Ted Emrich returns for his third Olympic Games for Westwood One. In Rio, he will serve as play-by-play announcer for track and field as well as various other events. Emrich also calls college basketball and college football for the network.
Emrich also works for ESPN as a basketball play-by-play announcer. Emrich was previously a host, anchor, and reporter for ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM and spent eight seasons (2008-2016) as the studio anchor for University of Texas football and men’s basketball on the Longhorn IMG Radio Network.
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FRISCO, TX – For the sixth time in seven years, the Bison of North Dakota State are FCS national champions. NDSU defeated last year’s champs, James Madison, 17-13 on Saturday to capture the title. Jason Horowitz and… Read More »
LINCOLN, NE – Jonathan Taylor ran for 249 yards on 25 carries and added a pair of touchdowns as Wisconsin defeated Nebraska 38-17 on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. Ted Emrich and Al Groh called the action on Westwood One Sports. Read More »
PULLMAN, WA – Washington State earned its first win over a top-five team since 1992, defeating USC 30-27 on Friday night. Luke Falk had a pair of touchdown passes for the Cougars. Ted Emrich and Brady Poppinga called the action on Westwood One Sports. Read More »
OKLAHOMA CITY – Behind 41 points from Morgan William, No. 2-seed Mississippi State clinched its first ever berth in the Final Four with a 94-85 overtime victory over top-seeded Baylor in the Oklahoma City Regional Final. The 41-point performance is a career-high for William, and a Mississippi State Tournament record. Ted… Read More »
DAYTON, OH – Despite trailing by as many as seventeen points, a resilient Trojan squad used a string of second-half runs to erase the deficit and pull ahead for good with under seven minutes to play, as USC defeated Providence 75-71 in a Dayton First Four battle and avenged their First Round loss from last… Read More »
DAYTON, OH – In a back-and-forth “First Four” affair–which included eight ties and three lead changes–UC Davis held off a pesky NC Central squad 67-63 in Dayton. The sixteenth-seeded Aggies were led by Junior forward Chima Moneke’s 18 points and 12 rebounds. Senior Brynton Lemar chipped in 15 points off of… Read More »
DAYTON, OHIO – While UC Davis and North Carolina Central are prepared for a defensive matchup for the right to reach the Midwest Region bracket of the NCAA Tournament, a pair of more traditional powers, Providence and USC, will wage battle to reach the East Region bracket. Both games take… Read More »
DAYTON, OHIO – Wesley Iwundu scored 24 points and Kamau Stokes added 22 to pace Kansas State to a 95-88 victory over Wake Forest, Tuesday night in First Four action from UD Arena. Stokes shot 5-of-8 from 3-point range to help the No. 11-seeded Wildcats coast into first-round action Friday… Read More »