Rod Bramblett

Rod Bramblett

Rod Bramblett
Quick Facts About Rod Bramblett
Celebrated Name Rod Bramblett
Age 58 years old
Nick Name Rod Bramblett
Birth Name Rod Bramblett
Birth Date 1965-11-05
Gender Male
Profession Announcer
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Education Auburn University

Who is Rod Bramblett?

Rod Bramblett was a United States sportscaster who served as radio play-by-play announcer for Auburn Tigers football, basketball, and baseball. He received national media attention during the 2013 Auburn Tigers' football season for his calls of the game-winning plays in Auburn's games against the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

What are the Causes of Death of Rod Bramblett?

Rod Bramblett died on May 25, 2019. Rod and his wife Paula were both killed in a car accident in Auburn, Alabama. Police reported that a 16-year-old driving a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee rear-ended the Brambletts' cat on Saturday evening at about 6 P.M. He was airlifted with to the UAB Hospital in Birmingham and died hours later. Paula was rushed to East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika where she died from her injuries that evening.

Where did Rod Bramblett grow up?

Rod Bramblett was born on November 5, 1965. He graduates from Auburn University in 1988. He went to work part-time with the WZZZ/WCJM radio stations in Lanett. He then worked in Auburn at WAUD from 18-1 and again from 1993-96. He was the lead announcer for Auburn baseball for 11 seasons before he was chosen to succeed the late Jim Fyffe as lead announcer for Auburn football and men's basketball on Jue 23, 2003. 

Who are Rod Bramblett's Family?

There is no information about his parents and siblings.

Is Rod Bramblett Married?

Rod Bramblett was a married man. He married Paula Bramblett. They had two children together. They are Shelby Bramblett and Joshua Bramblett.

How much is Rod Bramblett's Net Worth?

There is no information about his net worth and salary.

How many Awards has Rod Bramblett won?

Rod Bramblett was named Alabama Sportscaster of the Year three times. He was honored as Sports Illustrated's Play-by-Play Announcer of the Year in 2013, Primarily based on his calls of the winning plays in Auburn's final, regular-season games against Georgia and Alabama.

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