Tim Moreland

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Tim Moreland is a radio sportscaster who is the voice of the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Announcing career[edit]

Moreland calls football and basketball games for the University of Nebraska and called East Carolina Pirates football games for eleven seasons and is the former voice of the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins. He called Vikings and Twins games in the 1980s. In addition, he called Catawba College Indians football and basketball, Cincinnati Bearcats football and basketball games, select high school football and basketball games. He would be replaced by Dan Rowe as the voice of the Minnesota Vikings.

Personal[edit]

Moreland graduated from the Benedictine College with a bachelor's degree, masters degree from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and got his doctorate degree at the University of Southern Mississippi. Moreland was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa and grew up in Sioux City. He is the dad of two children, Mike and Katie, who are occupied as lawyers. Tim is a communication professor at Catawba College in addition to sports announcing. He has been their faculty since 1994.

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