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Mark Rogers

"The Voice of College Football"

A rapidly growing legion of fans proclaim Mark Rogers as “The Voice of College Football.” The three-time AP Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year covered the most important stories and events in the SEC for seven years as Sports Director at WCBI. Now after another 19 years as a Production Operations Manager at ESPN, Mark is laser focused on his passion of college football. Mark kicked off his broadcasting career at WNCO as a news anchor and play-by-play voice for high school and college sports in Central Ohio. Now “The Voice” is stronger and sweeter than ever.

Mark Rogers

Mark Rogers

"The Voice of College Football"

 
A rapidly growing legion of fans proclaim Mark Rogers as “The Voice of College Football.” The three-time AP Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year covered the most important stories and events in the SEC for seven years as Sports Director at WCBI. Now after another 19 years as a Production Operations Manager at ESPN, Mark is laser focused on his passion of college football. Mark kicked off his broadcasting career at WNCO as a news anchor and play-by-play voice for high school and college sports in Central Ohio. Now “The Voice” is stronger and sweeter than ever.

College Football Articles

The biggest college football questions of 2022 reside in South Carolina

Plenty of big questions greet each and every college football season. This year, the Nick Saban-Jimbo Fisher feud will make Alabama-Texas A&M extra spicy. Jim Harbaugh beating Ryan Day last year makes Michigan-Ohio State freshly intriguing in a way it had not been...

National title game preview

For the better part of 30 years, people jokingly referred to the Big Ten as the Big 2 Little 8. Now, it appears college football is the Big 2 Little 128. Alabama and Georgia have so clearly distinguished themselves as the head of the class; it’s only fitting they meet again for the title.

Georgia-Michigan preview (Part 3)

In the six weeks leading up to Georgia locking horns with Alabama, the Bulldogs had faced just one opponent that would finish above 0.500, and it showed.

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