Analyst, SEC Network Basketball
Dane Bradshaw is a studio and game analyst for the SEC Network’s coverage of men’s basketball, joining the network in 2014.
The former Tennessee captain played for the Volunteers from 2004-07, starting as a point guard before moving to forward. He was known for his ball-handling skills and assists as well as the Vols wins over a ranked Florida team. Bradshaw was second on the team with more than 100 assists his junior year, despite playing most of the season with a wrist injury. His assist to turnover ratio led the SEC during the 2005-06 season. He was voted team captain by his teammates his junior and senior seasons.
Bradshaw earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications in three years, and completed his master’s in Sport Management during his fourth year at Tennessee.
Since graduating, Bradshaw has played in the Netherlands and lives in Chattanooga with his wife and three children. He authored the book “Vertical Leap: Inside the Rise of Tennessee Basketball” in 2007, which features a forward by then Tennessee head coach, Bruce Pearl.
Bradshaw was born and raised in Memphis, Tenn. and is currently President and COO for Thunder Enterprises in Chattanooga, Tenn. He has been with the land development company since 2008.