Samantha Ponder says goodbye to her college football family as she prepares to join ESPN's NFL clan.
With his dad as the head coach, ESPN recruiting analyst Tom Luginbill was part of the championship season of the XFL's LA Extreme.
ESPN's Megacast once again delivered the drama of a Clemson-Alabama duel for the #CFPChampionship to millions of fans.
Over football and food, the trio working Saturday's College Football Playoff first semifinal (3 p.m. ET, ESPN) have bonded throughout their first season together.
ABC’s Saturday Night Football televised some of the best moments of the college season. It also was TV’s most-watched college football franchise on any network.
A return to her native Atlanta for SportsCenter's Elle Duncan affords the anchor a chance to be part of the Celebration Bowl.
An editor at and a graduate of Gordie Lockbaum’s alma mater explains what compelled him to profile Rick Carter, Lockbaum’s first coach at Holy Cross. Lockbaum is the subject of the 30 for 30 short, "The Throwback."
Current ESPN personality Dan Le Batard was a U. Miami beat writer during the time depicted in Saturday's post-Heisman 30 for 30, "Catholics vs. Convicts," and knows just how bitter the rivalry was.
The first ESPN Ambassadors initiative was part of last night's The Home Depot College Football Awards and the participants share their incredible experiences.
#TBT: ESPN's Heisman Quintet - five analysts who won the coveted award, which will be announced Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Wednesday, members of Temple's AAC champion football team staged a successful blitz of SportsCenter anchor and proud alum Kevin Negandhi. Here's how it happened.
ESPN commentators are quite familiar with the rivalry games the company will (over)serve fans with during the holiday weekend. A preview/review featuring those folks - well worth your time.
"We want to hear their genuine, honest reaction on the air. It makes for the best TV.” That's the producer's take on why CFP: Top 25 commentators don't discover the rankings until fans do. Tune in tonight at 7 ET, ESPN, for the latest.
In November, ESPN's Brent Musburger will receive the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award in Sports Broadcasting, presented by Fordham University. Musburger shares his thoughts on Scully, who recently retired from broadcasting after 67 years.
No stranger to the Boston College sidelines, Eagles alum - and sideline reporter - Molly McGrath returns to The Heights tomorrow for ESPN's Friday night football game between Clemson and BC.

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