ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Local sports personality and broadcaster Susie Wargin will join the Denver Broncos radio broadcast team this fall as its sideline reporter, it was announced on Wednesday by KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM, the team's flagship radio partner.
Wargin will join Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Rick Lewis (color commentary) during KOA NewsRadio's 50th season serving as the flagship of the Denver Broncos Radio Network. KOA NewsRadio's sister station, 103.5 The Fox, is set to simulcast Broncos games along with more than 70 Broncos Radio Network affiliates throughout the West.
A fourth generation Colorado native, Wargin began her communications career in Fort Collins as a radio intern while attending Colorado State University. After graduating with a B.A. in Speech Communications from CSU, she began a career in media.
In 1992, Wargin started weekend overnights at KTCL. From there, Wargin "Rocked the Rockies" at KBPI for nine years and is currently the midday personality at 103.5 The Fox.
Wargin's passion for sports has been tightly woven into her radio and TV careers: CSU radio football sideline reporter, first full-time female sports reporter for KOA, morning sports anchor at KUSA-TV and the host of specialty shows like the weekly John Elway Show and CSU Coaches Show. Wargin has traveled and covered Denver area teams in two Super Bowls, the World Series, Stanley Cup playoffs, Frozen Four and NCAA Bowl games & March Madness. She also covered the 2010 Olympics for KUSA-TV/NBC in Vancouver.