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ESPN College Football Analyst

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  • Analyst on “ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime” and appears regularly on “College GameDay”
  • Contributor to ESPN’s “College Football Live” and SportsCenter
  • Former defensive end at the University of Georgia and the second Bulldog to be named a three-time All-American
  • College career accolades include SEC Player of the Year honors, the Ted Hendricks Award, the Chuck Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award, Lott Trophy and SEC Defensive Player of the Year
  • Picked 17th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2005 NFL Draft
Biography
ESPN College Football Analyst

Former NFL player and University of Georgia standout David Pollack joined ESPN in June 2009 as a college football analyst. Currently, he is an analyst on ESPN College Football Primetime (Thursdays) and appears regularly on College GameDay.

Pollack started his broadcast career in 2008, doing studio work for CBS and hosting a sports radio talk show in Atlanta for 790 The Zone. Since joining ESPN, Pollack has contributed to a variety of programming as a college football analyst, including ESPN’s College GameDay in 2011, as well as College Football Live and SportsCenter.

As a defensive end at the University of Georgia, he was just the second Bulldog to be named a three-time All-American. Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker was the first.

In the 2005 NFL Draft, he was taken 17th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals. His NFL career was cut short, however, after he broke a cervical vertebra in a game versus the Cleveland Browns in 2006. Pollack announced his retirement before the 2008 season.

At Georgia, Pollack’s accolades included 2002 SEC Player of the Year honors, the 2003 and 2004 Ted Hendricks Award, and, all in 2004, the Chuck Bednarik Award, Lombardi Award, Lott Trophy and SEC Defensive Player of the Year. His 36 sacks for the Bulldogs remain a school record.

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