Ex-Hawk to serve as BTN analyst

Former Iowa player Anthony Herron will serve as a game analyst for the Big Ten Network starting this fall.

Herron played defensive end for Iowa under Coach Kirk Ferentz before leaving after the 2001 season. He then played for the Detroit Lions and in arena football before moving into broadcasting. Herron worked as a sideline analyst for the BTN during Iowa’s spring scrimmage, calling it a tryout.

The BTN’s lead TV crew is announcer Thom Brennaman and analyst Charles Davis, who also works for the NFL Network. Brennaman and Davis also call the BCS championship game for Fox. 

Other announcers include Wayne Larrivee, Mark Neely and Matt Devlin. Among the analysts include former Minnesota Coach Glen Mason, Chris Martin, Ian Allen, Tony McGee and Kenny Jackson.

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One Response to Ex-Hawk to serve as BTN analyst

  1. marcmwm says:

    Anthony was a great guy, a go-to interview during Ferentz’s dark years. (I’m not calling these dark years just yet.)

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