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Cayden Kubler is a sophomore at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University pursuing a degree in sports journalism. This year during Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas Nevada, he interviewed Patrick Mahomes, Brock Purdy, Andy Reid and Kyle Shanahan. Throughout Radio Row, he conducted an interview with the 2022 number-one ranked women's boxer, Claressa Shields. I also interviewed California Sports Hall of Famer and sports agent, Lee Steinberg. 


During his freshman year, he covered Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona for NBC affiliate KCAA. During Super Bowl media day Cayden was granted one-on-one interviews with Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Hurts, Travis Kelce along with many others. Cayden was given access to Radio Row where he sat down with Hall of Fame Finalist Patrick Willis for an interview. In addition, Cayden has conducted sit-down interviews with athletes such as DeVonta Smith, Jake Elliott, C.J. Gardner-Johnson and more. 


“This young man has an INCREDIBLE future ahead. One of these days, very soon, I’ll be calling him for insiders and favors. It’s a pleasure working with him and we’re excited to have him on the @KCAA1050AM team. A star is born!” said Richard Walker, KCAA Sports Director. 


Cayden is currently the sports talk radio host of “Cayden Kubler Sports Radio” on KCAA. He is a credentialed media member for coverage of the Arizona Cardinals and is a sponsored member of the Football Writers Association of America. For the past seven years and counting he has hosted his own sports YouTube channel, “Cayden’s Corner” where he breaks down the hottest topics in sports. Cayden is a skilled Final Cut Pro video editor who has worked with athletes such as Wan’Dale Robinson, Cam Taylor-Britt, Drake Jackson and many others. Cayden is a coach for the Future Five Stars program, where he works to develop young football. 


Cayden Kubler grew up in Southern California as a high school scholar-athlete where he was accepted into an award-winning program focusing on broadcast journalism.

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