Johnny Holliday

American radio and TV sportscaster and a former Top 40 radio disc jockey

John Holliday Bobbitt (born October 15, 1937), known professionally as Johnny Holliday, is an American sportscaster and former disc jockey. He is a personality with Mid-Atlantic Sports Network and the radio voice of the Maryland Terrapins football and basketball. He did the pregame/postgame show for Washington Nationals telecasts until 2020, and served as a fill-in play-by-play announcer for Bob Carpenter. He also called United States Football League games for ABC Radio. Holliday has also worked for the Washington Bullets/Wizards, San Francisco Giants, California Golden Bears football and basketball, Washington Senators (as a TV Studio Host), Stanford Cardinal football and basketball, Navy Midshipmen football, and George Washington Colonials. He also covered the Olympics, boxing, and The Masters for ABC Radio. He has hosted pregame/postgame shows for the San Francisco Giants and Washington Redskins for radio coverage.

Johnny Holliday
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Johnny Holliday, left and Ray Knight
Born (1937-10-15) October 15, 1937 (age 84)
OccupationSportscaster
Spouse(s)Mary Clare
ChildrenKellie, Tracie and Moira