He’s still managing to work, but he’s doing it from home. The college football expert will be appearing virtually on College GameDay and for tonight’s game between Clemson and Ohio State.
Is Kirk Herbstreit calling the game from home?
ESPN broadcaster Kirk Herbstreit tested positive for COVID-19 and will call the Sugar Bowl between Clemson and Ohio State on Jan. 1 remotely, he announced Tuesday on Twitter. Herbstreit, who said he feels “good,” will also appear on College GameDay on New Year’s Day from his home.
Why is herbstreit remote?
On one of the biggest days of the college football season, ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit will work remotely after testing positive for the coronavirus. On New Year’s Day, he will appear from his home rather than in person on “College GameDay” and for the College Football Playoff semifinal between No. 2 Clemson and No.
Does Kirk Herbstreit sons play for Clemson?
Reserve safety Jake Herbstreit to leave Clemson football program. … Jake’s twin brother, Tye, remains a member of the Clemson team. He’s a redshirt sophomore wide receiver who has played in five career games. Jake and Tye are the sons of Kirk Herbstreit, a college football analyst and commentator on ESPN and ABC.
Who is calling the OSU Clemson game?
Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will serve as the game’s play-by-play announcer and analyst, with Maria Taylor and Tom Rinaldi reporting from the sidelines. The four also worked the Buckeyes’ 29-23 loss to the Tigers in the Fiesta Bowl last season.
Who is calling the Sugar Bowl?
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Did Kirk Herbstreit play college football?
From 1989 to 1993, Herbstreit was a quarterback for the Ohio State football team.
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