Fifty years as a sportswriter in Texas and he never left his Grand Prairie hometown. Galloway spent Thirty-two years at the DMN, then 17 years at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He went from covering high schools to the North Texas State beat (the Mean Joe Greene years at NTSU) to his first pro beat (the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association) to the best man for the Texas Rangers and Major League baseball in 1972. Ten years on the Rangers beat was the foundation for the next major move---DMN sports page columnist in 1982. Sports editor Dave Smith made that decision, and once again it was career-changing. In 1985, out of nowhere, came an offer to try sports talk radio on the mighty WBAP-820. From that one night audition came 29 years of radio on WBAP and local ESPN. Randy is honored to be in the Grand Prairie High School Hall of Fame, the city of Grand Prairie Hall of Fame, and the Dallas Press Club Hall of Honor and The Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2020.