By Steve Haywood Special to Published Sep 28, 2006 at 8:15 AM
Here is my first blog effort for I hope my spelling is decent and my content doesn't stink.

I have my own show on Milwaukee's ESPN Radio 1510 Days/1290 Nights called "That Being Said," which airs weeknights at 6 p.m. There are some things in my sports world that are constants. For example, Marques Johnson's uniform No. 8, should be retired by the Bucks and Sen. Herb Kohl. Greatness is defined by consistency. Tiger Woods on with a lead in a major on a Sunday is a great example of "greatness." I know and respect athletes that have the internal fortitude, or in layman's terms are CRAZY!
I also will dig into things that explain my thought processes on sports and life issues. I also have a life-threatening illness that I deal with day to day that also influences my thoughts more than ever now.

So, we got a lot of stuff to talk about. I'll fire off of few blogs on this site, so I hope you enjoy it. If you ever want to get at me do it by emailing me at the link above.

We'll be talking soon.
Steve Haywood Special to

Steve Haywood is the host of “That Being Said,” which airs weeknights at 6 p.m. on Milwaukee’s ESPN Radio 1510 Days / 1290 Nights. A lifelong Milwaukee resident, Steve has been working on the radio since 1996 and also is executive producer of Sports Perspectives on MATA Community Media.

After graduating from Milwaukee Tech High School in 1985, Haywood attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he graduated in 1991.

He has covered a number of major events, including the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 2002 and the NBA All-Star Game in 2003.

Haywood, 39, is married with two kids, a dumb cat and a dog described as a “real curmudgeon.”