View Poll Results: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

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  • Kirk Herbstreit

    14 34.15%
  • Chris Fowler

    3 7.32%
  • Rece Davis

    5 12.20%
  • Lee Corso

    1 2.44%
  • Lou Holtz

    4 9.76%
  • David Pollack

    1 2.44%
  • Desmond Howard

    6 14.63%
  • Jesse Palmer

    4 9.76%
  • Mark May

    1 2.44%
  • Robert Smith

    2 4.88%
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    Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Thought I would make a poll to see who people view as the best college football analyst on ESPN. To me it seems like some of their "secondary" analysts are better than their main ones. I love listening to Jesse Palmer's analysis. Maybe it's because he doesn't "have to" praise the "ESPN popular teams" since he isn't one of the main analysts, but it seems like every time he talks he has something insightful to say - he knows his stuff. Another underrated analyst that I like is David Pollack for a lot of the same reasons as I like Jesse Palmer.



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    They all suck.



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    They are all Charleston chew.



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    I believe thujone (shaggybevo) made a few pics that accurately represent mark may...



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    They all suck but at least Herby can be somewhat objective.



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by CyCrazy View Post
    They all suck but at least Herby can be somewhat objective.
    i like herby because a chicken sends him into full on little girl mode.

    Attachment 16286



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    Desmond Howard gets my vote.



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    Erin Andrews. I want some more hotties on this list!!!



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyninety View Post
    Erin Andrews. I want some more hotties on this list!!!
    because she definitely still works for ESPN...



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by every_yard View Post
    Thought I would make a poll to see who people view as the best college football analyst on ESPN. To me it seems like some of their "secondary" analysts are better than their main ones. I love listening to Jesse Palmer's analysis. Maybe it's because he doesn't "have to" praise the "ESPN popular teams" since he isn't one of the main analysts, but it seems like every time he talks he has something insightful to say - he knows his stuff. Another underrated analyst that I like is David Pollack for a lot of the same reasons as I like Jesse Palmer.

    None.



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Nobody cares cause Samantha Steele isn't listed.




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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Samantha Steele of course!



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    What about Joe Tessitore?? He will always be known for "Touchdown they did it!"


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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    they are all horrible



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    Re: Best ESPN College Football Analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by mj4cy View Post
    What about Joe Tessitore?? He will always be known for "Touchdown they did it!"
    He'd have to be in play-by-play category, rather than analyst.

    He gets top billing for the call you mentioned.



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