Former LSU and NFL defensive tackle Booger McFarland has been promoted from the SEC Network to ABC where he will serve as the national in-studio analyst during college football on Saturdays.


McFarland adds ABC studio work to an already extensive list of experiences during his three-year tenure at ESPN as the former LSU First Team All-American teams up with national championship-winning head coach Mack Brown to be the network’s analysts. SportsCenter anchor Kevin Negandhi, who has hosted numerous marquee events over his ESPN career, will host the three-man network studio coverage.

McFarland’s ESPN career was launched with SEC Network, as the former NFL Draft first round pick has regularly appeared on the platform’s studio coverage for the last three years, while simultaneously growing his profile across other ESPN entities including SportsCenter, College Football Live and Mike & Mike, where he has co-hosted in addition to being a regular guest.
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TigerSpray83 months
Screw Abc, ESPN and Disney. Happy for A.M. but I can't stomach Abc. Tell the truth A.M., tell the truth...
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Stingray83 months
So this is his reward for bashing Trump
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luciouslou83 months
i hope he takes this oportunity to promote LSU on the national stage. He must not have liked LES Miles, because he trashed us the last couple years. Thats the TRUTH
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Nix to Twillie83 months
Can't wait for people to start labeling him a traitor when he doesn't homer for LSU. His job is to be neutral. Don't expect him to start pimping the Tigers the way Lou Holtz did Notre Dame. Nobody wants that.
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slinger131783 months
Happy for Booger but sad as an LSU (SEC) fan because we don't watch ABC on football Saturdays. He is very knowledgeable about the SEC and I will feel bad watching him breakdown West Coast and Big 12 games.
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LSU Wayne83 months
Booger used to drive around campus in a beat up tiny red Isuzu pickup truck. His face alone filled up that truck's cab. Glad to see him doing so well for himself professionally.
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gerkin83 months
Awesome! He is the best. Hope he becomes a tv legend
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AustinKnight83 months
Think they will let his name be "Booger" betting nah
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MLCLyons83 months
he's been booger his entire career. Why would they make him stop using that? It would be like if the Tri-Lambs forced Dudley Dawson to stop being called Booger.
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AustinKnight83 months
Hope so just know the higher up the ladder u go the tighter everyone's pucker gets in business is all
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Dr. Morgus83 months
Too bad most sec fans aren't watching ABC
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BananaHammock83 months
He is an excellent analyst and is very smart and likable. Super happy for him!
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Doyle McPoyle83 months
Way to go Boog. Representing LSU well
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cms1gea83 months
Congratulations,Booger,a well deserved honor.You make all Tiger Nation proud.
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KennabraTiger83 months
ESPN sure knows how to pick their Boogers
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caliegeaux83 months
Congrats Boog.
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