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GINO TORRETTA – Color analyst


Gino Torretta is the most celebrated football player in University of Miami history. A1991 graduate with a degree in Business Management, Torretta won both athletic and academic awards during his prolific career as a Hurricane. He became only the second player in school history to win the coveted Heisman Trophy Award as the nation's top collegiate football player, was awarded the Walter Camp Foundation's Player of the Year, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, The Maxwell Trophy, and the Davey O'Brien national quarterback award. He earned First Team All-American honors by The Associated Press, Kodak, & The Football News.


Torretta finished his Miami career with eleven school passing records, including career attempts (991), completions (555), yards (7,690), total offense (7,772), longest pass (99yards to Horace Copeland vs. Arkansas, an NCAA record) and most passing yards in a game (485 vs. San Diego State).


He was tapped into Iron Arrow, as one of the University's best ambassadors, and has also been inducted into the Orange Bowl Hall of Honor, the University of Miami Hall of Fame and is a 2010 inductee to the College Football Hall of Fame. He also serves as the Founder and CEO of Touchdown Radio.




Taylor is set to begin his second season as the primary play-by-play voice of Touchdown Radio but has been calling games with us for three seasons. He also hosts The First Team each weekday morning from 7-10 am ET on SiriusXM College Sports Nation and does various shows for SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio, including anchoring the channel's pre and post round coverage of all four majors.


Taylor has 14 years of radio hosting experience with stops in Nashville, Mobile, Raleigh and Charlotte. He is a graduate of Huntingdon College and lives in Charlotte with his wife and two daughters.


Taylor can be reached via twitter: @taylorzradio


ROXY BERNSTEIN – Play-by-play


Roxy serves as the second play-by-play voice for Touchdown Radio, handling primarily Pac-12 and Big-12 conference games. In addition to his role with Touchdown Radio, Roxy is currently a play-by-play broadcaster for college basketball and college football on ESPN and the Pac-12 Network and has been the broadcast voice for University of California men’s basketball since 1997. He is also currently a broadcaster for the Oakland A’s and a talk show host for 95.7FM the Game in San Francisco.