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Craig Way Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Texas Longhorns Sports

Craig Way Biography

Craig Way is an American sportscaster currently working for the Texas Longhorns sports network as the play-by-play announcer.

His main role is to do live radio play-by-play coverage for all major Texas Longhorn sports including men’s and women’s basketball and baseball and Longhorn football, among others. He as well serves on High School Scoreboard Live on Fox Sports Southwest as a host.

Craig Way Age

Craig was born in North Carolina, United States of America, on July 18, 1960. He is 61 years old.

Craig Way Height

Way stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 inches ( Approx 1.78m).

Craig Way Education

He graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of North Texas in the year 1985.  While there, He held different duties for the KNTU (the school’s radio station), eventually.

Craig Way Family

Craig was born in North Carolina, United States of America to his caring and loving father and mother. Our efforts to find out more about His family information are under review and will be updated as soon as available.

Craig Way Wife

Craig was married to the love of his life named Laurie Porter. In February 1984, The couple went on their first date. By then, in North Texas, they were both college students.

After the date, the duo agreed to go to a Friday night dinner in Denton on the square. In 1986, The two were hitched. In October 2016, She lost her dia life to cancer at the age of 54 leaving behind four amazing children Called Julianne Way, Jason Way, Andy Way, and Haley Carroll.

Craig Way Salary

Craig earns an annual salary of$77,265 per year.

Craig Way Net Worth

Way has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U. S dollars.

Craig Way Career

Following his graduation from the University in 1985, He joined KRLD in Dallas where he served for 13 years as a sports anchor,  talk show host, as well as a play-by-play guy.

From 1988 to 1992, Craig was a studio host for football broadcasts from the Southwest Conference Radio Network and the University of Texas. He had the opportunity to cover many major sporting events such as the 2006 Rose Bowl.

In this game, Texas in college football captured the National Championship while serving with the University. Also,  in 2003,  he covered Texas  Final Four in New Orleans.

In 1992, Craig become the official voice of the Texas High School Football State Championships serving for the TV network ( currently known as Fox Sports Southwest).

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