Scott Graham

Scott Graham is the pregame, halftime and postgame host for Westwood One’s Sunday and Thursday NFL coverage.

Graham has spent over 25 years as a radio and television sportscaster including play-by-play for both the NFL and NFL Europe on FOX. On the radio side, Graham served as the play-by-play voice of the Philadelphia Phillies for eight seasons from 1999-2006. Since 2003, Graham has narrated a variety of programs, commercials, and features produced by NFL Films. His voice has most often been heard on Inside the NFL on Showtime, in weekly game previews on NFL.com, and in various season highlight films for NFL teams.

He also currently co-hosts the weekly feature program, NFL Preview with Boomer Esiason, is the play-by-play voice for Philadelphia Eagles preseason television games, and does play-by-play for Westwood One’s coverage of NCAA basketball games, the men’s NCAA basketball tournament and the College World Series.

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NIT Semifinal Highlights: Valparaiso holds off BYU, advances to NIT final

29 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
NEW YORK, NY – Top-seeded Valparaiso was in control for most of the game, until a late-second half comeback gave the Cougars a brief one-point lead with under two minutes to play.  David Skara would come off the Crusader bench, though, to hit a tie-breaking three with 20 seconds left, and then Shane…
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Second Round Highlights: Duke survives late drama to get past Yale

19 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Grayson Allen had 28 points and Brandon Ingram scored 25 to help No. 4-seed Duke hold off upset-minded Yale in NCAA second-round action from Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Allen had five 3-pointers for the Blue Devils who advance to next week’s regional action in Anaheim. But it was…
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Interview: Yale coach James Jones discusses the resilience of the Bulldog seniors; Makai Mason’s toughness and athleticism; unfinished business; and more

19 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
PROVIDENCE, RI – Yale head coach James Jones doesn’t need anyone to tell him just how momentous it was when his Bulldogs claimed the New Haven school’s first outright Ivy League title since 1962; nor does he need reminding that their upset win over Baylor was Yale’s first ever in the…
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Providence Second Round Preview: Double-digit seeds look to challenge Tobacco Road foes

19 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
PROVIDENCE, RI – Saturday’s slate of Second round games gets started with an early matinee in Providence.  Both contests feature a match-up between a confident small conference team–playing their best respective basketball of the season–and an athletic squad from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 11-seed Wichita State Shockers will tip-off against the 3-seed Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes…
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Wichita State forward Markis McDuffie, left, and Arizona guard Kadeem Allen, right, vie for a loose ball during the first half of a first-round game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament in Providence, R.I., Thursday, March 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

First Round Highlights: Wichita State Stuns Arizona 65-55

18 March 2016 Comments are off for this post.
PROVIDENCE, RI – Wichita State, the 11th-seed who had to win a play-in game just to get into the field of 64, beat perennial power and sixth-seed Arizona 65-55 Thursday night to stay alive in the NCAA Tournament. Fred VanVleet led the way for Wichita State with 16 points. Scott…
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