Catch every St. Louis Rams football game this season on St. Louis radio station 101 ESPN (101.1 FM WXOS), a Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. media property.
Entering their Fifth season as the St. Louis Rams flagship radio station, 101 ESPN is a 100,000 watt FM Sports/Talk station that leads the St. Louis market among Men 25-54 listeners, and is consistently a Top 5 radio station in the Sports/Talk format across the country.
In addition to full game day coverage - which includes a comprehensive live three-hour Pre-Game show each week, as well as three hours of Post-Game coverage following each game broadcast - 101 ESPN airs weekly shows, exclusive interviews and daily coverage of the Rams. 101 ESPN also features weekly call-in segments from Wide Receiver Chris Givens on “The Fast Lane” afternoon drive show and Former Ram Torry Holt joins 101 ESPN weekly Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays. In addition Head Coach Jeff Fisher entertains calls and listener interaction on his weekly radio show from 7-8 pm on Monday Nights.
From the NFL scouting Combine and Draft, to training camp and all pre-season games, and throughout the season up to the NFL playoffs, the experienced broadcast team and radio staff at 101 ESPN provides the most extensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of the St. Louis Rams throughout the St. Louis area.
Steve Savard – Play by Play Announcer
Steve Savard, a St. Louis native and former Dallas Cowboy player, has served as the “Voice of the Rams” since 2000.
Savard is an award-winning sportscaster who has earned six Emmy awards, including “Best Sportscaster” honors in 1999, 2001 and 2003. In 2003, Steve also earned a first-place Missouri Broadcasters Association sports award for a special program, "The Cardinals - A Team to Remember." His play-by-play work on the Rams Radio Network helped the Rams broadcasts earn "Air Awards" for the Best Sports Play-By-Play in St. Louis in 2000, 2001, and 2010.
Steve Savard is the lead sportscaster at KMOV-TV, the CBS affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri. He played football at both Parkway North High School in St. Louis County, and at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri.
D’Marco Farr – Color Commentator
D’Marco Farr is a former NFL player with the Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams. Wearing #75, Farr played defensive tackle for the Rams from 1994–2000 and recorded 36.5 career sacks. He was a member of the Rams team that won Super Bowl XXXIV. Farr was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Rams out of the University of Washington in 1994.
Farr had his best season in 1995 when he recorded 11.5 sacks and 1 interception. Farr also recorded 8.5 sacks in the Rams 1999 Super Bowl season. In college, he was a member of the undefeated 1991 University of Washington team that won the CNN/USA Today NCAA National Championship. Farr played high school football at John F. Kennedy High School in Richmond, California.
From 2005 until September 2007, Farr hosted the D'Marco Farr Show with Kevin Kiley on KSPN in Los Angeles. Farr is now a part of 101 ESPN’s afternoon drive program, “The Fast Lane”, with Chris Duncan and Randy Karraker.
Tony Softli – Sideline Reporter
101 ESPN’s NFL Insider/Reporter & On-Air Talent, Tony Softli is the St. Louis Rams Radio Sideline Reporter. After working as an NFL Analyst on Rams Radio in 2010, he was promoted to his current game day broadcast position.
As a former NFL Front Office Executive with fifteen years of personnel experience – including 4 with the St. Louis Rams organization – Tony Softli has evaluated both professional and collegiate players, and has organized and managed the complete personnel process from training camp to the Draft.
As the resident NFL “Insider”, Softli’s weekly contributions on the air and through his 101 ESPN blog informs and educates Sports/Talk radio listeners on all NFL and Rams topics. Tony offers his educated insight and complete analysis regarding Rams games and personnel situations as they arise.
Chris “Hoss” Neupert – Director and Executive Producer
For the past four seasons, Chris “Hoss” Neupert has been the Director and Executive Producer of the St. Louis Rams Radio Network with 101 ESPN. Neupert has spent the past 15 years in in leadership roles on Sports/Talk radio, with 101 ESPN and other St. Louis sports radio stations.
A St. Louis native, “Hoss” began his broadcasting career early with high school football games, and served as the color analyst and also as the sideline reporter for Washington University’s football program.
In addition to his Rams Radio Network duties, Chris “Hoss” Neupert was recently named the Program Director at 101 ESPN.
101 ESPN’s game day broadcasting line-up and shows includes the following personnel:
Rams Radio Pre-Game Show:
Host: Randy Karraker
Analyst: Neil Rackers and Anthony Stalter
Executive Producer: Chris “Hoss” Neupert
Rams Radio In-Game Coverage:
Play by Play: Steve Savard
Color Analyst: D’Marco Farr
In-Game Reporter: Tony Softli
Studio Host: Mike Rider
Executive Producer: Chris “Hoss” Neupert
Rams Radio Post-Game Show:
Hosts: Zach McCrite
Analysts: Michael Young and Carey Davis
Studio Host: Tom Casey
Executive Producer: Chris “Hoss” Neupert
2013 Affiliates
KREF-Norman Oklahoma 1400 AM
KASR-Little Rock/Vilonia AR 92.7 FM
WSJD-Princeton IN 100.5 FM
KNEA-Jonesboro AR  970 AM
KNEA-Jonesboro AR 95.3 FM
KBTC-Houston MO 1250 AM
KUNQ-Houston MO 99.3 FM
KDBB-Bonne Terre MO 104.3 FM
KTUI-Sullivan MO 1560 AM
KTGR AM Columbia MO 1580 AM
KTGR FM Columbia MO 103.5 FM
KTGR FM Columbia MO 100.5 FM
KMYK-Osage Beach MO 93.5 FM
KRHW-Sikeston MO 1520 AM
KJXX-Jackson MO 1170 AM
KLPW-Cuba MO 107.3 FM
KRZK-Branson MO 106.3FM
KYRO-Troy, MO 1280 AM
WXLT-Christopher IL 103.5 FM
WMIX-MT. Vernon IL 940 AM
WTAD-Quincy IL 930 AM
WEAI-Lynnville IL 107.1
WXEF-Effingham IL 97.9 FM
WHCO-Sparta IL 1230AM
WINI-Murphysboro IL 1420 AM
WJBD-Salem IL 100.1FM
WZUS-Decatur IL 100.9FM
For more information about joining the Rams Radio Network, contact 101 ESPN’s Director and Executive Producer Chris “Hoss” Neupert at 314-983-6000 or via email at Additional details regarding St. Louis Rams Football on 101 ESPN is available at their website –
About Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc.
Started in 1923, Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. is an American television and radio broadcasting corporation based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota that was started by Stanley E. Hubbard. Hubbard Broadcasting now operates 21 radio stations as well as twelve television stations in Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Utah, and the District of Columbia.
In addition to radio and television broadcast stations, other Hubbard Broadcasting companies include the satellite and cable networks ReelzChannel (launched in 2006) and Ovation TV, F&F Productions and the Hubbard Radio Network, which is used to distribute KSTP-AM's local talk shows to subscribing radio stations in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
Hubbard Broadcasting is a family-run and -operated business. In the past 10 years, Hubbard radio stations have been awarded multiple NAB Marconi Awards, NAB Crystal Awards, NABEF Service to America Awards and AWM Gracie Awards.