Ted Emrich

Ted Emrich is a play-by-play announcer for college football and college basketball for the network. Emrich has also served as a play-by-play announcer for various Olympic events during Westwood One’s exclusive coverage from London, Sochi and Rio.

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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First Four Recap: Texas Southern, Syracuse advance

15 March 2018 Comments are off for this post.
DAYTON, OH – Texas Southern and Syracuse each advanced from the First Four on Wednesday night. The Tigers rolled past North Carolina Central in the early game, while the Orange held on late to get past Arizona State. Texas Southern will face top-seeded Xavier in Nashville on Friday, while Syracuse…
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NCAA Football Highlights: Wisconsin rips Nebraska 38-17

08 October 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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.
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NCAA Football Highlights: Washington State tops USC 30-27

30 September 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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.
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First Four Highlights: UC Davis plows past NC Central, into First Round

15 March 2017 Comments are off for this post.
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…
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