Heather Dinich Biography
Heather Dinich is a senior writer for ESPN.com as well as a studio analyst covering national college football. She appears on ESPN College GameDay radio, SportsCenter, and Get Up on a regular basis.
Heather Dinich Age
She was born on the 25th October 1974, in Indiana USA
Heather Dinich Height
She stands at a height of 5 Feet 7 Inches tall
Heather Dinich Alma Mater
Heather attended Pottsville Area High School in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Later, she earned a journalism degree from Indiana University.
Heather Dinich Parents
She is the daughter of Dave (father) and Carol Dinich (mother)
Heather Dinich SiblingS
She has two siblings.
Heather Dinich Husband
She eventually married longtime boyfriend John Dutton in a private ceremony. They reside in Annapolis Maryland.
Heather Dinich Kids
She is a devoted mother of threes John Jr., Benjamin, and William.
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Heather Dinich ESPN
Dinich joined ESPN in 2007 and is now a senior writer for ESPN.com as well as a studio analyst covering national college football. She appears on ESPN College GameDay radio, SportsCenter, and Get Up on a regular basis. For the past seven seasons, Dinich has also worked as a commentator on Championship Drive: Who’s In. Dinich previously worked as a sports reporter for the Baltimore Sun, primarily covering University of Maryland athletics.
Additionally, Heather went on to work as an intern for The Washington Post, covering men’s college basketball, and became well-known for her report on legendary coach Bobby Knight. As a result of her popularity, she received an offer from the Centre Daily Times, where she was hired as a reporter. She stayed for two years, covering Penn State Football, but was forced to leave owing to frequent confrontations with head coach Joe Paterno. She was recruited by ESPN and accepted a position as an Atlantic Coast Conference reporter on their internet site, ESPN.com.
Moreover, her job at ESPN.com improved over time, and she even created her own blog as part of the company. Heather was elevated to ESPN television six years after joining ESPN and has been covering the College Football Playoffs since 2013. She also has a variety of additional responsibilities, including hosting the podcast “Championship Drive,” which airs on ESPN radio. Heather is also a member of the Football Writers Association of America and the Association for Women in Sports Media.
Heather Dinich Salary
She earns an approximate salary of $100,000 annually.
Heather Dinich Networth
Her networth is estimated at $ 1million- $3 million.