Tony Pike is a former NFL QB. The Carolina Panthers drafted him in the sixth round in 2010.
He played college football at the University of Cincinnati, where he led the Bearcats to their first Big East Championship and an invitation to the 2009 Orange Bowl.
His broadcast career spans television and radio platforms. Pike is the sideline reporter for the University of Cincinnati Football broadcasts and co-host of Fox Sports Ohio’s “Bearcats Insider” show. On the radio, he has been ESPN1530’s afternoon co-host since 2016 on the “Tony and Mo Football Show” and is also heard daily as the host of “Cincy360”.
Because of Pike’s on the field passion he developed a quarterback academy where he’s trained and mentored over 65 athletes, many have advanced to become student-athletes at the collegiate level.
An avid golfer, he is frequently playing to advance causes that he cares about – the Special Olympics, Goodwill, and the Dragonfly Foundation, to name a few. Tony continues to be a well-respected voice in Cincinnati, so it’s no surprise that football, basketball and baseball charities seek him out to support their initiatives within the community.