Robbie Fuelling joined the KEZI 9 News team as a sports anchor and reporter in August of 2018.
Robbie graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in broadcast journalism from the Bob Schieffer College of Communication. During his time at TCU, he was a slot receiver for the football team. Robbie was part of TCU's 2017 Alamo Bowl team, winning a 39-37 comeback victory over Stanford.
Prior to joining KEZI 9 News, Robbie worked as a sports reporter for Torrance CitiCable and as an intern for FOX Sports in Los Angeles. At FOX Sports, Robbie orchestrated production assignments for national sports programs The Herd, Speak For Yourself, and FOX Sports Live.
When Robbie isn't covering sports around the state of Oregon, he loves playing golf, running, lifting and fishing. Robbie also has two younger brothers, including a Duck at the University of Oregon.
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