Adam Zucker Named Master of Ceremonies for 2015 Bronko Nagurski Awards Banquet Presented by ACN
Sports Network College Football Today Host Honored to Emcee Event Celebrating Nation's Top College Football Defensive Player
Charlotte, N.C. (August 13, 2015) - The Charlotte Touchdown Clubin conjunction with the Football Writers Association of America
officially announced today that CBS
Sports Network host and lead anchorAdam Zucker as Master of Ceremonies for the 2015 Bronko Nagurski Awards Banquet
scheduled for Monday, December 7th.
"Over the past decade, Adam Zucker has risen quickly through the ranks to become one of today's outstanding young sports broadcasters and we're excited to have him as Master of Ceremonies for the 2015 Bronko Nagurski Awards Banquet," said John Rocco executive director of the Charlotte Touchdown Club.
Adam Zucker was named host of COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY, CBS Sports' pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show, in 2014.
He also serves as lead anchor for CBS Sports Network, hosting various studio shows including INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL and INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL.
Zucker joined CBS Sports Network in 2003 (then CSTV), shortly after its launch.
has been an Associated Press college football voter since 2012.
In addition, Zucker has worked as anchor for CBS Sports' college basketball studio coverage and CBS Sports Desk studio show.
Before joining CBS Sports Network, Zucker was a sports anchor and reporter at WBRE-TV in Wilkes Barre/Scranton for nearly four years (1999-2003); covering Penn State football, the Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Penguins and top minor league affiliates.
Zucker began as a sports reporter at WTVH, the CBS-affiliate in Syracuse, where he worked upon graduating from Syracuse's Newhouse School of Public Communications ('98) with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Zucker also served as on-site host and sideline reporter for the Syracuse Radio Network's football broadcasts during the 1999 season.