Geoff Ketchum is the owner/publisher of Orangebloods.com. He's covered Texas Longhorn athletics for more nearly two decades. A former UT student that began his media career while working for the Texas Sports Information office while in high school, he quickly moved up the ladder on the UT sports scene. After leaving the UT media relations department, he spent four years with Austin CBS TV affiliate KEYE-TV, while helping the station break numerous national stories, including the hirings of Mack Brown and Augie Garrido as coaches at Texas. In 1999, Ketchum joined Rivals.com, where he served as lead columnist/analyst at Heisman.com and Lone Star Recruiting. In 2001, Ketchum launched Orangebloods.com and in less than a half a decade he led the site to the No.1 spot in the Rivals.com network, a position that it currently maintains.
Geoff previously worked in the Austin radio market, where he helped take his show to the No. 1 spot in the afternoon drive-time rankings in the first six months on the air. Ketchum also published a book in 2008 (The Die Hard Fan's Guide to Longhorn Football) that hit the No. 1 spot on Amazon.com's Top Sports Books sellers for a spell.
Jason Suchomel joined Orangebloods.com in March of 2002. A graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, Suchomel earned an undergraduate degree in Journalism in 1996. During his time at Texas, Suchomel wrote for the Daily Texan and interned in the sports department for KEYE television, helping in the daily production of the KEYE sportscast.
Following graduation, Suchomel began working as a reporter for a chain of newspapers in Central Texas, first covering the city and police beats before settling in at the sports editor desk of the Bastrop Advertiser. From there, he was hired by First Down Publications as the editor of Horns Illustrated, as well as overseeing the production and layout of the company's other sports magazines. Suchomel has covered the Longhorn football team and Longhorn recruiting for more than a decade for both print and electronic publications, and he's contributed to a number of magazines around the state as a guest columnist. He also appears weekly on radio programs around the state discussing Texas Longhorn athletics.