Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Mack Brown Joins ESPN/ABC As A College Football Analyst

After resigning as Texas head coach last season, Mack Brown has found a new home at ESPN, per ESPN Media Zone.
Brown, who won a BCS National Championship and two Big 12 Championships with the Texas Longhorns, will serve as a studio analyst every Saturday on ABC. 
He will appear on College Football Countdown (3 p.m. ET) and provide pre-game, halftime and post-game analysis for every ABC game telecast, including the popular Saturday Night Football series. 
Brown will be joined by returning host John Saunders and ESPN game and studio analyst Danny Kanell, who will also make his debut in the ABC studio this year.
“I’m so excited and grateful to be joining ESPN’s college football coverage team,” Brown said in the press release. 
“We’ve been talking about it for a few months, and I think it’s a great opportunity to continue to be an active part of a game I love so much. People who know me know I’m a football junkie, so I’m really looking forward to watching and studying teams, sharing thoughts, and talking football with all of the passionate college football fans across the country each and every week.”

List of ABC College Football studio analysts Since 1999:

Terry Bowden (1999-2003)
Craig James (2003-08)
Aaron Taylor (2004-05)
Doug Flutie (2006-08)
Jesse Palmer (2009-13)
Mack Brown (2014-)
Danny Kanell (2014-)

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