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    Favorite ESPN analyst

    Inspired by enisthemenace's thread.

    Probably a lot more difficult to answer this one.


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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    I don't know why everyone hates the announcers so much. On that note, I know he doesn't work for ESPN.... But Gus Johnson is a MAN among boys! Xavier vs. Kansas State anyone?


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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    I like Gottlieb more and more by the day, actually.



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    My favorite analyst? Erin Andrews.


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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Rick Reilly, nobody even comes close.



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Never thought I'd say this but I really like Jalen Rose. His sports knowledge goes beyond basketball and he's not the average loud, over-the-top ESPN analyst. He spoke very eloquently of Ernie Harwell the morning after his death.



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Jay Bilas



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    They have so damned many it's hard to recall all of them but I do like both Gottlieb and Bilas.



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Probably Dukeboy - Jay Bilas. But, Fran Fraschilla always seems to have love for ISU.



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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by RING4CY View Post
    My favorite analyst? Erin Andrews.
    Difference between sideline reporting and analyzing - I've never seen Erin Andrews analyze (although if you said "personality" she'd be right up there).

    Personally I like Suzy Kolber and Doug Gottlieb


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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    I like the guys that do the NFL Live and I think the other NFL show. Wingo, Schlereth, Hodge, Jaws, Palantonio


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    Re: Favorite ESPN analyst

    Quote Originally Posted by Acylum View Post
    Never thought I'd say this but I really like Jalen Rose. His sports knowledge goes beyond basketball and he's not the average loud, over-the-top ESPN analyst. He spoke very eloquently of Ernie Harwell the morning after his death.
    I agree with you 100%. I never expected it, but he is my favorite analyst on ESPN, and I don't even care for the NBA.



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    Jay Bilas
    Hell yeah! The guy knows his stuff.

    I also like Gruden. His coaching perspective is nice. However, he yells a little too much.



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