Joel Klatt – born February 4, 1982 – is a college football color commentator and analyst for Fox Sports.
Klatt played college football for the University of Colorado (CU) Buffaloes. He was the first three-year starter at QB for Colorado since Kordell Stewart (’92–’94).
He also played minor-league baseball for two seasons.
He served as a co-commentator for Vince McMahon’s XFL in 2020 working alonside Curt Menefee on Fox.
Klatt grew up in Arvada, Colorado. He married Sara Ordway in May 2005 and they have three sons.
His hobbies include golf, learning the guitar, drinking Dr. Pepper. He supports the Boston Red Sox.
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