Kevin O'Donnell is a sports anchor for FOX 13 News. He joined the FOX 13 team in June of 1988.
Kevin graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from the University of South Florida in Tampa.
He began his broadcasting career at WTVT as an intern in 1987. He is now not only a sports anchor for FOX 13 but also a reporter and producer.
Kevin has won various awards for his work including the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists Awards for Best Sports Reporting and Best Sports Special.
Kevin was born in Troy, New York and grew up in Manchester, Vermont. Kevin and his wife, Julie have two children, Jacob Anthony and Camden Grace. They have three dogs. He enjoys all sports, and is a coach for his son's Little League team and tackle football team.
The coronavirus shutdown in sports is having widespread effects. On college campuses around the country, it's not only games that are being lost; it's also revenue.
The Florida High School Athletic Association has come out today with the first decision in two weeks regarding all spring sports. They have extended the shutdown until at least until May 3, holding out hope that they can still salvage some spring games.
The NHL is heading into a third week of a shutdown.
The weights sit idle and baseballs are gathering dust at Kinetic Pro Performance in Tampa, a training studio owned by Casey Mulholland’s business. The former USF and Dodger pitcher strategizes on how to keep his clients ready to play ball.
Tom Brady didn’t receive the introduction to Tampa Bay that he deserved. The novel coronavirus threat left the Buccaneers with only one option of presenting Brady to the media and the Bay Area: Via a conference call.
Major League Baseball’s season is on hold due to the coronavirus, so the Tampa Bay Rays have sent their players and coaches home to be with their families.
Rays infielder Daniel Robertson is used to challenges. He's always had to fight to earn his way with the Rays, but this spring, it's like starting all over.
Coach Scott doesn’t look at his first head-coaching job as just a new coaching change; rather it's a complete culture change for the entire South Florida football program. This was the very first day that the entire group were on the field together.
Tampa Bay, the last winless team shutout the D.C. Defenders (2-2) in front of 12, 249 at Raymond James Stadium.
Lucas Wacha's path to the Tampa Bay Vipers is unlike anyone else on the team. He didn't come directly from the pros or college.