Gregg Doyel Biography
Gregg Doyel is a well-known American journalist and sports columnist currently working for the Indianapolis Star as a sports columnist. Before, Gregg worked for CBSSports.com as a national sportswriter and has been named three times by the Associated Press Sports Editors as the country’s top sports columnist. Gregg has won 11 different APSE Top 10 awards, seven for columns, such as firsts in 2014, 2017, and 2019, a second in 2010, and a third in 2016.
Gregg Doyel Age
Gregg Doyel was born in 1967, in Hawaii, United States of America. He is 55 years old.
Gregg Doyel Height
Gregg is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.73 m).
Gregg Doyel Family
Gregg Doyel was born in Hawaii but brought up in Mississippi by loving and caring parents. His dad served at the University of Mississippi as a law professor.
Gregg Doyel Education
Gregg joined Stratford Academy in Macon, Georgia. While there, he was named all-state twice in baseball in 1988 and 1987 for coaches Bobby Henley and Bubber Adams, and once in soccer for coach Sharad Apte in 1986. Later, in the year 1988, Gregg attended the University of Florida and graduated in the year 1992.
Gregg Doyel Wife
Gregg is a proud father of two handsome young boys, Macon and Jackson. Nevertheless, Gregg’s marital status is not known to the public, therefore, it is not known if Gregg is single, divorced, or married.
Gregg Doyel Salary
Gregg Doyel’s Net Worth
Gregg Doyel has piled up a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Gregg Doyel Career
He works for the Indianapolis Star as a sports columnist. Before, Gregg worked for CBSSports.com as a national sportswriter. Gregg also served as the site’s college basketball writer prior to becoming a columnist. Furthermore, he has authored two books, titled Coach K: Building the Duke Dynasty and Kentucky Wildcats: Where have you gone?
Before joining Sportsline.com, Gregg worked as the Florida Marlins beat writer at the Miami Herald, an ACC basketball writer with the Charlotte Observer, and a sports writer with the Tampa Tribune. It was announced that he would host a radio program on Cincinnati’s WCKY (AM) in the 9 AM-Noon time slot alongside Mo Egger on May 21, 2007. Furthermore, Gregg also hosted the WCKY show till he was discharged in the wake of a budget cut on 13th December 2007.