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ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’ Adds Popular Ex-NFL Player to the Show


Just two weeks into the 2022 college football season, ESPN’s popular pregame show has made a big addition to its lineup.

ESPN’s College GameDay has reportedly added former NFL punter and popular multimedia stat Pat McAfee to its everlasting lineup, in accordance with Andrew Marchand of the Latest York Post. McAfee is anticipated to make his debut on Saturday when the show travels to Austin for Texas’ matchup with No. 1 Alabama.

McAfee, 35, hosts a every day talk show on YouTube and can proceed to achieve this, in addition to make his regular appearances on WWE’s Friday Night SmackDown on Fox. McAfee also has a take care of FanDuel, which reportedly pays him $120 million over the subsequent 4 years.

McAfee has called games for ESPN2’s alternate broadcasts in years past and can proceed to achieve this. He tweeted in regards to the College GameDay deal Tuesday evening.

“It’s an absolute honor 2 have this tweet tweeted about me,” McAfee wrote. “GameDay is a show that I’ve been a fan of FOREVER. So many moving parts including real cool conversations w/ the advantageous folks from WWE .. all hurried. DUMBEST LIFE OF ALL TIME.”

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