Chuck Freimund

Weekdays 6:00am - 10:00am

Chuck is a lifelong fan of the state's sports teams and has lived and worked in Wisconsin all of his life. Chuck started covering the Milwaukee sports scene when he was 14 and became the youngest network correspondent in the country with coverage for NBC, UPI and AP Radio while still in high school.In 1994, he became the first to host a show on a Milwaukee sports radio station. Has worked as the Sports Director at KFIZ/1530 ESPN radio in Fond du Lac and 107.5 "The Fan" in Green Bay, where he was the play by play voice of UW Green Bay Basketball.

Hometown: Greendale

Favorite drink: Chocolate Martini

What word best describes you? Loyal, because when I’m "all in," I’m "all in!"

Who would play you in a movie about your life? Jeff Bridges.

What’s on your iPod? All 80's Music.

Describe a perfect day off for you: A 2:30 Tee time, going out for a great Mexican dinner and then out for a few beers.

If you weren’t in radio, what job would you have? School Athletic Director

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    Jerry Lai
    July 12, 2017 - 4:00 pm

    Somehow I knew there would be a little drama coming out of the All Star Game last night..Unused Corey Knebel went thru all the workouts and festivities only to be out of the game..

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    John David Mercer - USA Today Sports
    June 15, 2017 - 5:49 pm

    Earlier this week, Chuck Freimund had the chance to talk with Fox Sports' Joe Buck about the U.S. Open, his book ...

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    © Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports
    June 14, 2017 - 12:59 pm

    The run of majors that we have had here in the state of Wisconsin is getting close to expiring.. Its been a great run, starting with the 1999 US Women’s Open at Blackwolf Run,continuing thru...

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    © Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
    May 31, 2017 - 12:56 pm

    I get teased, often, about having never lived outside of the great state of Wisconsin. Yep, been here all my life and grew up about 5 minutes from WSSP. The bottom line, I'll never leave the state...

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