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Trevor Matich
Date of birth: October 9, 1961 (1961-10-09) (age 48)
Place of birth: Sacramento, California
Career information
Position(s): Center
Jersey №: 64, 61
College: Brigham Young
NFL Draft: 1985 / Round: 1 / Pick: 28
Organizations
 As player:
1985-1988
1989
1990-1991
1992-1993
1994-1996
New England Patriots
Detroit Lions
New York Jets
Indianapolis Colts
Washington Redskins
Playing stats at NFL.com

Trevor Anthony Matich (born October 9, 1961 in Sacramento, California) is a former professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League from 1985 through 1996. He played college football at Brigham Young University where he was a two-time all-conference offensive lineman in the Western Athletic Conference. He played center for the BYU Cougars when they won the 1984 NCAA football championship.

He went on to play in the NFL for 12 seasons, mainly as a long snapper, before turning his attention to the broadcast booth. While playing for the Indianapolis Colts (1992-1993), he was nicknamed the "Hardest Working Man in Pro Football" due to his constant practicing and warming up on the sidelines. Matich briefly served as a color analyst for Fox Sports' NFL coverage, and currently performs the same role for ESPN's College Football coverage and appears as a Washington Redskins studio analyst for their pre and post game shows.

Matich graduated from Rio Americano High School.[1]

References

  1. ^ "His name is linked with 49ers' deal for Rice", Sacramento Bee, December 12, 2004. Accessed November 1, 2007. "Trevor Matich is an inspiration to any child who wants to compete in sports but is often told he or she isn't good enough.... Yet he persevered, became a highly recruited high school player at Rio Americano and went on to BYU..."

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