|Alma mater||University of Florida|
|Known for||Sports writer, radio host|
Early life and education
Gregg Doyel was born in Hawaii. He grew up in Mississippi, where his father was a law professor at the University of Mississippi. Doyel attended high school in Georgia and attended college at the University of Florida
Doyel is the sports columnist for The Indianapolis Star. Before coming to The Star, he was a National Columnist for CBSSports.com. Doyel was also the site's college basketball writer before becoming a columnist. He has written two books, titled Kentucky Wildcats: Where have you gone? and Coach K: Building the Duke Dynasty. Before working at Sportsline.com, he was a sports writer with the Tampa Tribune, Florida Marlins beat writer at the Miami Herald and an ACC basketball writer with the Charlotte Observer. On May 21, 2007, it was announced that Doyel would host a radio program on Cincinnati's WCKY (AM) in the 9AM-Noon time slot with Mo Egger. He hosted the WCKY show until he was fired on December 13, 2007, in a budget cut. Doyel also briefly co-hosted WLW’s "Sunday Morning SportsTalk" with Ken Broo, but voluntarily left the show because he was traveling too much for CBSSports.com.
In 2010, Doyel finished second in the Associated Press Sports Editors' annual contest for Column Writing, over 175,000 circulation. In the 2011 APSE poll, he had fallen two places to fourth.
Dennis Howell of DallasProSportSpot.com named Doyel "Columnist of the Year" for 2011. 
The U.S Harness Writers Association Announced Thursday 1-22-15, Gregg Doyel,Writing for The Indianapolis Star,Was named winner in the 53rd Annual John Hervey Awards For Excellence in Harness Racing Journalism.In the News and Commentary Category Doyel won for his Column on Trainer/Driver Verlin Yohder Titled "Hey Hollywood! Another Classic Indiana Underdog Story," Which Appeared in the Nov.11,2014 issue of the Indianapolis Star.It is Doyel's First Hervey Honor
- 1530HOMER - The Sports Animal!
- Television: Doyel Done At 1530 Homer
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