Interview with Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz
Iowa's Kirk Ferentz enters his 15th season as head coach of the Hawkeyes, good for longest-tenured head coach in the Big Ten.
Alex Gilliland spoke to Ferentz about Iowa's disappointing 2012 season and how he thinks the program can get back on track.
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Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Alex Gilliland is a Senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism from York, Pennsylvania. Alex is enrolled in Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College and plans to graduate in May of 2014.
Alex is currently working for CBS Sports in New York City as a Sports Production intern.
Alex aspires to become a sports anchor and a play-by-play broadcaster for a major sports network. He has been reporting and anchoring since high school and is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. In addition to working as a Sports Director for ComRadio, Alex works for the Centre Country Report and is currently employed by the Video Department of Penn State Athletics as a Production Assistant, Play-by-Play Broadcaster and Reporter.
Alex also broadcasts Penn State Women’s Soccer for Big Ten StudentU and football and basketball games for C-NET in State College.
In addition to media work at Penn State, Alex has completed multiple internships in the broadcast field over the summer semesters. Alex has worked for CBS Sports as a Sports Production intern in New York City, Dial Global Sports/Westwood One Radio in New York City, the National Football Foundation in New York City, FOX 43 Sports in York, PA and Sports Radio 1350 WOYK in York, PA.
Alex looks forward to the opportunities ahead. We Are…