Rosinski To Call College Football, Hoops For ESPN Radio
July 14, 2009 at 11:14 AM (PT)
Former CAROLINA PANTHERS radio voice BILL ROSINSKI has joined ESPN RADIO as play-by-play announcer for college football and basketball. ROSINSKI, who will join analyst DENNIS FRANCHIONE and sideline reporter JOE SCHAD RYAN for the football broadcasts and BOB VALVANO for NIT Season Tip-Off basketball action, called PANTHERS games in 1995-2004 and ATLANTA FALCONS games in 1992-94, and most recently called NFL and college basketball for WESTWOOD ONE; he has previously called the 2003 SENIOR and SUGAR BOWLS and 2004 CHICK-FIL-A BOWL for ESPN RADIO.
"It’s a pleasure to get to work for ESPN RADIO and a company synonymous with college football and basketball," said ROSINSKI. "I look forward to calling the action this fall for the worldwide leader in sports."
"Bill is a true pro with a glowing resume of great football and basketball play-by-play," said ESPN RADIO Executive Producer JOHN MARTIN. "The opportunity to team him with DENNIS and BOB will enhance our football and basketball broadcasts for all of our listeners."