Andy Gresh is an American sports broadcaster. He is a national and New England media personality and college football color analyst. He is currently a co-host with Scott Zolak on 98.5 The Sports Hub weekdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Gresh worked at ESPN Radio in 2007 & 2008 and was the host of The Andy Gresh Show which aired Saturdays and Sundays on ESPN Radio from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. He is also in his 4th year as pregame, halftime, and post game analyst on Patriots Radio Network.
He recently joined the ranks of Sirius NFL Radio as one of the hosts of Late Hits. Gresh can be heard immediately after Monday night Football on Sirius channel 124, and every Tuesday and Wednesday night from 8 p.m.- 11 p.m.
Gresh is also known for his television appearances on Comcast SportsNet New England as an opinionated sports analyst and for his x’s and o’s segment that runs every Friday during football season, breaking down New England Patriots football. He is also the color analyst for The ECAC Football Network on NESN and has called the past 5 Williams-Amherst games on NESN.
Prior to becoming a national host, Gresh worked with former New England Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak for 3 years at The Score in Providence. Gresh was let go, along with the rest of the staff, after the station flipped formats on March 10, 2008. he spent over 10 years on air at The Score and worked various dayparts.
He is currently a co-host with Scott Zolak on 98.5 The Sports Hub weekdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Gresh is known for his size, 6’5″ and as he says “somewhere between 300 and 400 pounds.” And his ability to poke fun at himself and make people laugh.
You can E-mail Gresh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe joined Gresh & Zo to discuss Josh Beckett leaving Tuesday night’s 4-1 rain out win in the third inning due to back spasms. Were some of the boos for the front office?
Gresh & Zo wondered on Friday if the they would feel any different on Monday if the Sox team performed well in New York over the weekend. They also discussed the trade rumors involving Josh Beckett and the health of Carl Crawford.
Gresh & Zo welcomed Bert Breer into the studios to talk about all the NFL happenings. The guys discussed Wes Welker’s future with the New England Patriots after this season, Ray Rice and Matt Forte’s respective futures are also discussed.
Jon Lester left Sunday’s 15-7 loss to the Toronto Blue Jay in the fifth-inning to boos from the crowd at Fenway. Is his problem physical, mental or something that hasn’t even been brought up?
With NFL teams getting ready to open up training camps Gresh & Zo fly around the NFL and quickly answer some questions on hot topics around the league.
Should the Patriots lock up Wes Welker long-term, or just go year-to-year with the star receiver. Gresh and Zo have differing opinions on the topic.
Dan Shaughnessy stopped by for his weekly “Dan Day” to talk about the Sox with Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak. The guys discussed the enigma that is the Boston Red Sox’s manager, Bobby Valentine.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe joined Gresh and Dave Goucher, who was filling in for Zo, in studio to discuss what’s going on with this Red Sox team. What do the Sox need to do to get better?
With Ray Allen taking his talents to South Beach, The Globe’s Dan Shaugnessy stops by Gresh & Zo to discuss the sharpshooters departure.
Gresh is back from vacation, but with Zo still out 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bruins play-by-play announcer Dave Goucher joined Gresh in studio. The guys started things off discussing the news Ray Allen had reportedly decided to sign with the Miami Heat for less money. Does that make him a “bad guy” to Celtics fans?