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Doug Flutie

Color Commentator, NBC Sports
Doug is a former Heisman Trophy winner from Boston College. He played football professionally in the NFL, CFL, and USFL. Since retiring in 2006, Doug has shown his acting chops in various shows and has been a sports analyst for ESPN, NBC, and ABC.
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Jeff Francoeur

Sports Analyst, Atlanta Braves
Called "Frenchy" by the fans, Jeff is a retired baseball left-fielder. He played for a variety of MLB teams, including the Phillies, Mets, Rangers, Braves, and Marlins. Jeff is currently a sports analyst for the Atlanta Braves.
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Meggi Hetzel

Sideline Reporter, SEC Network
Meggi is a sideline reporter for the SEC Network. In this role she has had the opportunity to cover several college football playoff games including the 2018 National Championship game, SEC Championships, and the ESPN College Football Hall of Fame Awards. She attended college at Kennesaw State University.
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Jay Richardson

Anchor on ABC 6 & FOX 28
Jay is a retired 7-year NFL veteran who played collegiately at Ohio State and was part of the 2002 National Championship team. Jay is a sports analyst who currently co-anchors Emmy nominated “The Football Fever” on ABC 6 and hosts “First Scores” on Fox 28 in Columbus, OH. He is the co-founder of “2CENTS SPORTS,” a digital platform that includes his podcast and other sports-related content.
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