|Steve Andress joins the Colts after spending three years at WDRB-TV in Louisville, where he worked as the weekend sports anchor and reporter. There he covered three Kentucky Derbies, three Final Fours, two national championships, and the Sugar Bowl. He has fond memories of covering his first game at Indiana's Assembly Hall too, after watching from underneath the basket, as Christian Watford's buzzer-beating three fell to upset #1 Kentucky. Before WDRB-TV, Steve spent two years covering Oregon and Oregon State athletics for KEZI-TV in Eugene. During his time in the Pacific Northwest, he covered Chip Kelly and the Ducks' Rose Bowl and BCS National Championship Game. Steve is a graduate of Syracuse University, where he also covered the Orange's six overtime game against UConn at Madison Square Garden in the Big East Tournament. But it all started at HHTV at Hatboro-Horsham High School, with his TV teacher Dave Thomas. Steve is no stranger to the big game and hopes he can cross another item off his bucket list with the Colts...covering a Super Bowl.
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Colts Media Reporter Steve Andress reports from a jubilant locker room, after the Colts get their first shutout since 2008, 27-0 over the Bengals.