Author Archives: Ted Sobel

About Ted Sobel

Award winning sportscaster/journalist covering major events around the world since 1973. Please check out my deep audio vault and follow me on twitter (@tedsobelsports).

There’s a DRAFT in here…and WOW is it strong and deep!

The NFL draft is here and again I’ve lined up for you one of the foremost experts in rating college talent. Ron Marmalefsky has been following players like a science for over 30 years. I hope you enjoy his analysis … Continue reading

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California Chrome speaks…Through his jockey of course :)

He’s not Mr. Ed but California Chrome has a great spokesman in jockey Victor Espinoza and I spoke with him from his Southern California home this morning to get his take on winning Saturday’s Kentucky Derby and his chances to … Continue reading

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First the Masters and then a day with Bart Starr…what a week!

Tops on my bucket list was covering the Masters and that was a great experience for sure. But just as important to me was to meet my childhood football idol Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers. We had spoken … Continue reading

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It’s Masters week and I’m finally there to see it with my own eyes!

It was a nice drive on Wednesday morning heading into Augusta National for the first time. But to my surprise NO Magnolia Lane. I found out later that it’s a private road inside the complex and it’s not for public … Continue reading

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Round 3 is in the book at the Kraft Nabisco

It was great to be back as the first major of the year’s 18th green announcer (although in a new spot-right next to the grandstand directly behind the green and not behind the bridge as in my first 5 years … Continue reading

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Let’s savor our last taste of the Kraft Nabisco Championship

I don’t know about you, but I’m more than ready to get the majors going on both golf tours. Next week I’ll be covering The Masters for the first time (even without the injured Tiger Woods) but now it’s time … Continue reading

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