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Crystal Dominguez

As a kid, sports was a staple growing up in the Dominguez household. As the youngest of six, it was hard to avoid it. Barbies and playing dress-up took back seat as compared to watching Michael Jordan up against Magic Johnson, watching my older sisters cheer under the Friday night lights against the 1988 Odessa Permian football team, seeing Tyson lose his titles to underdog James "Buster" Douglas, covering my eyes and dunking in the backyard like Dee Brown or quite simply laying on the bed with my mom and sister Monica watching Kristi Yamaguchi and Nancy Kerrigan represent the USA with toe loops and triple axels. I was born and raised in El Paso. I went to Irvin High School where I focused on journalism. I graduated  from Texas Tech University with a B.A. in Broadcasting and a minor in Exercise and Sport Sciences. I worked in Texas markets, including Fox Sports Southwest and ESPN Dallas, which has brought me full circle back home where my passion for sports and broadcasting have finally come together. I don't presume to know everything in sports, but I do have the journalistic ability to ask all the right questions. I'm excited to be back home and talk sports on "Sports Spin with Andy Lee." My favorite teams are the UTEP Miners, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Cowboys and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I encourage more females to listen, call in and quit wearing their boyfriend/husband's jerseys, but rep their own! If you have any questions, comments or ideas feel free to email me at crystal@krod.com. Follow me on Twitter @CIDominguez or on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/the6thkid
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Signing Kids to Play NCAA Football: From the Perspective of a Teen Player

On today's Sports Spin, Andy Lee and myself discussed the news of the University of Washington signing 14-year-old, Tate Martell, to a football scholarship. He accepted it from Steve Sarkisian, the Huskie's head coach. Also, Dylan Moses out of Baton Rouge is being sought after by LSU. Wait...what?

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The Parallels between Bane, Bats and Baseball in Light of “The Dark Knight Rises”

On Sports Spin's Wednesday segment, featuring KVIA's Asher Wildman, one of the questions was regarding the new movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." Both Andy Lee and Wildman brought up the villian "Bane." The wheels in my head starting turning, but had nothing to do with the action-packed film. Call it a long shot, but this is how I think...

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More USA Women in 2012 Olympics than USA Men

If there's one statistic out even before the London Olympics begin next week, it's the number of women participating beating the number of men. This year marks the 40th anniversary of Title IX, which gave women equal opportunity in sport as compared to men on an athletic platform as well as educational in the '70s.

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The First Woman in Space, Sally Ride, Left a Giant Footprint for Womankind

On today's Sport's Spin the news broke late in the show, about the death of Sally Ride. I couldn't help but recall my time talking to her about her achievements as a woman, but also as an astronaut. It wasn't so much sports-related, but within the race to space, was a race between gender and equality.

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Get to Know the Producer/Cohost of “Sports Spin” through her Encounters with Legendary Coaches

There are a handful of moments in my life that I will never forget -- with one thing in common, a legendary coach. All having similar qualities about them and known for their passion to win, make a difference and for their relationship with the media.

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