A deep look into the twisted, sexually obsessed, Peyton Manning accuser that keeps vulgarity at an all-time high.
Brandon M. Spano, was born in Berlin, Germany raised in Denver, and is currently the CEO and Co-founder of BSNDenver.com. Career: I published many pieces of content from 2005-2009 for publications such as Bleacher Report, FOX Sports, and Yardbarker. I began my radio career in 2009 and would spend the next 6 years hosting my own show and being featured on others both locally and nationally. At the height of my career, I was hosting the only live and local sports talk show in the market every weekday between 9am-Noon on FM 94.1 while hosting a weekend show on 104.3 The Fan as well. I would consider my time doing national television on NBC a career highlight, as I was featured many times during “The Tebow year” but my biggest achievement came from the business side, behind the scenes. When I launched BSN Denver, I had owned media or commercial inventory assets on eight different media platforms in the market including 104.3 The Fan, DenverPost.com, and FOX 31. Most memorable sports moment: Attended the greatest Monday Night Football game of all time; Elway vs. Montana at Mile High Stadium. The finest sports book I’ve ever read: I would read Bo Jackson’s auto-biography “Bo Know’s Bo” on my way home from school. Bo Jackson was like a modern day Greek God when I was growing up so hearing about his past was akin to hearing the true-life story of Hercules. One sports movie that I can’t live without: I love Rudy, Major League, Remember The Titans, We are Marshall, and even Brian’s Song. But I cannot live without the Rocky series. It is ingrained in me. Most memorable experience as a reporter: Every time I ever talked to Brian Dawkins it was memorable, but his retirement presser was a moment that I’ll never forget. There was about 12 of us sitting in a big circle of chairs, including him, and we just calmly and openly talked about his illustrious career in great detail. The sport that started it all: I started playing football at age 6 and played until 18. That was my love and my obsession. I’ll never forget the 8th grade championship I won with the Green Mountain Rams. That was a tough year in my life but a great coach and a great team made it all okay.