Benjamin "Big Ben" Maller (born April 29, 1975) is an American sports radio (Legend) host, for Fox Sports Radio where he hosts a weekday overnight sports radio show. Maller is also credited as being one of the original sports bloggers, with his now defunct website breaking several stories over the years. In addition, Maller joined the NBC Sports Network as a regular contributor to ''NBC SportsTalk'' in late 2011 until the spring of 2012. Maller is highly noted for his determination and thus losing 200 pounds over the course of 62 weeks through diet and exercise.〔("Sports Radio Host Ben Maller Drops 200 Pounds )〕 Since January 6, 2014, Maller has occupied the weekday overnight hours of Fox Sports Radio and broadcasting 2 AM-6 AM ET 11pm-3am pacific.〔("Did you get the memo? Fox Sports Radio lineup change is minus O’Brien, Hartman, Dibble, Van Dyken" )〕
Maller grew up in Irvine, California and attended Irvine High School. Maller began to fall behind in school and consequently was placed in S.E.L.F. (Secondary Education Learning Facility, now known as Creekside High School), the city's alternative education program.〔 Nonetheless he managed to play high school football for the town's University High School while enrolled at S.E.L.F. Aside from playing football, Maller also had an interest in sports journalism and broadcasting. After finishing high school, Maller enrolled in Saddleback College in the nearby city of Mission Viejo. He continued his interest in sports broadcasting doing Saddleback College Gauchos men's basketball and football games on KSBR before landing a job as an AM sports radio journalist.
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