Jason Horowitz hosts the pregame, halftime and postgame shows for all NCAA Football and NCAA Basketball broadcasts on the network.
He also serves in a similar role for Westwood One’s coverage of the Frozen Four and the Lacrosse Final Four. Additionally, he has anchored updates as part of Westwood One’s coverage the 2008, 2010 and 2012 Olympics.
Horowitz has also been the face of CBSSports.com since its inception in September 2005, hosting and producing a variety of shows for the website’s coverage of the NFL, College Football, and the NCAA Tournament. He also can be heard on SiriusXM and spent two seasons as the voice of the WNBA’s New York Liberty.
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FRISCO, TX – For the fifth straight year, the FCS championship trophy is headed to Fargo as North Dakota State defeated top-seeded Jacksonville State 37-10 on Saturday afternoon. Carson Wentz had a touchdown pass and a pair…Read More »
PHILADELPHIA – The 116th Army-Navy Game presented by USAA takes center stage tomorrow as the Midshipmen of Navy go for a 14th straight win over the Army Black Knights. Ahead of the game, our Jason Horowitz had a chance to speak with both Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and Army head…Read More »
NEW YORK, NY – Ahead of the 2015-16 college basketball season, our Jason Horowitz headed to Big East Media Day at Madison Square Garden to catch up with all 10 of the conference’s head coaches as well as Preseason Player of the Year Kris Dunn of Providence. The interviews are presented…Read More »
LINCOLN, NE – If at first you don’t succeed… Minutes after banging a go-ahead field goal attempt off the upright from 39 yards, Wisconsin kicker Rafael Gaglianone hit from 45 yards to give Wisconsin a 23-21 victory against Nebraska. The Badgers improved to 4-2 on the season and 1-1 in the…Read More »
For the first time in 40 years, the Golden State Warriors are champions and their star guard Stephen Curry is a huge reason why. Curry had a season of historical proportions, averaging nearly 24 points a game and dishing out eight assists per contest all while shooting an amazing 44%…Read More »
Congratulations are in order for Wisconsin senior Frank Kaminsky, who was named the AutoZone “In the Zone” College Basketball Player of the Year on Monday night during Westwood One’s coverage of the national championship game. Kaminsky was the driving force on a Badgers squad that advanced to the title game…Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS – Jahlil Okafor was huge for Duke throughout the season, but the breakout star of the NCAA Tournament thus far has been Justise Winslow, who dominated in the Blue Devils’ two victories in Houston last weekend – which just happens to be Winslow’s hometown. Next up for Duke: a…Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS – A year removed from a heartbreaking loss at the Final Four, Wisconsin is back in a very familiar place: at the Final Four and staring at a matchup with Kentucky in a national semifinal Our Jason Horowitz caught up with the Badgers’ Josh Gasser ahead of the game.…Read More »