Brent Musburger Biography
Todd Musberger is a skilled American sportscaster currently working as radio play-by-play voice for the Las Vegas Raiders as well as the lead broadcaster and managing editor at Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN).
From 1973 until 1990, Brent served at CBS Sports as one of the original members of their program The NFL Today and was also assigned with coining the phrase “March Madness.” Being at CBS, he also covered the U.S. Open tennis, Super Bowl, the World Series, The Masters, as well as NBA Finals.
Brent Musburger Age
Brent Musberger was born on 26th May 1939, in Portland, Oregon, in the United States of America. He is 83 years old.
Brent Musburger Height
Brent is a man of moderate stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Brent Musburger Family
Todd Musberger was born in Portland, Oregon, and raised in Billings, Montana. He is the proud son of Cec Musburger and Beryl Ruth (Woody). Brent was brought up alongside his brother called Todd Musberger who is a Chicago-stationed attorney specializing in both entertainment law and media.
Brent Musburger Wife
He is gladly married to his beloved wife Arlene Clare Sander. The pair is blessed with two adorable children namely Blake Musburger and Scott Musburger.
Brent Musburger Education
He attained his High School diploma from the Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in Faribault, Minnesota. Later on, he matriculated at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism where he was sent away for a year for owning and operating a car with no license.
Brent Musburger Salary
He earns an ample salary of $4 Million Per Year. This is according to VSiN lead broadcasters’ salaries.
Brent Musburger Net Worth
Brent Musberger has stockpiled a lot of wealth from her successful career and has an estimated net worth of $18 Million.
Brent Musburger Career
He made controversial comments about the then-Campus of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon during the 2017 Sugar Bowl, held in early January. Previously, Joe had punched and broken a woman’s jaw.
Later, Brent publicized that he would retire from play-by-play broadcasting and would call his final game at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky on January 31, 2017.
He announced he planned to help his family get sports handicapping business established in Las Vegas, have a sports gambling show on Sirius XM Radio, and enjoy private travel. The new venture, Vegas Stats and Information Network (VSiN) is broadcast from a custom-built studio at the South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa and is the first multichannel network dedicated to sports gambling information.
Brent serves as managing editor of the network and also hosts its program My Guys in the Desert. On July 17, 2018, it was reported that Brent would return to the broadcast booth, this time as the new radio voice for the Oakland Raiders under a contract of three years restoring Greg Papa.
Brent joined ABC Sports and ESPN in 1990. He continued to cover the NBA Finals, and providing play-by-play for Saturday Night Football and the SEC Network, and hosted Monday Night Football. He covered the United States Open and British Open golf, Indianapolis 500, the Belmont Stakes, the College Football national championship, as well as the World Cup among other big events.
Afterward, in January of 2017, he left the ABC television and ESPN networks after 27 years, temporarily retiring from play-by-play live sports.