Clark Kellogg joined CBS full time in 1997 as game analyst for college basketball, and has continued to cover teh NCAA Men's Basketball championship since.
Clark Kellogg served as game analyst for CBS Television Network's NCAA Tournament coverage (1993-94) and as studio co-host of first-and second-round coverage (1994-97); has co-hosted Final Four since 1997; served as analyst for ESPN's regular-season basketball coverage (1990-97); has worked for Big East Network and Prime Sports; in 13th season as television analyst for NBA's Indiana Pacers broadcasts; played for Ohio State (1979-82) and earned All-Big Ten and Most Valuable Player honors (1982).
No. 1 draft pick of Indiana Pacers in 1982 & played five seasons before retiring with chronic knee problems. Received marketing degree from Ohio State in Dec. 1996. Born July 2, 1961. Lives in Westerville, Ohio, with wife, Rosy, and three children.