Hubert was born in St. Anne, Illinois and got his first broadcast experience broadcasting high school football games on WMDB while attending Illinois State University. AM in Peoria. In 1976 he received his degree in broadcast journalism and in 1979 he became athletic director at WHIO-TV in Dayton, Ohio.
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After 33 years, Hubert is making a career. Hubert, 68, informed Gators athletic director Scott Stricklin earlier this week that he is retiring after this weekend’s UF South Carolina baseball series at Condron Ballpark. “It will,” said Hubert.
UGA and Florida fans will hear commentary from the CBS crew of Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson and Jamie Erdahl on TV. Both the Georgia Bulldogs (7-0 overall, 5-0 in the SEC game) and the Florida Gators (4-3, 2-3) said goodbye weeks before the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party.
Mick Hubert is stepping down as the voice of the Gators this weekend after the UF baseball series. As the longtime “voice of the Gators,” Mick Hubert has proclaimed national championships, momentous games and more than 2,500 games in Florida. After 33 years, Hubert — known for his signature “Oh My!” — is calling it a career.
Mick Hubert was hired on May 4, 1989 to replace David Steele as the voice of the Florida Gators. Now, just a little over 33 years later, the Gators must find a replacement, ending what Hubert calls his successful broadcasting career.
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