Steve Schlanger

Steve currently does play-by-play for a variety of sports on NBC and NBCSN, ESPN and The UEFA Champions League.

Schlanger has been a play-by-play announcer more than 30 different sports for various networks during his career. His broadcasting highlights include: play-by-play for Major League Baseball, football for Fox Sports Net and the Big Ten Network, and hockey and basketball for CBS Sports Network.

Steve is a Native of St. Louis and Co-Hosts Indirect with fellow St.Louisian Tim Ream, captain of English Premier League side Fulham FC.

  Tim Ream

Born in St. Louis, Ream began his Soccer career with St. Dominic High School where he led the Crusaders to the 2004 MSHSAA State Title. He also as a member of St. Louis Scott Gallagher, won National Championships in 2003 and 2004. Tim played his college career at St. Louis University.

After being drafted in the second round of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft, Ream was a candidate for MLS Rookie of the Year for the New York Red Bulls. In 2012 he signed with then English Premier League side Bolton Wanderers. He would spend 3 seasons at Bolton, making 114 appearances for the club.

Since 2015 Ream has been a fixture of Fulham FC. In that time he has made 237 appearances scoring 3 goals. Ream has also risen to Captain London’s oldest team,  leading them to a 3rd promotion to the English top flight in 5 years. Following Fulham’s 2021 promotion to the Premier League, Ream was named to the Professional Footballers Association Team of the Year for the Championship 20-21 season. He is one of two Billikens to appear for The Cottagers, along with Brian McBride.

Tim has 46 international caps to his credit, scoring one goal for the U. S. National Team.



Brendan Wiese

In 2001, Brendan Wiese began his professional radio career as an intern in the KTRS sports department. He worked under Jim Heuer and Jim Holder among others, and reunited with them both as colleagues in 2016.

Brendan began his on-air professional career in 2004 when he joined KRMS Radio at the Lake of the Ozarks. He has been the voice of Camdenton Laker football since 2006, and the TV/Radio voice for the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout, Lake Race, and OPA Championship Powerboat races since 2010. In addition to many broadcasting duties, Brendan has been the P.A. voice for UMSL athletics since 2014.

The St. Louis native graduated from CBC followed by Lindenwood University.

In his spare time, Brendan usually tries — and fails terribly — at golf. He attempts to quote Seinfeld, Arrested Development, and Ghostbusters whenever the situation calls for it, and even when it doesn’t. He is also an ardent supporter/player of Daily Fantasy Sports.

On the air and off, Brendan can talk baseball for hours upon hours. He believes that March Madness is the greatest sporting event of all time. And for some reason, he roots vigorously for Northwestern Football.

Mark Moser

Mark Moser is a well-known name in St. Louis Soccer circles. Born and raised in St. Louis he attended Lewis & Clark Community College leading them to two 3rd Place finishes in NJCAA National tournaments. Then attending Sangamon State University and leading them to an NAIA National Championship in 1995. After his college days, he began his 14-year professional career playing indoor soccer for Dayton Dynamo, Memphis Storm, Indiana Kick, St. Louis Storm, St. Louis Ambush, and St. Louis Steamers.

In 1995 Mark led St. Louis Ambush to St. Louis’s first and only professional championship. He finished as St. Louis All-time leading Goalscorer amassing 622 goals and 201 assists in 404 games. He was a 5-time All-Star and represented the United States in the 1996 Futsal World Championships in Spain.

Mark has been with KTRS Radio for 23 years and is currently the Local Sales Manager as well as co-host of St. Louis Soccer Weekly.