Facts of Kirk Herbstreit
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||49 years old|
|Family Name :||Herbstreit|
|Birth Place :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||leo|
|Height :||6 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||Centerville, Ohio|
|Net Worth||$ 2 Million|
|Hair Color||Brown Light|
|Married to||Alison Butler (m. 1998)|
|Children||Tye Herbstreit, Chase Herbstreit, Zak Herbstreit, Jake Herbstreit|
|Education||Centerville High School, Ohio State University|
|Awards||2010 Won Emmy Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Analyst|
|Online Presence||Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia|
|TV Show||College GameDay (Football)|
He is a commentator for football and ESPN analyst, a television program covering college football and a commentator on college football games on ABC and ESPN. He graduated from Centerville High School. He was also a standout baseball player. When he was in high school, he was the quarterback and he achieved a notable feat when he was a senior. He was appointed the Gatorade Player of the Year, at that time.
He is said to be honest and an energetic person from the time he was in his high school. Along with the money he has earned a lot of respect from his illustrative career. He is a married man who married his love. The couple is happy with each other and has a pretty good understanding of each other. They have four children among which two are twins, their details have not been disclosed yet.
Early Life And Education Of Kirk Herbstreit
Kirk Herbstreit was born on 19 August 1969 in Centerville, Ohio to the family of Judy Herbstreit and Jim Herbstreit. His birth sign is Leo. His father was a captain of the 1960 Ohio State team and also an assistant coach at Ohio State.
He has a sister named Terri Holmes.
He completed his graduation from Centerville High School in Centerville, Ohio. He was a quarterback for the Elks and was declared the Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior. Also, he was a standout baseball player.
He completed his graduation from Ohio State University with a degree in Business Administration in 1993.
Kirk Herbstreit's Career
Herbstreit, 48, is known for his work on the ESPN College GameDay set with Rece Davis, Lee Corso, and Desmond Howard. It is the show that discusses the day's college football games marking the highlights and players.
He works as an analyst for ABC Sports' college football primetime series with Chris Fowler. He is also a regular contributor to ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com.
He is also a contributor to the Columbus, Ohio-based FM radio station 97.1 The Fan. He worked as a panelist for "Who's Now" with Michael Wilbon and Keyshawn Johnson.
ESPN announced that he will take the place of Jon Gruden on ESPN's coverage of the NFL draft in February 2018. It was said that he'd be joined by host Trey Wingo, NFL analyst Louis Riddick, and draft analyst Mel Kiper during the game at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas in April 2018.
Kirk Herbstreit's Net Worth
Herbstreit has an estimated net worth of about $4 million with an annual salary of about $2 million at present.
Details about his property including his house, cars, and other assets are not revealed in media.
Kirk Herbstreit's Awards And Achievements
He won the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality in 2010, 2011, 2018.
Kirk Herbstreit's Personal Life
Herbstreit met his future wife Allison Butler while studying at Ohio State. He was a good baseball and football player while Butler was a cheerleader.
The couple dated for some years and married in 1998. Living about 20 years together, they are blessed with four kids, two are twins named Tye Herbstreit and Jake Herbstreit and the other two are Zak Herbstreit and Chase Herbstreit.
Initially, they lived in Nashville, USA and later, the family of six shifted to Ohio State in 2011.
Kirk Herbstreit Affairs
Second Affair with Tracy
She is said to be the member of ESPN. Her detail information is not available and their relationship was not announced officially.
Third Affair with Erin Jill Andrews
She is an American sportscaster, television personality and journalist. She currently hosts FOX College Football for Fox Sports, as well as Dancing with the Stars for ABC.