Michael Todd "Mike" Tirico (/tᵻˈriːkoʊ/; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster, best known for his role as a coverage play-by-play announcer on ESPN's presentation of Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. In addition, Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including the NBA, golf, and tennis.

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  • Michael Todd "Mike" Tirico (/tᵻˈriːkoʊ/; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster, best known for his role as a coverage play-by-play announcer on ESPN's presentation of Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. In addition, Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including the NBA, golf, and tennis. He was also one of the anchors of ESPN's coverage of the FIFA World Cup, along with Bob Ley.It was reported by John Ourand of Sports Business Daily on April 25, 2016, that Tirico would leave ESPN when his contract expired in the summer to join NBC Sports. Ourand also wrote that Tirico was expected to be the play-by-play anchor of NBC's Thursday Night Football coverage beginning with the 2016 NFL season. (en)
  • Michael Todd "Mike" Tirico (/tᵻˈriːkoʊ/; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster for NBC. He is perhaps best known for his ten-year run as a play-by-play announcer on ESPN's presentation of Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. Tirico called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including NBA basketball, golf, and tennis. He was also one of the anchors of ESPN's coverage of the FIFA World Cup, along with Bob Ley.It was reported by John Ourand of Sports Business Daily on April 25, 2016, that Tirico would leave ESPN when his contract expired in the summer to join NBC Sports. Tirico's first on-air appearance on an NBC property came during the 2016 Open Championship on Golf Channel, serving as a studio host. (en)
  • Michael Todd Tirico (; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster. He is perhaps best known for his 10-year run as an NFL play-by-play announcer on ESPN's Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including NBA basketball, golf, and tennis. He was one of the anchors of ESPN's coverage of the FIFA World Cup along with Bob Ley.Tirico left ESPN when his contract expired in the summer of 2016, and was subsequently hired by NBC Sports. Tirico's first on-air appearance on an NBC property came during the 2016 Open Championship on Golf Channel, serving as a studio host.Although it was reported that NBC had intended Tirico to serve as the lead play-by-play for newly acquired portion of the Thursday Night Football package, contractual obligations required the positions to be filled by NBC's existing Sunday Night Football broadcast team. However, Tirico would call a limited schedule of games from both packages in the 2016 season, primarily as a substitute for lead commentator Al Michaels. In 2017, Tirico called all Thursday games on NBC.After calling three Notre Dame games in 2016, Tirico replaced Dan Hicks as the full-time play-by-play man for Notre Dame Football on NBC in 2017.On February 9, 2017, it was announced that Tirico would become primetime host of NBC's coverage of the Olympics, beginning at the 2018 Winter Olympics, and as the main studio host for NBC's coverage of the NFL beginning in the 2017 season, both replacing veteran sportscaster, Bob Costas. (en)
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  • Michael Todd "Mike" Tirico (/tᵻˈriːkoʊ/; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster, best known for his role as a coverage play-by-play announcer on ESPN's presentation of Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. In addition, Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including the NBA, golf, and tennis. (en)
  • Michael Todd Tirico (; born December 13, 1966) is an American sportscaster. He is perhaps best known for his 10-year run as an NFL play-by-play announcer on ESPN's Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including NBA basketball, golf, and tennis. (en)
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