Performed freelance television and radio work as an announcer and host for various Alabama outlets while still a student in Tuscaloosa. Worked in Georgia and Michigan before arriving at ESPN in 1995.
Broke in at ESPN hosting shows such as RPM 2Night and NBA 2Night on ESPN2, while contributing part-time to SportsCenter.
Anchors college studio shows year-round on ESPN for football (April to January) and basketball (Nov.-April), as well as the weekly College GameDay basketball road show from January to March. Added play-by-play duties for football in 2010.
Coins coach-related nicknames like "Fighting Tedfords" (Cal) and "Fighting Zookers" (Illinois) for up-and-coming football teams during studio segments. Also partial to "No soup for you!" (blocked shot) and "Connectamundo!" (three-pointer) when reviewing basketball highlights.
Named the Outstanding Alumnus for 2001 by the University of Alabama's School of Broadcasting Communication. Also awarded Best Sports Host in 2008 by CableFax Magazine.
Serves on the advisory board for the Capital One Cup, a year-long NCAA competition to determine the most successful athletic program.
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States (BA in Broadcast News and Public Affairs, 1988)