The Best of BK & Ferrario – September 23rd, 2021 – Is Miles Mikolas back & Is Tyler O'Neill deserving of MVP votes?
The Best of BK & Ferrario – September 22nd, 2021 – What is Jake Woodford's future with the Cards & is Tyler O'Neill a "Star" player?
Brandon Kiley is the better half of 101 ESPN’s midday show, BK & Ferrario. He arrived at 101 ESPN in 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from the University of Missouri.
He spent three years as a host, reporter and producer at Mizzou’s flagship station, KTGR, in Columbia before moving to St. Louis to produce at 101 ESPN. BK spent three years in St. Louis before taking a 1-year hiatus in his hometown of Kansas City at 610 Sports Radio. BK returned to 101 ESPN early in 2020 and has decided to make St. Louis his new home.
He has no idea how to change a flat or fix anything around the house. Instead, he spends most of his free time running the trails in St. Louis or grabbing something to eat & drink at the local restaurants & breweries around the city. You can hear BK live weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 101 ESPN’s BK & Ferrario.
Alex Ferrario was born and bred in “The Lou” and grew up living and breathing St. Louis sports. From age 5 on, he and his dad would attend every Blues game from fall to spring, and as many Cardinals baseball games as possible. As a Senior at Fox High School, he realized his career would be in sports, in some fashion. Two-years of community college led him to Lindenwood University where he became the “Voice of the Lions” for football, basketball, hockey and other athletics throughout his four years. He spent all of his free-time in the radio station or working in the television station, coming up with whatever sports shows he could think of.
During his time at LU, he was presented with the opportunity to be the Booth Assistant for the Blues to work with Chris Kerber and Kelly Chase. After three years, Alex joined KMOX in 2013 as a producer for various shows including Sports Open Line and hosting the pre/post games for the Blues & Cardinals. After one year as a producer, he received the opportunity to be KMOX’s Sports Apprentice, covering and reporting on as many Cardinals and Blues games as time allowed.
Alex served the last 4 years as the host for Sports Open Line shows, as well as, Cardinals and Blues pre/post games. He co-hosted a weekly hockey show, Chili’s Week in Hockey, for the Blues every Monday night throughout the 2017-2019 season.
If Alex is not on the air or at a sporting event, he can be found spending time with his wife, Katie, or volunteering with animal shelters around the St. Louis area. He is an avid animal lover, food enthusiast, and an aspiring “travel expert” (when time & money allows).