Chicago's GameDayHost(s): Jeff Dickerson
Time: Sunday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
During the last 5 years as a reporter, Dickerson has covered:
--Super Bowl XXXIX, XL and XLI
--NFC Championship Game ('06)
--NFC Divisional Playoffs ('01, '05, '06)
--2005 ALDS and ALCS
--NBA Playoffs ('05, '06)
--2003 US Open
--2003 NLDS and NLCS
--Big Ten Tournament ('01, '02, '03, '05, '06)
--NCAA Tournament ('03, '05, '06, '07)
--NCAA Final Four ('05, '06, '07)
--NHL Playoffs ('02)
--NFL Combine ('05, '07)
Favorite Games/Events covered:
--Super Bowl XLI: Bears vs. Colts in Miami, FL
--NFC Championship Game vs. Saints at Soldier Field
--Illinois run to the Final Four (2005)
--Bears clinch division vs. Packers in Green Bay (2005)
--Bears comeback vs. Cardinals in Arizona on MNF (2006)
--Spending a week in Hawaii with MJH for the Pro Bowl (2002)
--Cubs vs. Braves NLDS in Atlanta (2003)
During the 2006 baseball season Dickerson and Bruce Levine brought you Baseball 365, while Jeff co-hosted Chicago Baseball Today with Levine during 2004-2005. He continues to assist with the station's baseball coverage of the White Sox and Cubs. He also hosted weeknights, weekends and occasionally anchors the SportsCenter desk. Dickerson has also anchored the stations NFL Draft coverage since 2003. Jeff has been seen on ESPN Outside the Lines, ESPN Cold Pizza and ESPN News.
Dickerson is also a guest host on the ESPN Radio network. He's filled in on The V Show, The Huddle and Gameday.
He is also a frequent guest on Comcast Sports Net, CLTV and Fox Thing in the Morning, also appearing on The ABC 7 Morning Show and NBA TV. He can be heard nationally during football season as the Bears correspondent on The NFL on ESPN Radio and ESPN Gamenight.
Dickerson began his tenure at ESPN 1000 as a producer for Mac, Jurko and Harry, the city's #1 afternoon drive program. Jeff worked at WSCR as afternoon show producer from May 2000 to April 2001. He graduated from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2000 with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. Dickerson, 29, currently lives in Wrigleyville.