A Cleveland, Ohio native and St. Ignatius High School graduate, Shibley received his bachelors in Communications and Media from the University of Michigan. He then attended the University of Notre Dame to earn his Master’s in Management. After his 5 year collegiate football career came to a close, Shibley moved to Chicago, Illinois to start his professional career as a Taliaferro Fellow in Office of the Commissioner at the Big Ten Conference.
A Richmond, Virginia native and Collegiate Prep High School graduate, Speight received his bachelors in Economics and Master’s in Business Management from the University of Michigan. After his 5 year collegiate football career as a Wolverine ended, Speight moved to Nashville, Tennessee to begin his professional life as a Cloud Venture Consultant at Oracle. In his free time, you may find Jess playing the Guitar.
A Sugarcreek, Ohio native and Garaway High School graduate, Honigford received his bachelors in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Joel just completed his 6th year of collegiate football and is currently training for the NFL.
A Southfield, Michigan native, Ross received his bachelors from the University of Michigan. He served as Team Captain for two years (2020, 2021). After his 5 year collegiate football career came to a close, Ross joined the Baltimore Ravens as an ILB.
Prior to joining the TUFF team, he has been involved with various events of ours, including the Gus Johnson Hometown Hero Award Donation.
Native of Detroit, Michigan where he attended University of Detroit Jesuit High School. He then went on to Howard University where he graduated with a degree in political science and played baseball for 4 seasons. In 2022, he completed an Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University.
Arguably the most exciting voice in all of sports broadcasting, Gus Johnson is the lead play-by-play announcer for FOX Sports’ college football and college basketball coverage. Johnson has served as FOX Sports’ lead college football play-by-play voice since 2011, and of the network’s college basketball coverage since 2013, the first year FOX Sports carried national college basketball games.
Currently serves as a Financial Advisor and Director of Global Sports & Entertainment at Morgan Stanley. Committed to his clients, he believes that trust and confidence are the foundation for any successful relationship. Through hard work and dedication, he endeavors to exceed client expectations. He provides well-balanced solutions for each client based on their respective goals, tolerance, and needs.
A graduate of the University of Michigan, his experience with Bo Schembechler helped shape his commitment to integrity, ethics, and values.
As an active philanthropist, Marc has a history of mentoring children. He served as Chairman of the Board for All Children’s Hospital Foundation and Boys and Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay Foundation and on the board of The Vinny LeCavalier Foundation focusing on pediatric cancer.
Marc currently serves as an advisory council member of the World Federation of Youth Clubs. In addition, Marc founded a Social Justice Coalition with global reach aimed at generational change.
Marc and his wife Lisa have two sons, Jordan and Eric.
An American football center for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played college football at Michigan. He was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft, and played for them for three seasons.
Tracy Wolfson is a six-time Emmy Award-nominated reporter for CBS Sports. She was named THE NFL ON CBS’s lead game reporter in May 2014 and once again teams with the lead announce team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on THE NFL ON CBS’s top game each week, as well as CBS Sports’ Thanksgiving and Christmas games, the AFC Playoffs and the AFC Championship Game.
Additionally, Wolfson serves as a panelist on CBS Sports’ WE NEED TO TALK, the first-ever nationally-televised all-female sports show.
In 2022, she was named one of the Cynopsis Top Women in Media in the Game Changing On-Air Talent category.
Wolfson has been involved with coverage of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, Auto Racing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Ice Skating, Gymnastics, Track and Field and Rodeo for the Network. In addition, she has anchored the CBS Sports Desk throughout the year and hosted “At the Half” during basketball season. Wolfson also has contributed in various ways as a host and reporter for CBS Sports Network.
Raised in Congers, N.Y., Wolfson graduated with a degree in communications from the University of Michigan and currently resides in the New York City area with her husband and three sons.