Entries by Marc

Hall of Fame Broadcaster Bob Wolff Passes Away

Legendary broadcaster Bob Wolff passed away peacefully at his home this past Saturday, he was 96 years old. Wolff was most well known for being the only broadcaster ever to do play-by-play for the World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, and NFL Championship (He did it before it was the Super Bowl). Wolff spent […]

Vin Scully Receives Icon Award at 2017 ESPYS

Vin Scully is one of the most well known names in the sports broadcasting industry, so it should be no surprise that he was honored with the “Icon Award” at this years ESPYS. This award is given every year to someone who’s career has left a lasting impression on the sports world. You can read […]

Ray Lewis joins Fox Sports 1 as NFL Analyst

After being let go by ESPN in May, former Baltimore Raven star Ray Lewis has joined Fox Sports 1 as an NFL analyst. Lewis’ 13 Pro Bowl selections and two Super Bowl rings make him an easy choice for the spot on FS1’s Undisputed.  Read more about Lewis’ new role here.

John Thompson III may be moving from the bench to the booth

John Thompson III and Georgetown University have parted ways, leaving Thompson jobless for the first time since 1995. However, if you thought this would push him in the direction of retirement you’re wrong. Now, Thompson is looking to follow in the footsteps of his father who hosted a radio show for 13 consecutive years. Read […]

Broadcaster helps build excitement for Ontario Reign

Zakrzewski is currently in his second season as director of broadcasting for the Reign. He said he started out — like a number of sports broadcasters and writers — hoping to see action on the field or ice. And like most of his colleagues, that never happened.   Read on for more on the passion […]