Mark Titus bio, age, height, weight, net worth, salary, nationality, ethnicity
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Mark is a journalist who has had tremendous success as a basketball commentator for ESPN and The Ringer, despite the fact that he has been running his blog, Club Trillion, since 2008.
Mark is a former walk-on basketball player for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Mark Titus is a writer best known for his book Don’t Put Me In, Coach: My Incredible NCAA Journey from the End of the Bench to the End of the Bench, which he published in 2012.
Mark Titus is a married man with a wife.
Sara was Mark’s wife for a long time. The couple most likely married on June 9, 2012.
The couple’s relationship, though, appears to have reached a snag. Mark tweeted on September 23rd, 2016,
But that’s enough about my ex-wife!!! Greetings,,
Information on a Career
Prior to becoming a writer, he joined Grantland in 2011 as a Writer and remained there for over four years and three months, until October 2015.
Mark later worked for the Buckeyes as a manager.
In addition, he began a new career in 2017 when he joined The Ringer, a sports and pop culture website.
Mark’s Basketball Career
Mark was selected by the Ohio State Buckeyes in the NBA draft in 2010 after a year of trying. Despite the fact that he didn’t get enough playing time for his squad, Thad Matta described him as the squad’s best pure shooter.
Education is really important.
From 2002 until 2006, Mark attended Brownsburg High School.
He then enrolled at Ohio State University Fisher College of Business in 2006 to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and graduated in 2010.
Facts to Know About Him:
Mark was born in Brownsburg, Indiana, on June 25, 1987.
He is 6 feet 4 inches tall (1.9m) and weighs approximately 210 pounds (95 kg).
Mark was born under the sign of Cancer.
After three years on the job, Mark announced his departure from The Ring in October 2019.
Mark also participated in AAU basketball with Greg Oden and Eric Gordon.
Mark has also written about his basketball adventures on his blog, Club Trillion.