Rodger Wyland joined WNYT-TV NewsChannel 13 in August 1986 as a weekend sports anchor/sports reporter. He is now the Sports Director, anchoring at 6 and 11 p.m. He also hosts Big Board Radio Sports Talk weekdays from 10 a.m. to noon on 104.5 The Team, and is the play by play announcer for UAlbany Football and Basketball. Prior to joining WNYT-TV, Rodger was the Sports Director at WTAJ in Altoona, Pennsylvania, where he anchored sports on weekdays at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Rodger is a recipient of the Iris Award, presented for a half-hour special featuring tri-athlete John Gracey. He is also the winner of three New York State Broadcasters Awards for local sports coverage. A native of Altoona, Rodger graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Broadcasting in 1984. While at PSU, he was a play-by-play announcer at PSU basketball games for WPSX-TV. Rodger lives in Albany County with his wife and kids, and a crazy yellow lab.
Hicks Extension Proves Long Term Value For Both Sides
Hicks is coming off a career year at the plate, and he’s one of the best center fielders in baseball
Coach Brown’s Young Pups Getting More Comfortable In Winning Time
After an 0-5 start the Great Danes rebounded to the middle of the pack in the America East
DeGrom Sets Opening Day Deadline And Mets Should Act On It
It’s a no-brainer, and would wrap up a successful off-season for General Manger Brodie Van Wagenen.
UAlbany Basketball Looks To Get Back On Track Wednesday At SEFCU Arena
UAlbany is gaining but can’t afford a setback against the River Hawks on Wednesday at SEFCU Arena.
Alliance of American Football Off To A Good Start, But Will It Last?
I would expect the ratings to go down before they go up in the new Alliance of American Football
Arena Football League Adds Sixth Team For 2019
Six teams, up from four makes a big difference, and it shows the fans that the league is growing and has a bright future.
Rodger: Patriots Dynasty May Not End Anytime Soon
The Kansas City Chiefs are the favorites to win the Super Bowl in 2020, but how can you pick against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick?
Healy’s Hot Shooting Could Be Preview Of Things To Come For UAlbany Basketball
Cam Healy will be a special player in the UAlbany men’s basketball program
RPI Hockey Beginning To Turn The Corner
RPI is getting very good goaltending and they are a deeper and more talented team
Rodger’s Key To Success For Rams, Stop The Run
The New England offensive line and running game is a big reason why they are back in the Super Bowl
Rodger: Mariano Rivera Deserved Every Vote He Received
The greatest closer in the game not only won the vote on the field, he won’t it off the field
Rodger’s Quick Take: NFL Needs To Allow PI To Be Reviewed
The NFL can’t allow a blown call to cost a team a trip to the Super Bowl