More Highlights for Jeff Gravley
Former NFL and ECU coach Steve Logan and WRAL-TV’s Jeff Gravley will talk all things college and pro football weekly at 7 p.m. on Thursdays on FOX 50. FOX 50 Game Night starts September 27, running through December 13. Gravley
Capitol Broadcasting Company serves as Media Sponsor for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, and WRAL-TV Sports Anchor Jeff Gravley, a big supporter of the event, serves as emcee. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund, formed long
WRAL Sports anchor Tom Suiter delivered the first “Extra Effort” award to Howard Watson in September, 1981. He played defensive end for the Cougars at Apex High School.
Little did we know in 1981, there was more than one connection Watson had with WRAL. Fast forward 34 years to 2015 when Jeff Gravley, now WRAL Sports Director/anchor, caught up with Watson at his old high school.
Gravley played high school football at the same time as Watson. He was a quarterback at Webb High School and played against Apex High School. Watson admits he probably tackled Gravley back in the day.
Watch and listen to what Howard Watson did after high school and what he is doing now.
This story aired in November, 2015.
JAMBURGER is a descriptive word created by legendary WRAL sports anchor Tom Suiter. It simply means a basketball player jams the basketball down the hoop with force. Eat that!
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) consistently produces top tier college basketball teams. In 1992, the conference was relatively small compared to the number of colleges participating in it today. The perennial college favorites from the state of North Carolina are Duke, UNC, NC State and Wake Forest. Out-of-state contenders are just as talented: Georgia Tech, University of Virginia, University of Maryland, and Clemson University.
“Tom Suiter’s ACC JAMBURGER Preview” produced in December, 1992 features each ACC basketball team. WRAL Sports reporters include Bob Holliday, Jay Jennings, Jeff Gravley, and Rick Sullivan. WRAL Sports anchor Tom Suiter is joined by sports columnists Barry Jacobs and Caulton Tudor.
The program was produced by Jay Jennings and Peter Anlyan.
They’re baaaaccckkk! The Super Six arrived back in Raleigh on the evening of Tuesday, August 23, 2016, after over three weeks covering the Summer Olympics in Rio. Thankfully WRAL-TV Anchors Debra Morgan, Renee Chou, Jeff Gravley & WRAL-TV Photojournalists Brad