Chris Graham

chris graham espnChris Graham, the editor of AugustaFreePress.com, an award-winning journalist and editor, is a 1994 graduate of the University of Virginia, and has covered Virginia politics since 1997.

An author of six books, Chris also co-wrote a book on the history of University of Virginia basketball, Mad About U: Four Decades of Basketball at University Hall, which was published in 2006.

Chris has covered University of Virginia sports since 1995, and is a commentator on ESPN3 college football and baseball broadcasts.

This fall, Chris will serve as the play-by-play voice on radio broadcasts for VMI football, marking his fourth season as a broadcaster for Keydets’ radio broadcasts.

He is a member of the Football Writers Assocation of America, the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.

From 2009-2014, Chris was the play-by-play voice of the Waynesboro Generals, a team competing in the Valley Baseball League, a premier college summer baseball league affiliated with Major League Baseball and the NCAA.

The former co-host of “ACC Nation,” a syndicated radio show that ran for four years, ending in 2007, Chris is currently a contributor to “The Mark Moses Show” on 95.9-The Fan in Melbourne, Fla.

Chris also served as a member of the creative team and on-air TV commentator for Awesome Wrestling Entertainment on AWE’s Night of the Legends live pay-per-view event in 2011.

Chris wrote a book on that experience, The Worst Wrestling Pay-Per-View Ever, that was published in 2018.

He is also the former co-host of “Viewpoints” on WVPT, a weekly news affairs TV show that aired from 2016-2017.

 

Books by Chris Graham

The Worst Wrestling Pay-Per-View Ever

Chris Graham offers a glimpse behind the curtain of the pro wrestling business in his new book, The Worst Wrestling Pay-Per-View Ever, the inside story of the 2011 Night of Legends, a live pay-per-view event featuring stars including WWE Hall of Famers Kevin Nash, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan and The Rock ‘n Roll Express that was met with almost universally negative reviews.

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Mad About U: Four Decades of at University Hall, by Chris Graham and Patrick Hite, is a look at the players, coaches and memories of University Hall at the University of Virginia. From Barry Parkhill’s last-second shot to knock off No. 2 South Carolina to the struggles faced by coaches Barbara Kelly and Dan Bonner in the early years of UVa. women’s basketball to the excitement of the early 1980s in the House that Ralph Built to the move to JPJ – it’s all here.

 

 

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Chris Graham, Scott German talk UVA-Louisville: Podcast

- Chris Graham and Scott German preview this weekend's UVA vs. Lousiville ACC football matchup.
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Chris Graham, Rod Mullins talk NASCAR: Podcast

- Chris Graham and Rod Mullins talk NASCAR: focusing on the results from Vegas, and looking ahead to this weekend's race under the lights at Richmond.

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Chris Graham, Scott German break down UVA football win over Ohio U.: Podcast

- Chris Graham and Scott German break down UVA football's 45-31 win over Ohio U. on Saturday.
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Chris Graham: UVA offense explosive in win over Ohio U.

- UVA gained 552 yards of total offense in its 45-31 win over Ohio U. on Saturday in Nashville. Nearly half of the yards came on three big plays from the explosive ‘Hoos offense.

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Chris Graham talks UVA-Ohio U.: Podcast

- Chris Graham talks about the latest with the move of the UVA-Ohio U. game to Nashville.
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Chris Graham, Rod Mullins preview Vegas: NASCAR podcast

- Chris Graham and Rod Mullins preview the Vegas race that will kick off the 2018 NASCAR playoffs.

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