Trevor Matich Biography, Age, Family, Education, Relationship, Photo, Career

Trevor Matich Biography

Trevor Matich (born October 9, 1961) is an American football analyst and former center in the National Football League from 1985 through 1996.

Trevor Matich Age

Matich was born on October 9, 1961, in Washington DC. 

Trevor Matich Education

Matich attended Rio American High School in Sacramento, CA where he played for his high school football team in his senior years.

After completing high school, Trevor Anthony Matich enrolled at Brigham Young University and played for the Brigham Young University. He helped his team win the 1984 NCAA football championship as their starting center.

Trevor Matich Family

Matich to parents, Anthony Matich and Carol Matich. As per his nationality, he is American. Further, his star sign is Libra. He grew up along with his siblings, Dever Matich.

Trevor Matich wife

Matich hasn’t revealed anything regarding his personal life. There is literally no information regarding his relationships and dating affairs. It seems that he has chosen to keep his personal life quite a secret.

Matich was a hard-working player during his career in NFL. Currently, he has a successful career as a color analyst on ESPN. Therefore, we can assume that he is more focused on his careers than being open about his relationships.

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Trevor Matich Children

There is no record of Trevor having children

Trevor Matich Height 

Matich stands a height of 6ft 4 in. And a weight of 130 kg.

Trevor Matich  Career

Matich also played college football at Brigham Young University where he was a two-time all-conference offensive lineman in the Western Athletic Conference.

As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he went on a mission to Torreón in Mexico after his second season at BYU. After returning, he helped the team win the 1984 NCAA football championship as their starting center.

Professional career

He was drafted by the New England Patriots in the first round of the 1985 NFL Draft. He injured his ankle in his first game as a rookie and missed the rest of the season. After four seasons with the Patriots, he went on to play for the Detroit Lions, New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts and Washington Redskins

. In all, he played in the NFL for 12 seasons, mainly as a long snapper. While playing for the Indianapolis Colts (1992–1993), he has nicknamed the “Hardest Working Man in Pro Football” due to his constant practicing and warming up on the sidelines.

Broadcasting career

After his playing career was over, Matich briefly served as a color analyst for Fox Sports’ NFL coverage and then at CBS for a year.

He has appeared as a Washington Redskins studio analyst for their pregame and postgame shows and has won eight Emmys for his work. He currently is employed by ESPN, primarily working on ESPN’s College Football coverage along with appearances on SportsCenter.

Trevor Matich Redskin

He has appeared as a Washington Redskins studio analyst for their pregame and postgame shows and has won eight Emmys for his work.

Trevor Matich  Net Worth

Matich has an average salary of about $61,664 dollars annually as a sports analyst. By playing football at NFL for 12 years, it can be estimated that he earned about $2 million dollars.

Trevor Matich Bowl Picks

My preseason picks for the College Football Playoff: Clemson Alabama Ohio State Notre Dame What are yours?

Trevor Matich Clemson

Alabama and Clemson are going into the upcoming college football season once again as the two favorite teams in the country with two of the best quarterbacks in the league. But is this back and forth dynasty good for the rest of the college football landscape?

He ESPN joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss how Saban keeps his continued success, where does Tua Tagovailoa needs to take that next step to elevate his game, what would keep Alabama out of the College Football Playoffs, and is Alabama and Clemson’s dominance good for college football.

He also discussed playing with legendary lineman John Hannah, who is the second best team in the SEC, who is the third best team in college football and what’s he learned from BYU.

For more of Trevor Matich thoughts on Alabama/Clemson and the rest of college football, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don’t miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m. for all the latest surrounding news, breakdown, and analysis surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Trevor Matich Mormom

Trevor played 12 seasons in the NFL He was a member of the New England Patriots in 1985 when the team was defeated by the Chicago Bears, 46-10, in Super Bowl XX Trevor served an LDS mission in Torreon, Mexico.

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