Andy Katz is a well-known American sportscaster currently serving for the Big Ten Network as a college basketball analyst. Andy as well serves for college basketball as the NCAA correspondent. Previously, she served as a sports reporter for ESPN for at least twenty years.
Andy Katz Age
Andy Katz was born in Newton, Massachusetts, in the United States on April 7, 1968, he is 54 years of age.
Andy Katz Height
Katz stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 in ( approx. 1.85 m ).
Andy Katz Family
Andy was born and brought up by his supportive and protective parents in Newton, Massachusetts, in the United States. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details regarding his siblings and parents hence their existence and professions are not known.
Andy Katz Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife called Denise Padilla who is an avid runner. The adorable couple exchanged their vows in 1995. Andy met his wife while she operating for the Associated Press and while he was serving for the Albuquerque journal. The adorable couple is blessed with two adorable kids, a beautiful daughter called Lucia and an amazing son named Sal. Andy and his adorable family live happily together in West Hartford, Connecticut, together with a rescue dog called Lola.
Andy Katz Education
He studied at Newton South High School where while a senior in the middle of the season he was cut off the basketball team. However, rather than stinking in defeat, Andy went out to a regional cable corporation and requested if they would televise the Newton North and Newton South basketball team from 1985 to 1986.
The corporation accepted his request and it was his first job in sports broadcasting in more than 35 years. Later, he joined the University of Wisconsin–Madison where in 1990 he graduated with a degree.
Andy Katz Salary
Andy receives an annual salary of $109,200 and this is according to Big Ten Network college basketball analysts’ salary.
Andy Katz’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $5 million US dollars and his career as a college basketball analyst at Big Ten Network is the primary source of his income.
Andy Katz Career
Andy is currently serving for the Big Ten Network as a college basketball analyst. Andy as well serves for college basketball as the NCAA correspondent. Previously, she served as a sports reporter for ESPN for at least twenty years. He was the regular sports analyst for ESPN’s College GameNight and a sports reporter for The Fresno Bee.
He was one of the 100 workers that ESPN laid them off in 2017. He served for the Albuquerque Journal and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel during his career as a sportscaster.
He also creates forecasts of basketball every March and February, Bracketology which is the forecast technique of the field and instilling in the NCAA tournament for the 68 teams.
Also, every season he discharges his bracketology and the spectators have a chance of partaking in the bracketology by filling out a bracket. Andy reloaded nearly a dozen bracket forecasts in the 2018-2019 season. He got 67 out of 68 teams right during the final prediction before Selection Sunday.