Recently he has been the announcer for the FedEX Orange Bowl and the British Open golf championship, and has co-hosted the Super Bowl XL pre and post-game shows and past NBA Finals coverage on ABC.
He has anchored coverage of the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four and the NFL Draft for both TV and radio.
On November 1, 1996 he hosted the debut show of ESPNEWS.
He was a host for "Monday Night Countdown" during the NFL season from 1993 to 2001.
Tirico has worked as the announcer for Thursday Night college football telecasts on ESPN since 1997.
In December of 1996 he was named the host for ABC Sports' golf coverage.
Tirico is now the voice of ESPN Radio's weekday afternoon "SportsBeat" segments.
He was the first host of "The NBA on ESPN Radio" from 1995 to 1997. He would cover the regular and post-season games, All-Star Weekend and the NBA Draft.
Tirico was an original ESPN Radio host when the network debuted in 1992 and anchored "The NFL on ESPN Radio from 1993-96.
He was a play-by-play announcer for Syracuse University basketball, football, lacrosse and volleyball.
Prior to joining ESPN, he worked in Syracuse from 1987 to 1991 as a sports director at the local CBS affiliate WTVH-TV.
In 1989 he was named top local sportscaster by the Syracuse Journal, and recieved an Associated Press New York Broadcasters award for "48 Hours with Syracuse University Football", a 30 minute documentary on the team's preparation for a game.
Tirico is a graduate of Syracuse University.
He attended Bayside High School in Queens, New York and was an active member of the golf team.
He has been host of ABC Sports' golf coverage since 1996, and from 2002 to 2006 he was studio host for ABC's NBA telecasts.
He is a the lead broadcaster for ESPN's presentation of Monday Night Football which premieres this fall.
He joined ESPN in 1991 as a SportsCenter anchor.