Mark is a journalist who has accomplished a huge success after doing commentary for basketball in ESPN and The Ringer though he is operating his blog, Club Trillion, since 2008.
Similarly, Mark is also the former walk-on basketball player for the Ohio States.
Mark Titus is an author known for publishing the book, Don't Put Me In, Coach: My Incredible NCAA Journey from the End of the Bench to the End of the Bench in 2012.
Mark Titus Married Status, Wife
Mark was married to Sara for several years. Most probably, the pair tied the knot on 9th June 2012.
Mark Titus celebrates Sara's 30th birthday on 19th June 2016 (Photo: Sara's Twitter)
However, the couple's relationship seems to have hit a rough patch. On 23rd September 2016, Mark tweeted,
...but enough about my ex-wife!!! Folks,,,
Before being a journalist, he joined Grantland in 2011 and worked in this place as Writer for almost four years and three months till October 2015.
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Later, Mark also worked as a manager for the Buckeyes.
Furthermore, he joined The Ringer-a sports and pop culture website in 2017 and began a new endeavor in his profession.
Mark’s Journey In The NBA
After trying for a year, Mark was picked by the Ohio States in 2010’s NBA draft. Though he didn't get enough chance to play for his team, his coach Thad Matta defined him as the best pure shooter that the team had.
Mark attended Brownsburg High School from the year 2002 to 2006.
After that, in order to study the Bachelor of Science and Marketing, he enrolled at the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business in 2006 and passed out in 2010.
Interesting Facts About Him:
- Mark was born on 25th June 1987 in Brownsburg, Indiana.
- He stands tall in 6 feet and 4 inches (1.9m) with an approximate weight of 210 lbs (95 kg).
- Mark’s birth sign is Cancer.
- Mark announced his resignation from The Ring in October 2019 after working for three years.
- Mark has also played AAU basketball alongside Greg Oden and Eric Gordon.
- In his blog, Club Trillion, Mark has also written his basketball-related-experiences.