Enberg, Dick

Born: Jan 09, 1935 AD
Died: 1998 AD, at 62 years of age.

Nationality: Unknown
Categories: Sportscaster

1935 - Born on the 9th of January in Mount Clemens, Michigan, United States.

1961 - He was an assistant professor and baseball coach at California State University, Northridge, U.S.A.

1965 - He began a full-time sportscasting career.

1967 - He hosted three game shows beside the aforementioned Sports Challenge: The Perfect Match.

1970 - He had run out of statistics and began to fill his television broadcast with small talk.

1975 - He joined the NBC television network.

1979 - He anchored NBC's coverage of Super Bowl XIII.

1980 - He was scheduled to be the prime time host for NBC's coverage of the Summer Olympics in

               Moscow, Russia.

1993 - He was inducted into Central Michigan University's Athletics Hall of Fame.

2000 - He was hired by CBS.

2002 - He received an honorary doctorate of humane letters in Indiana University, United States.

2004 - He served as a lead commentator for ESPN2's coverage of the Wimbledon, French Open, and 

            Australian Open tennis tournaments.

2006 - He was inducted into the Indiana University Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame in the fall.

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