ESPN Could Reportedly Have 2 New College Football Analysts In 2019

first_imgA general photo of ESPN's set.SAN FRANCISCO, CA – FEBRUARY 05: A view of the logo during ESPN The Party on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Mike Windle/Getty Images for ESPN)ESPN is reportedly considering placing two new analysts onto its college football coverage.The Worldwide Leader has undergone significant change within its broadcasting teams in both college football and the NFL over the past few years.According to a report from the Big Lead, analysts Dan Orlovsky and Matt Hasselbeck could make the transition to college football.Here’s more from the Big Lead: ESPN has had serious discussions about putting Dan Orlovsky and Matt Hasselbeck in college football broadcast booths this season, The Big Lead has learned. This would also mean a further shakeup on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown pregame show for Monday Night Football. An ESPN spokesperson declined to comment.Hasselbeck has been a mainstay on ESPN’s NFL coverage over the past few years, but could step away from his duties in the studio to join the broadcast booth.Orlovsky meanwhile, according to the report, could fill in for Brock Huard – who left to join Fox’s No. 2 team alongside Joe Davis. The former NFL quarterback is all over the place for ESPN, working on Get Up and NFL Live as well as other programs on the network.Stay tuned regarding the latest on ESPN’s changes to its broadcasting teams.last_img

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