With so much happening this past week on the recruiting front with who is committed, who is not, who got in, and who did not, I found it refreshing to sit down and speak to a Gamecock whose loyalty to the program is deeply entrenched.
Meet Steve Fink, South Carolina's Media Relations Director and a key player in Athletic Director Eric Hyman's administrative vision for South Carolina. Like Eric, Steve has also just finished his first year at South Carolina, and now that the "learning the ropes period" is over, Steve is eager to get his second year going.
Steve brings a wealth of experience to Gamecock Nation, with a journey in media relations that started with the Buffalos of the University of Colorado and then with the Denver Zephyrs. Steve's impressive resume led him to the position of Media Relations Director for the Kansas City Royals, a position maybe best known outside of Kansas City as having been previously held by Rush Limbaugh. After his 12 years with the Royals, Steve became Director of Media Relations at T.C.U. for Eric Hyman. When Hyman was named A.D. for Carolina, one of Hyman's first items of business was to bring Fink to Carolina with him.
The following audio piece is the Q & A that recently took place when Steve sat down for this exclusive interview for Gamecock Anthem and it's members.
Part I of interview:
Part II of interview:
Meet Steve Fink
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