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Talent Profile - Clark Kellogg, College Basketball Analyst

Friday, February 1, 2008 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 8:15 PM, under , , ,

Clark Kellogg is a basketball hero at The Ohio State University, and a long-time college basketball analyst for CBS Sports. What makes Kellogg a great role model is that he went back and finished his degree on The Oval. This is is his profile as published by CBS Sports. Last updated Feb 1, 2008.

Clark Kellogg joined CBS Sports full time in 1997, after having served as a studio and game analyst for ESPN (1990-97). He has worked the last 14 years on CBS Sports' coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, first as a game analyst and then as co-host of first- and second-round studio coverage. He has co-hosted the Road to the Final Four, the Final Four and the Championship game since 1997.

A standout basketball player at Ohio State University (1979-82), Kellogg led the Buckeyes in both scoring and rebounding as a sophomore and junior. He earned All-Big Ten and Most Valuable Player honors in 1982, when he averaged 16.1 points and 10.5 rebounds per game. Following his junior year, he entered the NBA Draft and was the No. 1 pick of the Indiana Pacers. He played for five seasons before retiring with chronic knee problems.

Kellogg began his broadcasting career as an analyst for the Pacers' radio broadcasts and has served as their television analyst since 1990. He has also worked for the Big East Network and Prime Sports.

Kellogg continued his education at Ohio State after joining the NBA and graduated in December 1996 with a degree in marketing. In 2002, he received the Distinguished Service Alumni Award and was inducted into the Ohio State University Hall of Fame. He was born July 2, 1961, and lives in Westerville, Ohio, with his wife, Rosy, and their three children.

Photograph courtesy of CBS Sports.

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