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Dylan is originally from Claremore, Oklahoma and graduated Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts in both Broadcast Journalism and Sports Media.


He began narrowing his concentration on hard news over sports at the beginning of his junior year. While at OSU, he was the co-anchor of the "OState Report" that aired on OSU's new multimedia site, OStateTV.


His biggest influence at OSU was former KSWO meteorologist Andy Wallace, who now serves as an instructor and coordinator of OStateTV.


In his free time, he is a sports junkie. If he is not out playing basketball, he is inside watching sports. He is also heavily involved with his family, especially being an uncle to a niece and two nephews.


If you have a story idea that you would like to see Dylan cover, or if you'd like to welcome him, send your email to dstephens@kswo.com

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