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Report: College Football Analyst Mark May Laid Off By ESPN

Mark May is reportedly no longer employed by ESPN.

Dozens of high profile personalities have been let go by ESPN over the past two days as part of company layoffs. The announcements continued today, when veterans like Andy Katz and Britt McHenry, among others, announced their respective exits. The company was reportedly set to layoff more than 100 on-air personalities. After an eventful first day of layoffs, ESPN may have saved one more for right before the 2017 NFL Draft.

A report claims that college football analyst Mark May is among those who were laid off by ESPN.

According to Awful Announcing, May joins a list of 20 other college media personalities laid off by ESPN since Wednesday morning. May has not made any sort of announcement himself.

The news comes in the wake of several prominent ESPN college football personalities being let go, including analyst Danny Kanell and reporter Brett McMurphy.

[Awful Announcing]