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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IOWA CITY, IA – C.J. Beathard had three touchdown passes and LeShun Daniels rushed for two scores as Iowa defeated Nebraska 40-10 on Friday at Kinnick Stadium. Ted Emrich and Chuck Long called the action on Westwood One…Read More »
STATE COLLEGE, PA – A blocked field goal returned for a touchdown gave Penn State at 24-21 win over Ohio State on Saturday night. Ted Emrich and Ross Tucker called the action on Westwood One Sports.Read More »
CHAPEL HILL, NC – Hurricane Matthew didn’t stop the game or Virginia Tech as the Hokies out-slogged and out-slugged North Carolina 34-3 on a wet, windy day. Ted Emrich and Al Groh had the call on Westwood One Sports.Read More »
FT. WORTH, TX – Austin Allen’s touchdown run in the second overtime gave Arkansas a come-from-behind 41-38 victory over TCU in double overtime on Saturday night. Allen led the Razorbacks in all areas, tossing three touchdown passes, catching the game-tying two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter and blasting his way…Read More »
HOUSTON, TX – Greg Ward Jr. threw for 321 yards and two touchdowns as Houston defeated third-ranked Oklahoma 33-23 on Saturday afternoon at NRG Stadium. Another big play came in the third quarter when Brandon Wilson returned a missed field goal for a touchdown to give the Cougars a two-score…Read More »
DALLAS – Sydney Wiese led Oregon State with 18 points and three game-winning free throws in the final half-minute to pace OSU to a regional championship and their first Final Four appearance. The No. 2-seed Beavers beat No. 1-seed Baylor 60-57 to end the Bears’ 23-game win streak. Wiese hit…Read More »
FRISCO, TX – Sioux Falls’ Augustana Vikings hung on to defeat top-seeded Lincoln Memorial 90-81 on Saturday to capture the NCAA Division II men’s basketball title. Daniel Jansen and Alex Richter had 51 points combined for the Vikings, while Gerel Simmons led Lincoln Memorial with 21 in the loss. Ted…Read More »
ASHEVILLE, NC – For the first time since 2009, the Mocs are going to the NCAA Tournament. Chattanooga defeated East Tennessee State 73-67 on Monday night to win the Southern Conference tournament and the league’s automatic bid to the Big Dance. Greg Pryor and Tre’ McLean led the way with…Read More »