Around the XFL: Meet the ABC, ESPN crews
ABC and ESPN have announced the broadcast teams for the 2020 XFL season.
Saturdays will feature Steve Levy and Greg McElroy in the booth, while Tom Luginbill (analyst) and Dianna Russini (reporter) roam the sidelines.
Sundays will station Tom Hart and Joey Galloway behind the microphones as Pat McAfee roves down by the field.
“ABC and ESPN’s presentation of the XFL is going to be innovative and entertaining, and we have assembled a group of commentators that will be very familiar to our viewers. By bringing together some of our most accomplished football experts, we look forward to introducing this exciting new league to fans,” said Lee Fitting, ESPN Senior Vice President, Production.
Check out some reactions from around the league:
Read the full announcement.
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