Irv Brown

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Denver, Colorado native sports broadcaster Irv Brown has been called "Denver's go-to guy" for sports talk or sports action commentary.[1]

Brown earned seven letters at North High School, where he starred in football, basketball and baseball. He played basketball and baseball at the University of Northern Colorado. After college, he coached football and baseball at Arvada High School, and he also coached baseball at the University of Colorado and Metro State College. From 1969 to 1977, Brown had a successful career as a basketball referee, officiating six Final Fours.[1] Brown served as commissioner of the Colorado Athletic Conference in the early 1990s.

Brown began his broadcasting career in the late 1970s on KHOW radio. For the past 25 years he has been on the air with Joe Williams, currently hosting the show The Fan.[2] Brown and Williams later co-authored The Great Book of Denver Sports Lists.[3]

Brown was inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame in 1997,[4] and in 2007 he was named the new commissioner of the MCBL (Mountain Collegiate Baseball League).[5]

Brown continues to host "The Irv and Joe Show" on Mile High Sports Radio AM 1510 and FM 93.7 with longtime partner Joe Williams. He was also an analyst for the NBA on ESPN during the 1980s.

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