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Chris Cooley Sketches Drawing Of George Allen During Radio Show

How Chris Cooley can sit in front of a microphone every day and talk sports for four hours is mind-blowing enough.

How Cooley does it while making beautiful sketches is even more mind-blowing.

On Tuesday, Cooley took to Twitter during his radio show, ESPN 980's Cooley & Kevin, and shared a sketch of legendary Redskins head coach George Allen.

As you can see above, Cooley's not an amateur when it comes to putting works of art together. He was an art education major at Utah State, plus he owns his own art gallery, The Cooley Gallery, which is located in Leesburg, Va.

Cooley's parents sparked his interest in art at an early age, and his desire to express himself in that venue has grown exponentially since then.

"Creating something every day is what makes me most happy," Cooley said via his gallery's website. "Whether it be pottery, drawing or making my own concrete counter tops, I just have this desire to continue to create. The idea of knowing I made a piece of art that someone uses and loves is amazing."

Cooley & Kevin airs Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., only on ESPN980.

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