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Steve Sandmeyer hosts 1090 The Fan’s local show. Sandmeyer, a Seattle area native, has been in the Seattle sports radio market for more than 15 years and also has play-by-play announcing under his belt. The Loyola Marymount University graduate and his wife Jenni have two children — daughter Megan and son Joseph. Cougs are encouraged to keep the Sandman in check when he leans Husky.
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