certainly watch most anything, including an America's Cup yacht race, and you will rarely find him without an opinion on any of them. That passion, and perspective served me well the two seasons He spent at WCLS-TV, where he first met Rob. He worked as the color analyst during the 1992 and 1993 high school football and basketball seasons as well as one season as the color analyst for the CBA's Columbus Horizon. He spent 8 years working as a golf professional in Tucson at two of Arizona's finest courses. He was the Head Professional at the Hilton El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, which is home to the Hilton Golf Academy. Prior to that he was an assistant professional at La Paloma Country Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design consistently rated among Golf Digests Top 100 resort courses. In fact, more of you have seen this course than you realize for it was featured in the movie Tin Cup. Contrary to popular opinion, being a golf professional is not all fun and games. But, as he always says...if one has to work, it may as well be at a nice place.
MARK VUCHENICH is a lifelong player, fan, coach, student and worshipper of all things football. American football is OK too, but when your European (Yugoslavia)-born father fits into the 'architects of modern popularity of the game in America' demographic (and is a former 3-year letterman for Ohio University's Div. I program), it is hard not to follow suit. Mark himself has been involved with the sport since his first night in a crib (there are pictures) and recently reaffirmed player status in a rec league. That's 30 years of football (ok, soccer for all the American crowd). Along the way he's played youth, high school (2-year captain, OVAC and Regional all-star selection), spring Cup Travel team (WV Open State Cup Championship 1998), two plus years as a walk on at perennial NCAA Div III powerhouse Bethany College and in countless indoor and recreational leagues. He's also coached his high school alma mater's junior varsity program as well as put on clinics for youth players from time to time. Mostly, Mark is a connoisseur of anything relating to the beautiful game, from legendary EPL match ups to the latest Adidas Predator boots to what might be the trends in haircuts in the next World Cup. Mark has a BA in Communications from Bethany College, Bethany, WV as well as an MA in Global Marketing & Advertising from Emerson College, Boston, MA.