Adam Zucker
Studio Host
Adam Zucker joined CBS Sports Network shortly after the network’s launch in 2003 as studio host and anchor. He serves as host of INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL and INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL, as well as host for the Network’s live halftime and postgame shows for college football and basketball.

Zucker also hosts the Network's coverage of NCAA Championships, including the Division I Men's Basketball Championship, College World Series and Men's and Women's Lacrosse Championships, and narrates many of the network's original programs and documentaries.

Before joining CBS Sports Network, Zucker was a sports anchor and reporter at WBRE-TV in Wilkes Barre/Scranton for nearly four years (1999-2003), covering Penn State football, the Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Penguins and top minor league affiliates. Zucker began as a sports reporter at WTVH, the CBS-affiliate in Syracuse, where he worked upon graduating from Syracuse's Newhouse School of Public Communications ('98) with a degree in broadcast journalism. Zucker also served as on-site host and sideline reporter for the Syracuse Radio Network's football broadcasts during the 1999 season. Zucker is originally from northern New Jersey, where he now lives with his wife Rachel and their son Max.