Former collegiate and Arena football star Tom Luginbill joined Scouts Inc. in 2002. When the NFL-based company was purchased by ESPN in 2005, Luginbill was promoted to national recruiting director. He provides in-depth recruiting analysis for top collegiate football prospects on ESPN.com as well as on air analysis across ESPN networks for high school football recruiting and college football, including sidelines for an ESPN or ABC Saturday game. In addition, Luginbill is a regular host/analyst on SiriusXM. He has an extensive background in professional football as well as talent evaluation and has served in various scouting capacities since 1996.Click Here to Read More.
Kimberly Jones is a New York City-based sports reporter. From 2005 to 2011, she was the Club House Reporter for New York Yankees games on the YES network. She currently works for the NFL Network and WFAN radio in New York City.
Jones graduated from Penn State in the early 1990s with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a Master of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science and is associated with their Center for Sports Journalism.
Kim has written columns, hosted radio & TV shows on both baseball and football, has been an on the field reporter and has provided analysis to various networks.Click Here to Read More.
Kevin Steele has coached at SEC schools Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Tennessee and also at Clemson. He was the Interim head coach at Auburn and Tennessee. He was also the Head Coach at Baylor.
He has played or worked for Johnny Majors, Nick Saban, Tom Osborne, Les Miles, Gus Malzahn, Dom Capers, and Dobo Swinney.Click Here to Read More.
James L. Wilson is a 1967 graduate of Huntsville’s Butler High School. He moved from officiating in the high school ranks to the SEC, then to the NFL.
He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University where he was a 4-year letterman at tight end. He was team captain and voted MVP as a senior in 1971. He went to work for Ford Motor Company after graduation in 1972. Wilson remained with Ford for 34 years, in Heavy Truck Sales, in Louisville, Dallas, and later Memphis. ...Click Here to Read More.
Cole Cubelic, former Auburn University offensive lineman and captain, joined ESPN in 2011 as an analyst covering the SEC and Sun Belt Conference football games. He has worked as an analyst on SEC Network and ESPN3 telecasts, and has also been a weekly guest on The Paul Finebaum Show. In fall 2017, he joined SEC Saturday Night, the franchise that features SEC Network’s marquee college football game each Saturday – as a field analyst, alongside analyst Jordan Rodgers and commentator Tom Hart. He is also covering select games as a field analyst for XFL on ABC.
He works at AL.com as a sports analyst, providing analysis and film room explanations of key battles on the offensive and defensive lines. He co-hosts “3 Man Front” from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. weekdays on WJOX 94.5 FM. Cubelic previously hosted “The Cube Show” on 730 AM-WUMP, worked for the Sun Belt Network from 2009-13 and was a radio personality at WZZN from 2010-13, where he was the co-host of “Cubelic & the Kid” and “Monday Night Blast Off” on 97.7 FM in the Huntsville, Ala. area.
Cubelic, a native of Homewood, Ala., graduated from Auburn in 2001 with a degree in communication and media studies.
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