Joseph Furtado
Joseph Furtado JOE-sef fur-TAH-dough
Sports Broadcast Reporter, Phoenix

Joseph Furtado expects to graduate in August 2024 with a master’s degree in mass communication. Furtado recently served as the play-by-play voice of the Baton Rouge Zydeco on WBRZ.

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Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark outlines new-look conference’s vision in meeting with Arizona Board of Regents

PHOENIX – The Big 12 commissioner met with the Arizona Board of Regents to discuss the state of collegiate athletics. Athletic directors from Arizona State University and the University of Arizona were on hand to field questions from the board.

Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark met with members of the Arizona Board of Regents Thursday to discuss the state of college athletics. (Photo by Joseph Furtado/Cronkite News)

Updates: Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes take podium on Day 3 of Super Bowl week

PHOENIX – Super Bowl week rolls on with the third day of events, entertainment and media availability from the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.

Margaret T. Hance Park is home to a portion of the Super Bowl LVII Experience. Signage at the park promotes the big game and events surrounding it. (Photo by Drake Presto/Cronkite News)

South Mountain golfer Luke Greig journeys from Scotland to the U.S. in search of pro career

PHOENIX – Coming all the way from the birthplace of golf, Scottish golfer Luke Greig is starting his collegiate career at South Mountain Community College with hopes of one day turning professional.

Luke Greig left his family in Scotland to purse a pro golf career in the United States. The overseas move has changed his approach to the game and the dynamic he shares with family. (Photo by Collin Mitchell/Cronkite News)