The SEC Network is adding some new talent to its stable of on-air talent. Over the weekend, an official announcement named three new college football analysts just in time for the upcoming season.
Don’t worry, SEC fans. All three of the new studio talents have ties to the SEC dating back to their days as college athletes.
We have a two-sport Tennessee standout, Florida Hall of Fame receiver and former Arkansas quarterback. Can you guess who the new talent is?
Let us tell you.
- Chris Doering: Florida Hall of Fame wide receiver with three SEC Championships (1993, 1994, 1995) and seven years in the NFL
- Jabari Greer: A two-sport athlete at Tennessee, breaking Volunteer records in both football and track & field; played ten years in the NFL and won a Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints in 2010
- Clint Stoerner: Arkansas quarterback, played in the NFL for five years for the Dallas Cowboys (4) and Miami Dolphins (1)
The three men will appear during halftime and post-game shows on the network. They will also be present on “SEC Now.”
No one knows what it is like to be out on the field in the always tough SEC more than these three men, so it will be very interesting to see what they have to say when the time comes for them to share their thoughts.
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