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: MSU Hockey
Tim previews the Michigan State Hockey team. Which opens their season on Friday against Massachusetts.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Central Michigan Football
Tim discusses the success of Central Michigan Football this season.
Tim Staudt Commentary: MSU at the halfway point
Tim recaps the MSU Football's season after the first six games.
Tim Staudt Commentary: H.S. Football’s Top Teams
Tim discusses the area's top high schools football teams with two weeks left in the regular season.
Tim Staudt Commentary: The Lions Kicking Woes
Tim discusses the problems the Detroit Lions kickers have had this season. Former Denver Bronco Matt Prater (above) is the latest kicker.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Does Purdue Have a Chance?
Tim talks about Purdue's chances against MSU this weekend.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Michigan Football
Tim discusses the trials and tribulations of Michigan Football.
Tim Staudt Commentary: MSU and U-M this weekend
Tim previews Michigan State and Michigan football for this coming weekend.
Tim Staudt Commentary: The Detroit Pistons
Tim previews the Detroit Pistons as they open training camp.
Tim Staudt Commentary: Detroit is the Best Sports Town
Tim discusses the USA Today article that says that Detroit is the best sports town in America.