Podcast: That Sports Girl, Gina Miller, Talks Josh Hamilton And Building Her Own Media Empire

She was far better dressed than our hosts at the Old Monk.

Ear-Burner logoThursday afternoon former CBS 11/TXA 21 sports reporter Gina Miller — now proprietor of Gina Miller Media and Gina Miller’s Blog —  stopped by the Old Monk to talk about Josh Hamilton’s return, her new life as a lifestyle blogger, and why she was forced to endure years of living in Houston during the 1990s.

Also whom does Tim force Gina to call and confess her undying love for in the middle of the show? You’ll have to listen to find out.

First, a few clarifications and audio-visual aids for the episode:

1. Former Dallas Cowboys player Dexter Coakley is 5-feet-10-inches tall.

2. Former Dallas Cowboys player Dat Nguyen is 5-11.

3. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley is 5-8, the shortest member of the team. And he can do this:

4. Address the Dalai Lama as “Your Holiness.”

5. Nerissa Knight is a reporter at KTLA in Los Angeles. She previously spent three years in Dallas at KTVT (CBS 11).

6. This never gets old:

7. Fox 4 sports anchor Max Morgan died last September of congestive heart failure.

8. Realtor Gina Miller is the founder of a top-producing real estate team in Cary, North Carolina.

9. Innergy Fitness dir. of education Stephanie Hanson recently offered tips for getting fit for summer on non-Realtor Gina Miller’s blog:

10. FC Dallas sits in second in the MLS western conference.

11. Phi Slama Jama was the nickname of the University of Houston men’s basketball teams from 1982 to 1984. Gina Miller graduated from UH in 1996.

12. The Dream Shake:

13. The Naismith Trophy is presented annually to the top men’s and women’s college basketball players in the country.

14. George P. Bush is Texas Land Commissioner, head of the Texas General Land Office, the agency responsible for management of public lands owned by the state. They do not regulate the oil and gas industry. That responsibility falls to the Texas Railroad Commission.

15. John Nicholas “Nicky” Sheets — whom D readers may remember from this January 2009 cover story — was sentenced to 40 months in prison for tax evasion in August 2010. He was released on October 10, 2013.


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