Tim Brando is an American sportscaster with CBS Sports and Fox Sports known as one of the most recognizable voices in college sports. Brando has also worked with Raycom Sports, ESPN, and SiriusXM covering NCAA football, basketball and the NBA. He has served as a host for games, a play-by-play announcer and halftime host. Before heading to FOX Sports, Brando spent 18 years with CBS Sports as studio host of its College Football Today and At the Half studio shows. From 2001-15, Brando hosted the immensely popular radio program, the Tim Brando Show, which developed into one of, if not the most respected college sports show in the country. Brando is a winner of the prestigious Lindsey Nelson Award in 2014, a national honor given annually to a college football broadcaster. In 2009, he was awarded the coveted Jake Wade Award, given annually by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA) to a national media member for outstanding promotion of intercollegiate athletics. In 2018, Brando received the Richard M. Uray-Alpha Epsilon Rho Award for Lifetime Achievement, presented by the National Broadcasting Society-Alpha Epsilon Rho. We are grateful to have such an accomplished broadcaster as a friend and contributor at 1010XL/92.5 FM.