Few, if any, people in sports media are as good at their jobs as Kirk Herbstreit. The former quarterback of the Ohio State Buckeyes is synonymous with college football. For the past two decades, the ESPN analyst has been a staple of the network’s college football coverage.
Hopefully, this will be the case for a long time to come. Herbstreit works a lot, especially during football season, but he still finds time to be a good father and husband. He has four sons, all of whom are (or have been) football players. Herbstreit travels the country, both covering and watching the sport as a parent. Alison Herbstreit, his longtime wife, is by his side.
In 1998, the happy couple tied the knot. They are the parents of four children. Kirk and Alison met at Ohio State.
She was a cheerleader and he was a quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Kirk and Alison moved their family from Ohio to Nashville, Tennessee, about ten years ago.
Kirk and Alison moved their family from Ohio to Nashville, Tennessee, about ten years ago. Rumors circulated that they were being “chased” out of Columbus by Ohio State fans, but Kirk denied this. “We weren’t chased out of town by Ohio State fans at all.”
There were a few isolated incidents where we just thought about things and family and their safety and decided that moving was probably in our family’s best interest,” he said.
Since then, the Herbstreits have returned to Ohio, where his youngest son is a freshman quarterback at St. Xavier in Cincinnati. Kirk Herbstreit told the Cincinnati Enquirer that “we have a lot of respect for St. X, the school, and the culture.” “We’ll do our best to make it work..” ”
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