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Bob Stevens (sportscaster)

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Bob Stevens (born November 25, 1954) is a sportscaster, best known as a former anchor on the ESPN family of networks. He was at ESPN from 1995 to 2002.

Stevens graduated from Tulsa University in 1977 with a degree in communications. From 1987-90, Stevens was the sports director at KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From 1990-94, Stevens was the weekend sports anchor for WEWS in Cleveland, Ohio. While he was there, Stevens created a popular show called Sports Sunday, which wrapped up the week in local sports ranging from professional, amateur, and high school. From 1994-96, Stevens worked as the sports director at WEWS, which he continued doing a month into his ESPN duties.

In 1995, Stevens conducted interviews with Jim Thome, Paul Sorrento, Tony Peña, and Julián Tavárez following the Cleveland Indians' series clinching victory in Game 3 of the American League Division Series against the Boston Red Sox for The Baseball Network/ABC.

In 2006, he started announcing Savannah State football games. He has also called football games for the Army Black Knights and also works for the PGA Tour Network.

External links

  • Barnidge, Noell (September 27, 2006). "Former 'SportsCenter' anchor Stevens the new voice of SSU football". Savannah Morning News. Retrieved December 26, 2020.
  • Brown, Mike (April 13, 2007). "Former ESPN anchor busy on satellite radio these days". Savannah Morning News. Retrieved December 26, 2020.
  • Bob Stevens - SportsCenter Tribute[dead link]
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