e) Doug Karsch
Born in Champaign, Illinois, Karsch started working at The Ticket (then WXYT-AM) in February 2001. Doug started his career at WEYI TV-25 in Clio, Michigan, but his career started taking off in 1994. During that year, Doug made his radio debut on WTKA 1050 in Ann Arbor and worked there until joining WXYT-AM.
Karsch can also be seen on Fox Sports Net & serves as host for the Michigan Football Pre-Game Show & as in-game sideline reporter. During his sports career, Karsch has hosted ESPN College Football Tailgate on ESPN Radio and hosted post-game coverage from the Rose Bowl lockeroom following Michigan’s national championship victory over Washington State.
Karsch also anchored pre-game coverage for U of M basketball and pre and post race coverage of NASCAR and CART races from MIS. Doug is a graduate of Michigan State University in the field of communication. He enjoys various sports, which includes mountain biking, basketball, hockey and softball.
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