Mike Hogewood

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Mike Hogewood (left) and Rick "Doc" Walker (right) on the LP Sports set at the 2007 ACC Championship Game

Michael "Mike" Hogewood is an American sportscaster. He is a freelance play-by-play announcer who is primarily associated with Raycom Sports (formerly Jefferson Pilot Sports). Hogewood is best known for his work on ACC football games, ACC men's and women's basketball, as well as for anchoring Raycom's coverage of Nextel Cup NASCAR races. In addition to his work with Raycom, Hogewood does play-by-play for FSN South, Sun Sports, New England Sports Network, Comcast SportsNet, HDNet and the Speed Channel.[1] He became a freelance announcer after nearly 15 years of experience (1987–2001) as a network announcer, and later sports director, for the CBS affiliate WFMY-TV Channel 2 in his hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina.[2]

Hogewood is also the current host of several television sports reporting shows, including: ACC Football Today, ACC Basketball Today, Saturdays in the South, and the Emmy Award winning ACC All Access.

Hogewood also was a broadcaster for The Nashville Network's coverage of Monster Jam from 2000-2002.

Hogewood's most recent work was being the play-by-play commentator for professional wrestling promotion, Ring of Honor, as a part of its television deal with Denver-based network, HDNet.[3]