For more than four decades, Don Criqui has been a leading play-by-play sportscaster with networks such as CBS, NFL, and ESPN. He has broadcast NFL games for 46 successive years – the longest continuous career in NFL football broadcasting for network television. Don Criqui’s achievements, which include current responsibilities as New England Patriots pre-season TV sportscaster, were recognized in 2003 when the Pro Football Hall of Fame awarded him the Pete Rozelle Award.
Don Criqui is also the longtime voice of Notre Dame football , and is featured on the Notre Dame/IMG Sports Network, which is the largest radio network of any sports team worldwide. In April, 2013, he had an honored place on the sideline with the Notre Dame team for the annual Blue Gold Spring game. His media presence extends beyond the broadcast booth, and includes two decades of regular appearances on the WOR Rambling with Gambling program in New York City. Additionally, Mr. Criqui has earned a large audience as a regular guest on Don Imus’ WNBC Radio show.