Tom Hart (sportscaster)

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Tom Hart
Education University of Missouri
Occupation Sports broadcaster
Years active1999–present

Tom Hart is a television announcer for ESPN. [1] He attended Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Missouri and is a graduate of the University of Missouri. [2] Hart lives in Atlanta.



Hart is a former field reporter on Braves Live, a pregame/postgame show for the Atlanta Braves. He calls college football and basketball for the ESPN family of networks after having performed the same role for the Big Ten Network from 2010–2012. Hart has also been the insider for college football and basketball on Fox Sports Radio and has been the play-by-play commentator and studio host for Comcast Sports Southeast. He also has served as a broadcaster for two minor league baseball teams: the Winston-Salem Warthogs and the Tennessee Smokies, where he also served as director of media relations.

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  1. "Play-by-Play Commentator". ESPN . Retrieved February 7, 2023.
  2. Blum, Eric (December 17, 2021). "Q&A: Columbia native and Rock Bridge alum Tom Hart talks calling Border War revival". Columbia Daily Tribune . Retrieved February 7, 2023.