By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
A few months ago, ESPN was a existence for many anchors and reporters. Since then, they have begun to re-sign some of their own.
On Friday morning, the company announced they have re-signed five college football voices. These analysts include Dusty Dvoracek, Rod Gilmore, Brock Huard, Tom Luginbill and Greg McElroy.
Dvoracek joined the company last season. He has primarily been a play-by-play announcer on ESPNU since coming onboard with the Worldwide Leader in Sports.
He is a former Oklahoma Sooner, who was a two-time Big 12 Champion. He was also a team captain.
Gilmore has been with ESPN for more than two decades. He will continue his role as a game analyst for ESPN/ABC Saturday telecasts. He will also contribute, as he has done in the past, on other ESPN platforms.
Huard, a former NFL player, is entering his 10th season with ESPN. He’ll continue to call games for ABC and ESPN.
Luginbill has primarily been a college and high school analyst. He’s also the national recruiting analyst for ESPN.
For the past 12-years, he’s been on ESPNU’s Signing Day Special when college kids pick their college choices.
McElroy, the former Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback, was moved to a weekly Saturday ESPN/ABC game assignment. He’s expected to continue that role this season.
It was announced earlier this month by the company that McElroy and Marcus Spears, a former LSU Tigers defensive lineman, will have a show called “Thinking Out Loud” on the SEC Network on Monday’s at 7 pm EST.
He will also appear on SEC Now and other ESPN platforms during the season.
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