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Doug Karsch

Karsch started his professional sports talk radio career with AM 1270 in 2000, after graduating from Michigan State University. In 2007, Karsch began working with Scott “Gator” Anderson, and the Karsch and Anderson show was born. Karsch is always connected to the high-energy world of collegiate and professional athletics through his daily sports talk discussions and the countless interviews he’s hosted with some of the country’s most notable athletes.

He’s worked on the radio doing play-by-play for Michigan State sports and is currently the in-game sideline reporter for Michigan Football.

Weight training has always been a big part of Karsch’s routine, hitting the gym three to four times per week for both lifting and cardio. P4 is integral to his workouts as well as the other sports he enjoys – mountain biking, basketball, softball and hockey, which he plays on a regular basis. “End of the day, it’s perfect to give me that boost I need to get through my workout."

Karsch and Anderson can be heard weekdays from 10:00am – 2:00pm on 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit.

Karsch's P4 Program

Pre Game Formula:

Prior to weightlifting and cardio workouts, 3-4 times per week.

Energy Formula:

During workouts and other various sports when he needs energy after a long day.

Select Career Highlights

Karsch and Anderson were awarded the #8 spot of Sports Personalities on the 2014 Sports Talk Heavy Hundreds List by Talkers Magazine. The recognition placed them among nationally known names like Jim Rome, Dan Patrick and Boomer Esiason.

Name:

Doug Karsch

Sport:

Weight lifting, Hockey, Mountain Biking, Basketball, Softball

Profession:

Sports Talk Radio Host

DOB:

Sept. 30th, 1969

Height:

6'4''

Weight:

210 lbs.

Hometown:

Ann Arbor, MI

"I’ve seen P4 in Major League Clubhouses and locker rooms. I take this product and I love it. At the end of day it’s perfect to give me that boost I need to get through my workout."

—Doug Karsch


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