Lance Zierlein is a sports analyst and commentator from the United States. In Houston, Texas, he has hosted sports talk shows on KILT 610, KGOW 1560 AM, KBME 790, and KFNC 97.5 FM. He has worked as a weekly football analyst for Prime Sports Radio’s football weekend show. He was also a previous blogger for the Houston Chronicle. He now has his own football website, The Sideline View.
Lance Zierlein Age
Lance Zierlein is a native of the United States of America. He keeps his personal life to himself. As a result, his exact birth date and year are unknown to the general public.
Lance Zierlein Height
Lance stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Lance Zierlein Family
Lance’s father, Larry Zierlein, and mother raised him in the United States. His father was a coach before serving in the Vietnam War from 1967 to 1968. He has coached at many levels, including high school, college, and professional.
Lance Zierlein Wife
Lance is married to his lovely wife Nicole. Drake, Alec, Mason, Sebastian, and Marianna are the couple’s five children. Sebastian, also known as Snax, has been in numerous viral videos and has been discussed on the radio by Lance.
Lance Zierlein Education
Lance graduated from Lamar Consolidated High School in 1988. He attended Tulane University after graduating from high school. He attended Tulane University after graduating from high school. After college, he founded “Pigskin Sports,” a sports analysis firm, and began to appear on radio stations across the country, including in Houston, Baton Rouge, and Miami.
Lance Zierlein Salary
Lance annually earns a salary of $74,522.
Lance Zierlein Net Worth
Lance’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Lance Zierlein Career
After college, Lance founded “Pigskin Sports,” a sports analysis firm, and began to appear on radio stations across the country, including in Houston, Baton Rouge, and Miami. He was also a weekly football expert on Prime Sports Radio’s weekend show. He began his career at 610 KILT, where he co-hosted the weekend show “Fast Break with Nate” with Nate Griffin.
He soon joined John Granato in 1997 to launch “The Bench,” which was Houston’s top-rated sports talk program for the greater part of a decade. Following a disagreement with management, he and his co-host, John Granato, founded KGOW. The Houston Press named the morning drive time duo “Best Talk Radio” in 2008. He is also a former Houston Chronicle blogger who now owns a football website called The Sideline View.
He began working as an NFL draft analyst and content provider for NFL.com in November 2015 and continues to do so today. Each season, he writes the strengths and flaws for over 500 draft profiles and is a prominent analyst on the NFL Now mobile app during combine and NFL draft broadcasts. He was a morning sports talk radio anchor at 790 KBME from 2011 to 2017.