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Tim Brando Biography, Age, Family, Education, Career, Net Worth, Career

Tim Brando is an American sportscaster with Fox Sports and Raycom Sports. Formerly with CBS Sports, ESPN, and SiriusXM, Brando has primarily covered NCAA

Tim Brando Biography

Tim Brando is an American sportscaster with Fox Sports and Raycom Sports. Formerly with CBS Sports, ESPN, and SiriusXM, Brando has primarily covered NCAA football and basketball.

Along with radio duties, Brando has also served as a studio host for games, a play-by-play announcer, and halftime host.

Tim Brando Age

Brando was born on February 27, 1956, in Shreveport, LA USA. He is 63 years old as of 2019.

Tim Brando Family

Brando’s father, Hub Brando, was a broadcaster at radio station KCIJ in Shreveport.

Tim Brando Education

Brando graduated in 1974 from fair High School in Shreveport. He then attended Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe (now the University of Louisiana at Monroe).

Tim Brando Relationship | Wife

He resides in Shreveport with his wife, Terri Glorioso Brando, of 39 years. The couple has two daughters: Tiffany Brando Crews, 34, who attended Louisiana State University; and Tara Brando Sullivan, 27, who attended Ole Miss.

Brando welcomed his first grandchild, Wilma Scarlett Sullivan, on September 7, 2016, and recently welcomed his first grandson, Spencer Brando Crews on June 28, 2017. Spencer was named after Brando’s colleague and close family friend, Spencer Tillman

Tim Brando Career

In 1976 Brando was a disk jockey at radio station KROK-FM in his native Shreveport, Louisiana. From 1981 to 1986, Brando was the assistant sports director at WAFB-TVin Baton Rouge; he did telecasts of Louisiana State University men’s and women’s basketball on Tigervision.

From 1986 to 1994, he served as a studio host for SportsCenter, for ESPN’s college football halftime show, and for the network’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. In 1994, he provided play-by-play for TNT’s coverage of the NBA Playoffs.

Brando also called Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Braves games for SportSouth. Brando also auditioned for the daytime version of Wheel of Fortune after Pat Sajak resigned to concentrate on his self-titled talk show. Ultimately, the hosting job went to Rolf Benirschke.

In 1996, Brando joined CBS Sports and began calling NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship games. Three years later, he added hosting duties on College Football Today, which is the broadcast network home of SEC football. He also provided play-by-play for the NFL on CBS from 1998 to 2003.

Brando called the four games in Tampa, Florida, during the 2008 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament where for the first time ever, all four lower seeded teams won in the same venue on the same day.

On June 25, 2014, Fox Sports announced that it had hired Brando to serve as a play-by-play voice for college football and college basketball games on Fox and Fox Sports 1 starting in fall 2014.

He was also named as a backup NFL announcer for Fox in October of that year.

In addition to his network duties, Brando calls games for Raycom’s coverage of the Atlantic Coast Conference basketball telecasts. Brando also hosts Raycom’s Emmy Award-winning show, “Football Saturdays.”

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