Football On-Air Talent Takes Shape
Some of the most respected personalities in sports broadcasting will be behind the mike for the inaugural football season on the Pac-12 Networks.
The networks announced Monday the on-air lineup for their broadcasts and it includes three of the finest play-by-play announcers in sports broadcasting -- Ted Robinson, Kevin Calabro and Dave Flemming. Furthermore, the networks have brought on a handful of former Pac-12 standouts as color analysts -- Adam Archuleta (Arizona State) Curtis Conway (USC), Ryan Nece (UCLA), Glenn Parker (Arizona) and Coy Wire (Stanford). They join the previously announced Rick Neuheisel and Ronnie Lott to make up a deep and talented team of experts.
The analysts will appear both on game telecasts and in the studio for pregame, postgame and halftime coverage. Ashley Adamson will anchor the studio shows.
Robinson is the current play-by-play voice of the San Francisco 49ers and has done it all in a 30-year broadcasting career. He has been the voice of a handful of pro and college teams and is well-known for his work with professional tennis and the Olympics.
Calabro is well-known for his NBA work on TNT and was the play-by-play voice of the Seattle SuperSonics for 21 years before they moved to Oklahoma City. Flemming has been a play-by-play broadcaster for the San Francisco Giants for nine years and has vast experience with ESPN.
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