Former Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback and longtime ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit lived in Ohio for most of his life. However, several years ago, he moved his family to Nashville, Tennessee.
The longtime ESPN analyst is now back in Ohio, though – at least for part of the year.
The Herbstreit family is keeping its home in Nashville, Ohio, but has decided to rent a house in the Cincinnati, Ohio area.
Herbstreit’s youngest son, Chase, will be a freshman quarterback at St. Xavier High School, a big-time program in Cincinnati.
“We have a lot of respect for St. X, the school and the culture,” Kirk Herbstreit told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “We’re going to try and make it work.”
It’s going to be a very busy fall for the Herbstreit family.
Kirk Herbstreit will be covering college football for ESPN. One of his twin sons, Tye, is a walk-on wide receiver at Clemson. His other twin son, Jake, transferred from Clemson to Ohio State to be a student. His other son, Zak, is a preferred walk-on tight end for the Buckeyes. And his youngest, Chase, will be starting high school.
Good luck keeping up with everything this fall, Kirk!
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