Tim Staudt has been a Mid-Michigan broadcaster for over 40 years, the longest tenure of any sportscaster on television in the state. Known as the "Dean of Sports" , Tim has hosted "Staudt on Sports" each weekday at noon on The Game 730 AM WVFN since 1993. The show has grown to become the most widely listened of its type in Michigan. Tim has anchored the sportscasts at WILX in Lansing, since 1980. Prior to that, he was the Sports Director at the former WJIM-TV in Lansing from 1970-1980. Tim has won several awards in the industry and serves on numerous area charities. Tim has hosted a number of coaches shows over the years and has hosted Big Ten Basketball play-by-play for more than 10 years. Tim is married to Cathy and they have three sons, all residing in Okemos. He graduated from East Lansing High School in 1967 and Michigan State University with a journalism degree in 1971.
Tim Staudt Commentary: The Detroit Lions
Tim recaps the Detroit Lions 2014 season, and what could happen this offseason.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Greatest Detroit Athletes
With Gordie Howe's recent stroke fresh in his mind, Tim discusses some of the greatest athletes in Detroit sports history.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Mike Ingram
Tim discusses the career of longtime Lansing Community College men's basketball coach, Mike Ingram.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Where does Michigan go from here?
Tim wonders where Michigan football goes now after their loss at Michigan State.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Previewing Week 9
Tim previews Week 9 of the High School Football season.
Tim Staudt Commentary: MSU Hockey This Weekend
Tim previews the upcoming weekend for MSU Hockey.
Tim Staudt Commentary: The U-M-MSU game
Tim reminisces about the MSU-U-M football game.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Different feel for MSU-U-M
Tim thinks there is a different feel to this year's Michigan-Michigan State football game.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Looking ahead to B1G Basketball
Tim peeks ahead to Big Ten Basketball
Tim Staudt Commentary: Tigers and Royals
Tim discusses the Kansas City Royals postseason success, despite losing 13 of 19 to the Detroit Tigers this season.