Since 2003 Archer has served as a radio analyst for the Atlanta Falcons. An eight-year veteran of the NFL, he played quarterback for the Falcons, Redskins, Chargers and Eagles. He also played 5 years in the CFL and one in the WLAF, where he won a World Bowl championship and was the game MVP. Archer played collegiately at Iowa State and was inducted into the ISU Hall of Fame in 2005.
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.
Wes Durham has been the radio play-by-play voice of the Atlanta Falcons since 2004, and recently completed his 6th season as the primary football and basketball play-by-play announcer for the ACC on Fox Sports South. As of August 2019, he will be part of the ACC Network from ESPN, in both play-by-play and a daily morning show with Mark Packer.
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.
Torry Holt is a Super Bowl champion, 7-time Pro Bowler and one of the greatest wide receivers of all time. Torry joined SiriusXM in 2017 to co-host “The Opening Drive” on SiriusXM NFL Radio and contribute to SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and SiriusXM ACC Radio.
Roddy Jones hosts various shows on SiriusXM ACC Radio and serves as an ACC Network analyst going into his third season with ESPN. A former Georgia Tech running back, Jones was a four-year starter for the Yellow Jackets from 2008-11 and served as team captain his senior season.
Former Georgia Tech Quarterback and recruiting guru Tom Luginbill brings his expertise on all things college football to SiriusXM. Luginbill also has coaching experience in the XFL, Arena Football League and NFL Europe.
Mark 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.
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.
Riley Skinner was the starting quarterback for Wake Forest University from 2006 – 2009 where he led the Demon Deacons to a 2006 ACC Championship and a berth in the 2007 FedEx Orange Bowl. Skinner started 52 games for the Deacs and is the all-time winningest quarterback in school history. Skinner has since been a member of the ACC Digital Network, a color analyst for Raycom Sports, made appearances on the ACC Blitz pregame studio show and is a co-host on ACC Today on SiriusXM.
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.
Aaron Taylor was an offensive lineman at the University of Notre Dame from 1990 through 1993. The San Francisco native was a unanimous first-team All-America selection in 1992 and 1993 and won the 1993 Lombardi Award as college football’s most outstanding lineman. He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the 1994 NFL draft, playing on the team that won the Super Bowl in 1997. Taylor played for the San Diego Chargers in 1998 and 1999 before retiring from professional football. He has since been a television analyst for CBS College Sports and ABC Sports.
Former 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.