Petros Papadakis is an American radio and TV personality who is famous for hosting the shows like Petros and Money Show on Fox Sports Radio. The renowned sportscaster has been associated with Fox since the beginning and has become the favorite commentator of many sports junkies. A former fullback and captain of the University of Southern California Trojans team himself, he claims to be the 'Captain of the Worst Team in USC history.'
Papadakis has covered many games in his career and has appeared in many television networks. This sure has spread his popularity in the sports world. But has it helped him earn a fortune?
Petros's love for football seems to be inherited from his family. In fact, many of them had ties to USC sports. After his short time playing for University of California, Berkeley, he switched his allegiance to the University of Southern California.
During his time with them, he scored a total of 16 touchdowns. His unparalleled progress earned him the spot of the team's captain.
In August 1999, Papadakis broke his foot which eventually caused him to miss the season. He went through several operations and rehabilitation sessions to recover. Finally, he returned in 2000 and was honored as that season's Most Inspirational Player.
That season, USC won its opening game against Penn State and Papadakis was playing on his recovered leg. Slowly, Papadakis made his transition to sportscasting.
He commenced his TV career as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports Network for its High School Game of the Week. He also became the host of the USC Magazine Show on FSN. Papadakis also scored a job as a commentator for the national Pac-10 games alongside Barry Tompkins. FSN also named him their top color analyst.
He has been featured in several TV networks like KTLA, VH-1, GSN, ESPN, and E! As of now, Papadakis provides analysis for FOX Sports on their college football telecasts.
Petros's radio career trails back to his junior year at USC. In addition to his TV work, he also made radio his domain of expertise. In January 2004, The Petros Papadakis Show aired on KMPC station for the first time. Currently, he works for a sports talk radio program called Petros and Money Show, which is a Local Only Broadcast.
Petros has worked for many stations and hosted shows with a huge number of listeners. He is an asset to Fox Media and earns a lot from them. Not much is known about Petros net worth but by the looks of it, his net worth is at least in seven figures.
Even after years in the media field, Petros Papadakis is still prevalent in the sportscasting business and will continue to do so. We wish him the best of luck.