2-Time Edward R. Murrow Award Winning Sportscaster + Host + Voice + Spokesperson + Emcee + Writer


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Tom James is a 2-time Edward R. Murrow Award-winning sportscaster, who does play-by-play & studio work for the ESPN Family of Networks (including ESPN Wide World of Sports, ESPN3, college football, basketball, & a wide array of other sports), CBS Sports Network, Lax Sports Network, & Pro Watercross. Tom also hosts and produces sports documentaries & is part of the weekly regionally syndicated college football radio show, "Southern Pigskin Tonight."

Cause Of Death: Track Rage Culture

Saturday night's dirt track fatality in New York in which Tony Stewart's car struck and killed 20 year old driver Kevin Ward, Jr. as he confronted Stewart's oncoming vehicle after getting out of his car is a tragedy, from every conceivable angle. Did...
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Jameis And Jimbo's Jumbo Feat

Florida State enters the college football season as the prohibitive #1 ranked team in the Coaches' Poll. Seminoles' quarterback Jameis Winston? Back to defend his Heisman Trophy. Both the team and the man are odds on favorites to finish this season e...
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Golf's All-Time Foursome

At 21, Jordan Spieth is the first player since Tiger Woods 14 years ago to have started the major championship season with wins at The Masters and the U.S. Open. In fact, Spieth is the youngest man ever to win the f...
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Florida's Fragile Football Ego

At the SEC Media Days this week in Hoover, Alabama, Gator Coach Will Muschamp has stressed (to stressed Gator fans) that Coordinator Kurt Roper's new up-tempo offense is ahead of where they thought it would be by this point in prepping for the upcomi...
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What Price For Price?

Tonight at Yankee Stadium, Tampa Bay Rays' ace David Price takes the mound looking to make a little history. He'll try to become only the fourth pitcher ever to strike out 10 or more batters in six consecutive games. The other three - Nolan Ryan...
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