Doug Karsch Biography
Doug Karsch is an American talk radio personality and Michigan Wolverines sports reporter headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. He also appears as a reporter on Inside Michigan Football on the same networks.
Karsch also hosts Michigan Sports Weekly, a weekly newsmagazine show for the University of Michigan’s Wolverines that airs on the Michigan Channel, Fox Sports Detroit, and the Big Ten Network. He as well co-hosts Karsch & Anderson on WXYT-FM “97.1.”
How old is Doug Karsch? – Age
He was born as Douglas Allen Karsch, III on 30 September 1969 in Champaign, Illinois, United States. He is 53 years as of 2022.
Where did Doug Karsch go to school? – Education
Karsch holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Michigan State University. He’s been heard all throughout the country on ESPN College Football Tailgate on ESPN Radio.
Doug Karsch – Wife
Susan Karsch is his wife. Booker, Kaylie, and AJ Karsch are the couple’s three children.
What is Doug Karsch’s Salary?
His salary is under review.
Doug Karsch’s Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to range from $1 million-$5 million.
Doug Karsch Radio
His co-host is Karsch & Anderson (formerly the Big Show), a weekday radio talk show on WXYT-FM “97.1 The Ticket” in Detroit, Michigan. Doug also co-hosts The Brady Hoke Radio Show with Jim Brandstatter and a rotating cast of assistant coaches and players, which airs live on Thursdays throughout the college football season. He also works as a sideline reporter for Michigan football games.
In April of 2014, Karsch was said to be one of the contenders for the University of Michigan Football play-by-play radio job. Dan Dierdorf, a former Michigan football player who also worked as a color commentator for NFL games on ABC and CBS, was eventually chosen for the role.
Beginning in the autumn of 2022, Karsch and Jon Jansen, a former Michigan football player, will be the new voices of Michigan Football.
Doug Karsch Career
He started his professional career as a sports reporter at WEYI in Flint. He debuted on Ann Arbor’s WTKA radio station in 1994. He’s done pre-game, halftime, and post-game coverage for the Michigan basketball team. In addition, he has covered NASCAR and CART events.
Karsch also hosts Michigan Sports Weekly, a weekly newsmagazine show for the University of Michigan’s Michigan Channel, as well as Fox Sports Detroit and the Big Ten Network. He’s also a reporter on Inside Michigan Football, which airs on the same channels.
In addition to working at WXYT, Karsch has given interviews on his thoughts on a variety of news stories surrounding the Michigan Wolverines football team, which were later reported in The Detroit Free Press. His radio conversations with other athletes, such as one with Dontrelle Willis when he was signed by the Detroit Tigers, have been published in the Detroit Free Press.