Scott Graham

Scott Graham is the pregame, halftime and postgame host for Westwood One’s Sunday and Thursday NFL coverage.

Graham has spent over 25 years as a radio and television sportscaster including play-by-play for both the NFL and NFL Europe on FOX. On the radio side, Graham served as the play-by-play voice of the Philadelphia Phillies for eight seasons from 1999-2006. Since 2003, Graham has narrated a variety of programs, commercials, and features produced by NFL Films. His voice has most often been heard on Inside the NFL on Showtime, in weekly game previews on, and in various season highlight films for NFL teams.

He also currently co-hosts the weekly feature program, NFL Preview with Boomer Esiason, is the play-by-play voice for Philadelphia Eagles preseason television games, and does play-by-play for Westwood One’s coverage of NCAA basketball games, the men’s NCAA basketball tournament and the College World Series.

Scott Graham's Posts

Buffalo Preview: Contrasting styles on display Saturday in Upstate New York

18 March 2017 Comments are off for this post.
BUFFALO, NY – Two intriguing matchups of disparate pace-of-play will be on display Saturday, as Buffalo kicks-off the day’s Second Round slate. Tipping things off at 12:10 PM Eastern, fourth-seeded West Virginia will look to use 40-minutes of pressure to try to turnover fifth-seeded Notre Dame.  Mike Brey’s squad will hope the “luck of…
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First Round Highlights: Wisconsin defeats Virginia Tech 84-74 to advance

17 March 2017 Comments are off for this post.
BUFFALO, NY – Sharp shooting from deep allowed Wisconsin to breathe on their way to an 84-74 victory and a ticket to the second round. Senior Bronson Koenig led the badgers with 28 points thanks to eight three-pointers, while Nigel Hayes collected 10 rebounds for Wisconsin. Scott Graham and Donny…
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First Round Highlights: West Virginia outlasts pesky Bucknell 86-80

16 March 2017 Comments are off for this post.
BUFFALO, NY – It wasn’t easy, but with five players scoring in double figures, fourth-seeded West Virginia was able to hold off thirteenth-seeded Bucknell 86-80. Senior Tarik Phillip came off the bench to pace the Mountaineers with 16 points, while classmate Nathan Adrian pulled down 10 rebounds to go with his…
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