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ESPN Adds Greg McElroy To Its Saturday College Football Broadcast Team

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ESPN announced this morning some additions to its Saturday college football broadcast teams. 

Former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy, who's been an analyst for ESPN's SEC Network, has been added to one of the World Wide Leader's top broadcast teams. ESPN has added McElroy to its team featuring Dave Pasch and Tom Luginbill.

McElroy, 28, has served as a college football analyst for ESPN for the past two years. He'll continue to serve as an analyst for SEC Network programming during the week. 

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I'm thrilled to be joining two of the best in @DavePasch and @TomLuginbill this fall on ABC/ESPN.

— Greg McElroy (@GregMcElroy) July 7, 2016

">@TomLuginbill this fall on ABC/ESPN.

— Greg McElroy (@GVMcElroy) July 7, 2016

ESPN is also adding sideline reporter Allison Williams to the broadcast team of Brock Huard and Bob Wischusen.

From ESPN:

“The quality and depth of our on-air lineup continues to be one of the strengths of our college football coverage,” said Lee Fitting, ESPN senior coordinating producer. “Dave and Bob will again be front and center on high impact games in key ESPN and ABC timeslots for us. We look forward to seeing Greg and Allison in their new roles.”

The first college football Saturday is set for Sept. 3.