LaMont at a PBA bowling tournament in 2019
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LaMont served as a radio announcer for Miami Hurricanes basketball and baseball from 1998 until 2000, as well as serving as a host and substitute play-by-play announcer for the Miami Heat from 1993-1999.
LaMont was previously the voice of the Florida Atlantic Owls football program, from its inception in 2001 through the 2010 season. He spent six years as the co-host of NFL Sunday on Westwood One Radio, from 2002 until 2008, and was a broadcaster on the Orioles Radio Network from 2001 until 2009.
LaMont made national headlines in 2010 for an angry rant after a helmet-to-helmet hit during a FAU game.
LaMont began working part-time for ABC as a college football sideline reporter in 2004, adding play-by-play duties in 2005. He continued serving as a part-time play-by-play man for ESPN and ABC from 2006 until 2010.
In 2011, LaMont joined ESPN full-time, doing play-by-play for college football on ESPN, college basketball on the SEC Network and several other assignments as well.
From 2016 to 2018, LaMont was the lead play-by-play broadcaster for PBA Tour events on ESPN. Since the PBA's move to FOX Sports in 2019, LaMont has occasionally filled in for the current lead broadcaster Rob Stone when he is not available.
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