Clark Kellogg is an eminent American sports journalist currently serving as the lead college basketball analyst at CBS Sports since 1993. Before that, he played in the National Basketball Association for the Indiana Pacers as a professional basketball player.
Clark Kellogg Age
Clark Kellogg was born in Cleveland, Ohio, United States on July 2, 1961, he is 61 years of age.
Clark Kellogg Height
Kellogg stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 7 in ( Approx 2.01m).
Clark Kellogg Family
He was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States by his loving and supportive parents named Mattie Kellogg his lovely mother and Clark Kellogg Sr his protective father. He has not shared any details about his siblings hence it is not known if he has any.
Clark Kellogg Wife
Clark is happily married to his adorable wife called Rosella Swayne Kellog. The lovely duo exchanged their vows on July 9, 1983. Calrk and his beautiful wife Rosella are blessed with three lovely kids, one beautiful daughter called Talisa, and two amazing sons named Alex and Nick, he played for Ohio University as a basketball player. Her daughter Talisa as well played at Georgia Tech University for Division I volleyball.
Clark Kellogg Education
He studied at St. Joseph High School located in Cleveland, Ohio, and afterward joined Ohio State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Marketing.
Clark Kellogg Salary
Clark receives an annual average salary of $97,159 and this is according to CBS Sports lead college basketball analysts’ salary.
Clark Kellogg’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a lead college basketball analyst at CBS Sports is the primary source of his income.
Clark Kellogg Career
In 1993 is when he came to CBS Sports where he was hired to work as a game analyst and served for one year and provided coverage for the NCAA Tournament. He served as a studio co-host for the early round of providing coverage for the NCAA Tournament from 1994 to 1997.
In 1997 he was promoted to serve as a game and studio analyst for college basketball coverage. He served together with Greg Gumbel, Seth Davis, and Sports Illustrated and he was one of the three in-studio hosts for March Madness.
In the 2008 to 2009 college basketball season he filed in the position as the lead basketball game analyst of Billy Packer. He also served together with Jim Nantz when they announced the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
In March 2010, he played against Barack Obama U.S. President in a game of H.O.R.S.E. In 2014, he turned back to his previous position as a studio host analyst.