Former UCLA All-American Tight End Charles Arubuckle brings his hard hitting knowledge and opinions to ESPNU Radio. Buck also spent time with the Colts and Saints in the NFL. Charles can be heard on many different shows on ESPNU Radio.
As the south's sweetheart of sports, Rachel has been dubbed an "SEC-ologist" as she worked for Fox Sports and Scout.com covering the conference. In addition to her work at SiriusXM, Baribeau also writes for GridironNow.com. Outside of work, Rachel may put down the microphone, but chooses to pick up a megaphone and rally others for the causes in her community. She and six others summited Mount Kilimanjaro in April 2014 for former NFL player Kevin Turner, who suffers from ALS. The group raised over $80,000 for ALS research and awareness.
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Coach Tom Brennan won over 300 games as a college basketball coach at Yale and Vermont, including a 2005 upset of Syracuse in the 2005 NCAA Tournament. He brings his expertise and personality to ESPNU on SiriusXM.
Peter Burns is the host of SEC This Morning on SiriusXM SEC Radio. Burns also works on the SEC Network as a studio host regularly hosting the news and information show SEC Now. In addition to his studio role on SEC Network, Burns provided analysis as a course reporter on SEC Network's live coverage of the SEC Men’s and Women’s Golf Tournaments and has contributed to studio programming across all ESPN networks.
Chris remains among the “originals”, having been a part of the college sports programming on satellite radio since its inception, first as Bill King’s producer, and now as one of ESPNU on SiriusXM’s most popular hosts. His unique and passionate take on college sports is reflective of the love he has for it.
Bobby Cremins has 31 years of head coaching experience at Appalachian State, Georgia Tech and College of Charleston. During the 1989-1990 season at Georgia Tech, Cremins led the Yellowjackets to a Final Four and was named the Naismith College Coach of the Year that season. He is also a three-time winner of the ACC Coach of the Year. Cremins was the captain and point guard of South Carolina from 1967-1970.
Cole Cubelic, former Auburn University offensive lineman and captain, joined SiriusXM in 2018 and currently can be heard on ESPNU Radio and on SiriusXM SEC Radio.
Chris Doering is a Gainesville native who began his football career with the University of Florida as a top performing wide receiver. He started off as a walk-on player for Steve Spurrier in 1991. Doering set a single-season SEC record completing 17 touchdown catches during the 1995 season. He helped lead the team to SEC Championships in 1993, 1994 and 1995.
Sean Farnham was a walk-on for the UCLA Basketball team in 1997. Farnham was named the UCLA Basketball Most Improved Player in 1999. Sean spent one season as an assistant coach at Pepperdine University. You can now hear Sean on ESPNU Radio and is a college basketball analyst for ESPN.
Zig is a sports talk radio veteran who brings decades of national, local and satellite experience to the table. Zig's knowledge of college hockey is unmatched by anyone else on national radio.
Fran Fraschilla coached at Manhattan College, St. John’s University and the University of New Mexico, compiling a 176-99 (.640) record over his 10-year coaching career. Coupled with his work at SiriusXM, Fran is also currently serving as a basketball studio and in-game analyst for ESPN. Fran also covers the NBA Draft, focusing mainly on foreign players.
Braden has covered college sports in several capacities, first as a producer for Bill King, then on the web working for Rivals.com. He's now a writer and editor for the popular Athlon Magazine. Braden resides in Nashville, Tennessee, where he most likely can be found at one of the city's many historic live music venues.
Seth Greenberg joined SiriusXM in 2017. He is also a college basketball broadcaster and analyst for ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN he was a coach for twenty-four years, the last fifteen as a head coach. Greenberg has coached at Long Beach State University, The University of South Florida, and Virginia Tech. While at Tech he was a two-time ACC coach of the year.
Guy Haberman is the host of Pac-12 This Morning as well as a Pac-12 Networks host, play-by-play voice and sideline reporter.
Ben Hartsock attended the Ohio State University, where he played tight end. He was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten Conference honoree and won CoSIDA Academic All-American honors as a junior. Hartsock won a National Championship as a member of the Buckeyes in 2002. He was drafted in the 3rd round by the Colts in 2004 and went on to have a 10 year career in the NFL playing for various teams.
A.J. was a two-time All-American at Ohio State before being drafted number 5 overall to the Green Bay Packers. He was voted team captain during the playoffs on the way to winning Super Bowl XLV. He retired after playing 11 seasons in the NFL.
Anthony Herron was a star at the University of Iowa as a defensive lineman and played five years in the National Football League. Following his NFL days, he played five seasons in the AFL. He won the 2008 Arena Cup Championship as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator of the Tennessee Valley Vipers. Shortly after, Herron began more extensive work as a broadcaster.
Jacob was a do it all player in Baton Rouge for the LSU Tigers in his time there. He was a standout on offense and special teams. Hester was named team captain for the 2007 LSU team that went on to win the Southeastern Conference and eventually a National Championship.
Brad Hopkins was a standout offensive tackle at the University of Illinois. He was a two-time All-Big Ten Selection and following his senior seaso,n he was named an All-American. In 1993, Hopkins was drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers and played 13 NFL Seasons with Houston and Tennessee. He was a two-time Pro Bowl selection.
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Jason can be heard weekdays on ESPNU on SiriusXM, talking both football and basketball. In addition, he can be heard across SiriusXM including on SiriusXM NFL Radio. Horowitz is also the studio host and play-by-play broadcaster for Westwood One's coverage of college football, college basketball and the Olympics.
Gabe was an All American on and off the field at Oklahoma. After his standout career in Norman he went on to a 4 year career in the NFL.
Mike Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to 5 NCAA Championships, 12 Final Fours, 12 ACC regular season titles, and 13 ACC Tournament championships. Krzyzewski also coached the U.S. men's national basketball team to three gold medals: at the 2008 Summer Olympics, 2012 Summer Olympics and 2016 Summer Olympics. On November 15, 2011, Coach K became the winningest coach in NCAA Division I men's basketball history with his 903rd career win notched at Madison Square Garden against Michigan State. Krzyzewski then won his 1000th career game on January 25, 2015 in a win against St. John's also at Madison Square Garden. You can hear Krzyzewski throughout the basketball season on Thursdays at 6 pm ET on Basketball and Beyond with Coach K.
Steve LappasSteve Lappas coached Villanova University, Manhattan College and the University of Massachusetts, compiling a 280-237 (.542) record over a 17-year coaching career. In addition to his work at SiriusXM, he is currently a basketball color commentator and studio analyst for CBS Sports Network.
Former Georgia Tech Quarterback and recruiting guru Tom Luginbill brings his expertise on all things college football to ESPNU Radio. Luginbill also has coaching experience in the XFL, Arena Football League and NFL Europe.
After electing to retire from the NFL, Greg hosts The First Team each weekday morning on ESPNU on SiriusXM. In his first full year as starting QB at Alabama, Greg led his Crimson Tide to a perfect 14-0 record and the school's 13th national championship with a 37-21 win over Texas in the BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl. He was selected by the NY Jets in the 2011 NFL Draft and spent two seasons in New York before his final season in Cincinnati. In addition to his duties at SiriusXM, Greg serves as both a studio and color analyst for ESPN's college football coverage.
Kirk Morrison played linebacker at San Diego State where he was named the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year two consecutive years. During his 2006 NFL rookie season with the Oakland Raiders, Morrison led the team in tackles. He went on to have a 8-year career in the NFL before joining SiriusXM as an analyst on ESPNU Radio and SiriusXM NFL Radio.
Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray joined SiriusXM in 2018 as an analyst on both ESPNU Radio and SiriusXM SEC Radio, following a 4 year NFL career.
Rick NeuheiselAs head coach at UCLA, Washington and Colorado, Neuheisel's teams attended 8 bowl games. In his first two seasons at Colorado the team had consecutive 10-2 records, a top ten AP poll ranking, and Cotton and Holiday Bowl wins. At Washington, Neuheisel had 4 consecutive winning records. In 2000, the Huskies went 11-1, won the Pac-10 title, the Rose Bowl, and ranked #3 nationally.
Mark PackerMark Packer, aka "The Packman," has been working in sports for nearly 25 years as a radio and TV broadcaster. He’s best known as the host of the syndicated PrimeTime with the Packman show which aired in the Carolinas from 1997-2010. The show was the most listened-to sports radio show in the Carolinas and won him various awards.
Chris Plank hosts various programs on SiriusXM Big 12 Radio as well as ESPNU Radio. Chris continues his involvement with Sooner Sports TV as co-host of Sooner Sports Spotlight and the ever-popular Sooner Football Signing Day special.
Jeff RickardAn Emmy-nominated sports broadcaster with more than 20 years of experience, Rickard is a host on ESPN Radio and was the host of CN8’s daily sports recap show Out of Bounds. Jeff was also the voice of ESPN's Radio’s GameNight, which won him a 2006 SI.com Radio Personality of the Year award.
Holly graduated from the University of Utah with a broadcast journalism degree. While at Utah, Rowe was a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle and the Davis County Clipper, and anchored the campus TV station news. Emmy-nominated Rowe is a producer and writer of documentaries and features as well as sideline reporter for ESPN.
Ralph Russo is a native New Yorker who fell for college football in the 1980s, watching tailbacks in tear-away jerseys run wild in far off places like Lincoln, Nebraska, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Pasadena, California. He has been the national college football writer for The Associated Press since 2004, covering conference realignment, the transition from BCS to CFP, and countless thrilling games. Mets fan. Twitter-holic. Default mode set sarcastic.
Barrett Sallee brings a wealth of knowledge when it comes to all things SEC Football. Barrett isn’t afraid to think outside the box and is known for hating your team.
Matt Schick joined SiriusXM in 2018 as a host on SiriusXM Big Ten Radio. Schick was born and raised in Rochester, N.Y. He is a 2001 graduate of the University of Colorado with a degree in broadcast news. Schick served on the Board of Directors for the Nebraska chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and also partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands.
George Schroeder covers national college football for USA TODAY and SiriusXM. He can be heard across ESPNU Radio and our conference channels throughout the year.
Geoff is a proud Oregon graduate and former guard in the National Football League as well as acclaimed author. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft and remained in the league until 2016.
Chris Spatola played college basketball for the United States Military Academy (1999-2001). Chris started his coaching career when he joined a grad assistant with Army. He then joined the Duke coaching staff and was promoted to Director of Basketball Operations for the Blue Devils. Since 2012, Chris has been a member of the media with CBS Sports, Pac-12 Networks and ESPNU on SiriusXM.
Andy Staples is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and has covered College Football for the magazine since 2008. Before that he covered University of Florida sports for The Tampa Tribune from 2004-08 and University of Tennessee sports for the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Gino TorrettaFormer Miami Hurricanes QB Gino Torretta won the Heisman Trophy after the 1992 season. He was a member of two national championship squads at the U and led Miami to a thrilling fourth quarter comeback win on the road against #1 ranked Florida State back in 1991.
Mike joined SiriusXM in 2018 as host on SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio and ESPNU Radio in addition to his role with Pac-12 Networks. Previous to Pac-12 Networks, Mike spent four years with ESPN anchoring SportsCenter and was heavily involved in ESPN's NBA, college football and basketball coverage.