Posted on July 23, 2019
By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter
The ABC/ESPN roster of college football analysts is changing once again before the 2019 season kicks off! Quarterback Mark Sanchez will be replacing Mack Brown in the college football studio, ready to dish out some football knowledge alongside Kevin Negandhi and Jon Vilma. For those of you that forgot Mark “Butt Fumble” Sanchez played in the NFL last season, rest assured, you are not alone. We had to really think about the last time we saw him suited up and on the field. While he did bounce around with the Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, and Washington Redskins (where he threw for 19-for-35 for 128 yards, no touchdowns, and three interceptions), he’s best known for his five years with the New York Jets. Of course, this is where his nickname was given during a Thanksgiving game against the Patriots in 2012. In case you forgot about this moment (how could you), you can watch it on replay as many times as you’d like below.
Between Fox Sports, ABC, ESPN, and the NFL Network, we’re pretty sure there are enough football analysts to hold us over from now until eternity. But the real question we need answered is, who do the fans want to hear from? With options like former coaches, former players, and those that have lived and breathed football from the bleachers – who should be analyzing everything on field? We don’t think the fans will pick just one group. We think they want to hear from every realm of the football spectrum – maybe even a former referee and some super fans as well. But if you feel strongly one way or the other, let us know!