Congratulations to University of Georgia’s former quarterback, Aaron Murray, on his new position with ESPN! The announcement was made earlier this week. Murray joins the ESPN team as a college football analyst. As part of this role, he will call games on ESPN networks and be part of studio programming as well.
Former @GeorgiaFootball QB @aaronmurray11 is joining ESPN as a college football analyst— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) August 10, 2022
Murray will call games across ESPN networks & contribute to studio programming
More @ESPNCFB commentator details: https://t.co/KvNzF90PTL pic.twitter.com/lRsJJGKXr7
In addition to Aaron Murray joining the roster, former NFL quarterback and Arizona State standout Brock Osweiler is also coming on board. He will also be a college football game analyst and work with Anish Shroff and reporter Taylor McGregor.
Murray received welcomes from other ESPN contributors on Twitter, including Peter Burns and Matt Stinchcomb.
Boom! Never enough DAWGS around. Welcome aboard 11!— matt stinchcomb (@mstinch79) August 10, 2022
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