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Dave Pasch is an American sportscaster. As of 2012[update] Pasch works for ESPN, for which he calls play-by-play of college football, college basketball, NBA, WNBA, and Arena football games. He has also been the radio voice for the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL since 2002, teaming with Ron Wolfley. In 2007, Pasch called the Little League World Series. He has also called college baseball games for the network. Before working with ESPN, he worked for the West Virginia Radio Corporation for high school football, CBS Radio/Westwood One for golf, NFL, and college basketball tournaments, Fox Sports for NFL Europe and NFL, Detroit Vipers, and the Chicago Blackhawks.