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.
Ducks show resilience to snap two-game losing streak with an impressive 81-60 win over USC Sunday.
Oregon State women’s basketball coach Scott Rueck breaks down the upcoming matchup between USC and UCLA. He also opens up about the loss of guard Kat Tudor.
Oregon State guard Destiny Slocum expresses her excitement for the upcoming Pac-12 road games and how the absence of Tudor will affect the team.
Oregon State guard Katie McWilliams breaks down how the Beavers need to step up on the road with the absence of one of the team’s best shooters.
The 2018 college football season is officially over and we have a national champion in the Clemson Tigers.
Oregon forward Paul White gathered the entire team after the Civil War loss and emphasized the need to play a full 40 minutes.
Oregon men’s basketball coach Dana Altman breaks down the team’s struggles in the first half and how the Ducks bounced back in the end.
Oregon women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves and guards Sabrina Ionescu and Maite Cazorla break down the win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Oregon men’s basketball coach Dana Altman breaks down the victory and the areas of improvement his team needs.
Oregon forward Paul White breaks down the Ducks’ slow start and discusses how the team can improve before conference play.