Peter C. Montemurno is 43 years old from Buffalo, NY. He attended St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute from 1988-1992. He then attended and played football for St. John Fisher College (Class of 1996) in Rochester, NY from 1992 until 1995. Peter began broadcasting football games as a color commentator in 2007 for WHTK AM 1280 in Rochester, NY and moved to Sports Radio 950 ESPN in 2009; added Time Warner Cable in 2011. Peter is ESPN Rochester's NFL Analyst breaking down the game film of the Buffalo Bills for a radio segment each Monday.


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Peter Montemurno is the most prepared color commentator I have worked with. "Monte' has the ability to explain football in a manner that relates to all listeners – from the casual fan to the hard core. It is a pleasure working with Monte, and I have no doubt he is going to go far in this business. Gene Battaglia SportsRadio 950 ESPN Rochester
Play-byplay, St. John Fisher College Football
Reporter, Sirius NFL Radio's "Sunday NFL Drive"
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Peter brings knowledge and enthusiasm to his work. He doesn't just tell listeners what happened on the field, he explains the impact on the game. Listening to him, it is easy to tell that he is well-prepared and well-versed. He is what a color man should be: honest and informative. Jim Mandelaro College Beat Writer
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Peter is prepared, enthusiastic and enjoys brining football to life for his listeners. As a former player and avid fan of the game, his knowledge is obvious and his insight always informative. Peter goes the extra mile to bring the audience details about players coaches and school programs, making the game entertaining and fun. With Peter in the broadcast booth, you feel like you are right there in the stands! Robin DeWind Media Consultant, Rochester, NY
WHEC-TV 10 NBC, Rochester, NY
Peter is not only a very prepared broadcaster, he has a way of taking the information and relaying it to the listener in an entertaining and concise manner. Mike Catalana Sports Director WHAM-TV 13 ABC, Rochester, NY
I continue to be impressed with Peter's color commentary of the St. John Fisher College Football Games. He is someone who has played the game, studies the game, and understands the game. He is a bright light in the Fisher game broadcasts and would be a welcome addition to any broadcast team. Gary Mervis Chairman & Founder, Camp Good Days and Special Times, Rochester NY Assistant Football Coach, St. John Fisher College, Rochester NY
In today's on-the-go world you have to reach out of the radio or streaming computer and grab the listener. The color commentator is critical; he is the game. Peter is the best game in town; he's informed, enthusiastic and engaging. Rich Gardner freelance journalist
585-473-2170 lakegard@frontiernet.net
As a former player, an avid football fan, and an out of town listener of my Alma Mater, Peter makes me feel like I'm there watching the game live and in person. He successfully blends personality with technical knowledge. Mike Zarrillo Regional Manager, The Hartford - Group Benefits Division 704-367-3642 Michael.Zarrillo@hartfordlife.com
Peter is a natural when it comes to football commentating. He does his homework and is always prepared for each and every game. His professionalism and work ethic, coupled with his playing and coaching experience, enables him to provide pertinent information and insight to all of our listeners. Norm Kieffer Sports Information Director St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY
Peter is the most prepared color commentator I have worked with in my almost 20 years in broadcasting. From meeting with coaches and players on the Monday prior to the game, to the stat breakdown, and the game with in the game, he has every angle covered. His style is very viewer friendly as well and does an exceptional job explaining the X's and O's. More importantly, his experience as player also shows through when he is explaining what a coach or player may be thinking. Brendan McDaniels Play-by-play announcer Time Warner Cable Sports Channel

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