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Here's Who ESPN Will Be Replacing Michelle Beadle With On 'Get Up!'

Jalen Rose, Mike Greenberg, and Michelle Beadle, the original lineup of ESPN's Get Up.

On Friday night, ESPN made a big announcement about one of its prominent—and struggling—new shows. In preparation for football season, Michelle Beadle is being replaced on morning show Get Up!

The show was created with Beadle, Mike Greenberg, and Jalen Rose as its three lead personalities. Rose will remain on the show, but in a slightly altered role, as he will focus on NBA Countdown duties in Los Angeles when basketball season begins.

The decision was likely already made. However, the timing of the announcement was very interesting.

On Thursday, one day before ESPN revealed the news, Beadle declared that she would stop watching college football after Urban Meyer's poorly-received "apology" at Ohio State's press conference the night before.

Beadle says that she did not watch NFL last season, and would not be watching it this season either, and was critical of the culture around football, when it comes to the treatment of women.

ESPN will use a rotating cast of personalities to replace Michelle Beadle on Get Up!

From the Worldwide Leader's announcement on Friday night:

Going forward, Get Up! will also include regular hosting contributions from Maria Taylor, Laura Rutledge, Dianna Russini and Jen Lada, each of whom has guest-hosted the show since April’s launch and will continue with their other roles.

Get Up! will also features football-focused guests every day during football season, from ESPN's NFL and college analyst ranks:

During football season, Get Up! will feature a star-studded lineup of ESPN NFL and college football commentators, with at least one of the following appearing each day: Ryan Clark, Victor Cruz, Paul Finebaum, Dan Orlovsky, Jesse Palmer, Louis Riddick, Rex Ryan, Adam Schefter, Marcus Spears, Jonathan Vilma and Damien Woody.

As Beadle moves into an even more NBA-centric role with the launch of an additional show NBA After The Buzzer, and as Get Up! looks to go full-bore into football this fall, it seems like this makes sense for everyone involved.

[ESPN]