- Was an assistant professor and assistant baseball coach at California State University at Northridge from 1961 to '65.
- Hosted the game shows The Perfect Match (1967), Sports Challenge (1971-73), Baffle (1973-74) and Three for the Money (1975).
- Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1998.
- Received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Indiana University in 2002.
- Has earned nine Sportscaster of the Year awards and 14 Sports Emmy Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Wrote a one-man play entitled COACH: The Untold Story of College Basketball Legend Al McGuire, which was first performed in 2005 at Marquette University.
- 1976, Emmy — Outstanding Edited Sports Series: Nominee
- Nicole Enberg — Daughter
- Barbara Enberg — Wife
- Central Michigan Uiversity, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States (BS in Health Sciences, 1957); Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, United States (MA and PhD in Health Sciences, 1958 and 1961)
- Birth Place: Mount Clemens, Michigan, United States
- Profession: Sportscaster
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