Former footballer turn commentator Kirk Herbstreit net worth is now $2 million. Worked with ESPN and ABC Network, his salary is $200 thousand and has a house. Once a popular quarterback player as well as a successful baseball player, Kirk Herbstreit is best recognized today as the American sports analyst especially as the college football analyst on the ESPN Channel. He is praised by many for his uncanny insightful perspective as well as on the mark and crisp analysis.
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Source of Income||Commentator|
|Birth Date||August 19, 1969|
|Height||1.93 m / 6.4 feet|
This Centerville Ohio guy was born on August 19, 1969, and grew up with football since his father, Jim, had many accolades under his belt as a professional college football player. His father’s success deeply influenced him. He completed his graduation in the same city in Centerville High School in the same city. This white ethnicity Christian guy became a quarterback of his college team. From 1989 to 1993, he played on behalf of Ohio State. In 1993, he switched to Florida Citrus Bowl. His total professional career achievements are of 2437 career passing yards with 197 completions as well as 349 attempts. He won the Gatorade Player of the year award in 1988.
Kirk Herbstrei’s House
Despite his graduation degree in business administration, he decided to pursue a career in broadcasting after he retired from sports instead of going into sales. He took up the radio gig job which paid him above five times less than the sales job offered to him. It was a good risk which pays off even today. His broadcasting career finally flourished with ESPN as well as ABC Network where he looks into the ‘College Game Day’ broadcast as well as the ‘college football’ show respectively. He even contributed to the ESPN magazine we well as internet site. His career still flourishes well there and can only take an upward trend.
On the personal front, he currently resides in Nashville. He had to leave Ohio due to his fan’s belligerence following his criticism of the home team in a broadcast. Today, he is happily married to Allison Butler whom he met when she was a cheerleader for the Ohio State. In 1998, they tied the knot and today have four children including a twin set.