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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Vashti Cunningham is a recent high school graduate and like many 18-year-olds, she has big things on the horizon. Cunningham finished second at the Olympic trials in the high jump and will get to compete on the…Read More »
Fresh off an NBA championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kyrie Irving will head to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with thoughts of adding Olympic gold to his list of career achievements. Team USA’s journey begins on August 6th against China – the first of five preliminary games you can hear on…Read More »
Along with Misty May-Treanor, Kerri Walsh Jennings formed the winningest pair in women’s beach volleyball history. The duo captured gold medals in Athens, Beijing and again in London. As Walsh Jennings tries for a fourth straight gold medal she has a new partner, April Ross, who was a silver…Read More »
At 37 years old, Tamika Catchings will become the oldest player in Team USA’s Olympic basketball history when she suits up in Rio. Catchings joined the squad in 2002 and the U.S. is 50-1 in major international competitions since. In the latest installment of Road to Rio, Catchings talks about…Read More »
Mariel Zagunis gave the United States its first gold medal in fencing in 100 years when she topped the podium in Athens back in 2004. Now she’s the most decorated fencer in American history. In the latest installment of Road to Rio, Zagunis recounts her journey to becoming an Olympian and following in…Read More »
It’s amazing the difference four years can make. After a heartbreaking loss in the gold medal game in Beijing, the U.S. women’s water polo team captured gold in London in 2012. In the latest installment of Road to Rio, team captain Maggie Steffens talks about what inspired her to become an…Read More »
The Williams sisters have dominated the women’s tennis tour for more than a decade and they’ve been no slouches on the Olympic stage either. Venus and Serena have each won Olympic gold in singles – and they’ve won three of the past four gold medals in women’s doubles. They’ll head to…Read More »
The U.S. women’s soccer team is no stranger to success, capturing the last three Olympic gold medals and captivating the nation last summer with their triumph in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. They’ll try to do it again in Rio next month. In the latest installment of Road to…Read More »