Bill Doleman

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Bill Doleman (born 1966) is an anchor for Comcast SportsNet Houston.

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Bill Doleman joined Comcast Sports Net Houston in 2012 after the MountainWest Sports Network ceased operations in May of that year. His primary assignment with CSN is hosting studio shows for the Houston Rockets of the NBA. He is also the primary host for the network's college football and golf shows and is one of the studio hosts for the Houston Astros. Doleman is also an anchor on Sports Net Central. Prior to moving to Houston, he called the play-by-play for football, basketball, baseball, and volleyball for the network and served as an anchor and host for The Mountain. He also called Big 12 men's basketball games for ESPN and several conferences such as the Big Ten and Mountain West. He was also a broadcaster for the Lincoln Saltdogs independent professional baseball team before moving to Denver and joining The Mtn. full time. He was replaced in Lincoln by Drew Bontadelli, the current voice of the Saltdogs. Doleman also served as the director of broadcasting and communications for the team. Doleman began his career with Nebraska Public Television calling the play-by-play for numerous sports in the state and was the first host of Big Red WrapUp. He is a former Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year. Bill served as a sports director for Houston station KTBU-TV, 1999-2000, where he called games and hosted coaches shows for the University of Houston Cougars. He returned to Lincoln and began working for KFOR 1240 AM calling baseball and later for KLMS/ESPN 1480 where he was the Program Director and Announcer. He hosted "The Average Joe Sports Show" and a Christian-sports show Goin' Deep with Ron Brown". He also worked as a host, anchor, and play-by-play for many sports including college football and basketball for numerous networks, including ABC Sports, Fox Sports Net, CBS College Sports Network, and the Big Ten Network. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in broadcast journalism. He currently lives in Houston, Texas.

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