Noah Eagle, a rising star in sports broadcasting and a Syracuse University alumnus, will call the Syracuse football game at Purdue on Saturday, Sept. 16. Eagle’s rise to prominence has been meteoric, and he is now one of the most sought-after play-by-play announcers in the business.
Eagle’s journey to Syracuse began in New York City, where he was born and raised. He grew up watching and listening to Syracuse sports with his father, Ian Eagle, a longtime broadcaster. Noah’s love of sports and broadcasting led him to Syracuse University, where he majored in broadcast and digital media.
While at Syracuse, Eagle was involved in the school’s radio and television stations. He also called play-by-play for Syracuse Orange sports, including football, basketball, and lacrosse. Eagle’s talent and dedication were evident early on, and he quickly became one of the most respected voices in Syracuse sports.
After graduating from Syracuse in 2016, Eagle landed a job as the radio play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Clippers. He spent two seasons with the Clippers before moving to NBC Sports, where he now calls Notre Dame football, NFL games, and other major sporting events.
Eagle’s return to Syracuse to call the football game against Purdue is a special moment for him. He is a proud alumnus of the university, and he is excited to share his passion for Syracuse sports with a national audience.
On the day of the game, Eagle will arrive at Ross-Ade Stadium early to prepare for the broadcast. He will review the game notes, meet with the production team, and talk to the coaches and players. Eagle will also take some time to reflect on his journey to this moment. He is grateful for the opportunity to call a Syracuse football game, and he is determined to give the fans a memorable broadcast.
When the game kicks off, Eagle will be in his element. He will call the action with enthusiasm and expertise, providing viewers with a clear and insightful understanding of the game. Eagle will also share his own personal stories and anecdotes, giving fans a unique perspective on the Syracuse football program.
After the game, Eagle will be met by fans and friends who want to congratulate him on his call. He will also take some time to reflect on the game and his performance. Eagle is always looking for ways to improve, and he is eager to learn from his mistakes.
Eagle’s call of the Syracuse football game against Purdue is sure to be a memorable one for fans of the Orange. Eagle is a talented broadcaster with a deep passion for Syracuse sports. He is the perfect person to call the game as the Orange look to continue their strong start to the season.
— Noah Eagle (@NoahEagle15) September 16, 2023