Clark Kellogg serves as a game analyst for Westwood One’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Final Four and National Championship. Kellogg does double-duty during the Final Four, simultaneously serving as a studio analyst for CBS Sports and Turner Sports television coverage. Immediately following the pregame show broadcast on the TV set, Kellogg makes his way courtside to the Westwood One radio broadcast position, then rejoins TV for halftime, before repeating the process in the second half and postgame. Kellogg has been both the lead college basketball game and studio analyst for CBS Sports’ coverage of college basketball, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship since 1997.
He played for Ohio State University from 1979-82 where he earned All-Big Ten and Most Valuable Player honors. In 1982, Clark was the No. 1 draft pick of the Indiana Pacers and played five seasons before retiring due to injury. After retirement, he served as a radio and/or TV analyst for the Pacers for over two decades and was the team’s VP of Player Relations from 2010-2014.
CHAPEL HILL, NC – Coby White led the way with 27 points as one of five Tar Heels in double figures as North Carolina defeated Virginia Tech 103-82 on Monday night. Jason Benetti and Clark Kellogg called the action on Westwood One Sports.Read More »
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Behind 31 bench points from redshirt sophomore guard Donte DiVincenzo, Villanova captured the 2018 National Championship with a 79-62 win over Michigan at the Alamodome. Trailing 21-14 early in the first half, the Wildcats erupted on a 23-7 run to lead 37-28 at halftime. Jay Wright’s…Read More »
SAN ANTONIO, TX – After knocking down 13 three-point field goals in the first half, Villanova cruised to a 95-79 victory over Kansas to advance to Monday’s National Championship Game. Villanova’s Eric Paschall had a career day in a Wildcat uniform, scoring 24 points, as Nova led by 15 at…Read More »
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Trailing by as many as 10 in the second half, the Michigan Wolverines ended their Final Four contest against the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers on a 22-10 run to advance to the National Championship Game with a 69-57 win. Michigan’s Moritz Wagner was key in the victory as…Read More »
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Kansas head coach Bill Self certainly remembers the Alamodome well, as it last hosted the Men’s NCAA Tournament Final Four in 2008–the same year Self’s Jayhawks last cut down the nets for a national title. But in order to reach the final, Kansas will first have…Read More »
PHOENIX – North Carolina’s Joel Berry scored 22 points and Justin Jackson added 16 to help the Tar Heels to their sixth national championship, 71-65 over Gonzaga, Monday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. UNC rallied for a 9-2 run in the last two minutes to close its title push.…Read More »
GLENDALE, AZ – For the second year in a row, North Carolina is headed to the national championship game, coming on the heels of a hard-earned 77-76 win over third-seeded Oregon. Just as was the case in the first semifinal of the night, the decision came down to rebounding missed free throws…Read More »
GLENDALE, AZ – Top-seeded Gonzaga ceded a double-digit lead in the second half before regaining their composure and making enough plays down the stretch to outlast upstart South Carolina 77-73. Up three and defending with a dozen seconds to play, Mark Few entrusted his team to purposely foul Sindarius Thornwell with three…Read More »