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Justin Hull's Bio
I was born in 1981 and am life long Milwaukee and Wisconsin sports fan. I grew up in Germantown, Wisconsin, living through the glory years of the 1990’s for the Bucks and Brewers; suffering through the Steve Woodard and Marty Conlon era.  I am married to an amazing (in the fact she puts up with me) woman, Sam, and in April of 2014, our son, Preston, was born.  We live in Kaukauna with our dog Yoshi and cat Rev.

I am not a huge Packer fan and never really was. I enjoy the NFL as a whole (Fantasy Football driven, of course) more than pledging allegiance with one team. I played baseball, football, and ran track a couple of years at Germantown High School. The pinnacle of my sports career was catching the winning touchdown pass in THE 1998 Division 2 state championship game against Ashwaubenon, a 21-14 victory.

I have been working in radio since the year 2000 when I started up at UW Oshkosh. I spent 4 ½ years there before graduation in December of 2004. A few months after that, I spent 2 years on air and covering state sports in Fond du Lac. Then in June of 2007 I moved to Algona, Iowa where I was sports director of a station where I mostly did play-by-play of baseball, basketball, football and even volleyball.  After 8 months in the corn, I came to WSCO and hosted the Home Stretch from February 2008 to July 2014.  I am currently the Assistant Program Director on WSCO, co-host the Extra Point with Dennis Krause, and am the Morning Sports Anchor on WHBY.
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Ok...this is a good one.  The NFL has released ugly Christmas Sweaters for all 32 NFL teams...One of the Packers…
posted by Justin Hull 4 days ago
#452234370 / gettyimages.com I know I ruffled the feathers of Brewer fans earlier this weekend when I said the team’s…
posted by Justin Hull 7 days ago
So...the playoff is here in College Football!  However, they introduced a new trophy.  #HullYes or #HullNo to the new hardware?
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