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San Diego Broadcasting Legend Rod Luck Has Passed Away

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Information confirmed on social media has it that San Diego broadcasting legend Rod Luck has passed away. Rod Luck was reported to have today February 28 2021. No cause of death has been reported yet.

The Cleveland born sportscaster as a teenager received multiple awards. He was named the Montana SPORTSCASTER OF THE YEAR at age 20 and also was awarded MONTANA SPORTS PROGRAM OF THE YEAR for producing and broadcasting the Montana State Amateur Golf Tournament.

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Who Is Rod Luck?

Name Rod Luck
Career Broadcaster
Deathdate February 28 2021
Birthplace Clevland, Ohio
Country United States

Rod Luck is an award-wining American sportscaster who has impacted lives in the course of his broadcasting career.

He moved to Montana alongside his family when he was 5.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Rod Luck began his career as a sportscaster in Helena where he did the play-by-play for the local high schools and Carroll College.

They lived in East Helena all when he was in grade school. He was a standout athlete in football, track and baseball.

He also broadcast Montana State University and University of Montana football and basketball games on T.V.

He was named the Montana SPORTSCASTER OF THE YEAR at age 20 and also was awarded MONTANA SPORTS PROGRAM OF THE YEAR for producing and broadcasting the Montana State Amateur Golf Tournament. My career “took off” and he later moved on to Portland, Oregon. While in Portland, he broadcast the nightly sports on KATU-T.V., and did T.V. play-by-play of Oregon State University basketball and football.

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