ABC and ESPN Announce Commentator Teams for the XFL’s 2020 Season

ABC and ESPN Announce Commentator Teams for the XFL’s 2020 Season

ABC AND ESPN COMMENTATORS FOR INAUGURAL 2020 SEASON

BIOGRAPHIES

Steve Levy joined ESPN in 1993 and is one of ESPN’s most-tenured “SportsCenter” anchors. He has been one of ESPN/ABC’s top play-by-play voices for college football since 2016, and he called his first Monday Night game in 2019. Levy has also called NHL and other hockey events, including the World Cup, throughout his career.

Greg McElroy joined ESPN in 2014 as a college football analyst for SEC Network. He calls college football games on ESPN/ABC and contributes to SEC Network studio shows, including the football-themed “Thinking Out Loud”which he co-hosts. A four-year Alabama quarterback, McElroy led the Crimson Tide to the 2010 BCS National Championship. He also played three NFL seasons.

Tom Luginbill joined Scouts Inc. in 2002 and was promoted to national recruiting director when the company was purchased by ESPN. In addition to providing in-depth recruiting analysis of top collegiate football prospects, he is a sideline analyst for college football games on ESPN/ABC. Luginbill was director of player personnel and QB coach for the Los Angeles Xtreme, which won the championship in the original XFL’s only season in 2001.

Dianna Russini joined ESPN in 2015 and is an NFL Insider/reporter and host. She appears regularly on ESPN’s NFL shows “SportsCenter,” “Get Up” and more. The sideline reporter for ESPN’s Monday Night Football” double-header game in Oakland in September 2019, Russini also appears on a variety of ESPN digital shows.

Tom Hart joined ESPN/SEC Network in 2017 and is the voice of SEC Saturday Night college football games. He also calls college basketball and college baseball across ESPN networks.

Joey Galloway joined ESPN in 2011 and is a college football analyst. He currently works in-studio and has also called college football games. One of Ohio State’s all-time receiving leaders, Galloway was a first-round pick who played 16 NFL seasons.

Pat McAfee joined ESPN in 2019 as a college football analyst and contributor. He calls ESPN Thursday night college football games and regularly appears on “Get Up.” A standout college punter/kicker who played eight NFL seasons. McAfee also works for Westwood One and DAZN.