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.
I love what the Wolverines have done here.
Two questions come out of this play in which Yankee LF Dewayne Wise fools the umps into thinking he made the catch on a foul fly.
Gator loves Erin Andrews of ESPN — and she is pretty great.
By: Doug Karsch Gator has been gone since Tuesday. He say’s he’s up North … I don’t think so. I wish him luck, but I hope he doesn’t quit the show?
NFL Players are suing the NFL – for what they believe is collusion. 2010 was an uncapped year and the NFL Players Union believes owners didn’t spend enough on player salaries because they had a “secret” $123M cap.
Would you drink this beer? Think about a baseball.
During last night’s Rockies and Dodgers game the worst call in the history of baseball took place.
This is a new late development with the Detroit Lions that has gotten very little discussion in the weeks and months leading up to Thursday’s NFL Draft.
As you know I am obsessed with Mock Drafts … well not really — I’m obsessed with the draft and Mock Drafts satiate my desire to talk draft.
For those who weren’t there Sunday for the Red Wings first home playoff game of the year, the Joe Louis Arena delivered one of the great pre-game atmospheres in the league.