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ON ESPN The 60th AutoZone Liberty Bowl
CLAY MATVICK, PLAY BY PLAY
Clay Matvick has been calling events for
ABC and ESPN networks since 2006.
In recent years, Matvick has called the
Men’s NIT, NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship,
NCAA Baseball Championship,
NCAA Softball Super Regionals and the Little
League World Series. He also works the
NCAA Men’s Hockey Championship.
Prior to ESPN, Matvick was a sports anchor
and play-by-play announcer for FSNNorth
in Minneapolis. Before that he was
a studio anchor for CNN Sports in Atlanta.
From 1990-99, he worked in Minnesota,
South Dakota and Nebraska as a sports anchor
and reporter at various stations.
Matvick has won multiple regional
Emmys for his play-by-play of the Minnesota
High School Hockey Tournament in his
Matvick graduated from St. Cloud State
University in 1996 with a degree in mass
DAN ORLOVSKY, ANALYST
Dan Orlovksy joined ESPN in 2018, serving
as an analyst for college football and NFL
coverage. In addition to his role, he is a regular
contributor on Get Up! throughout the
Orlovsky holds the University of Connecticut’s
record for most pass completions (916),
pass attempts (1,567) yards passing (10,706)
touchdown passes (84), interceptions (51),
total plays (1,710) and total yards (10.241).
Orlovsky was selected by the Detroit Lions
in the 5th round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
He played 13 seasons in the NFL with five
different teams. Orlovsky began his NFL career
in Detroit, where he played four seasons
with the Lions. That was followed by stints
with the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts,
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a return to Detroit
and finally with the Los Angeles Rams. Orlovsky,
a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut,
retired from the NFL in 2017.
PAUL CARCATERRA, SIDELINE REPORTER
Paul Carcaterra joined ESPN for the 2010
lacrosse season as a game analyst and sideline
reporter and has since added studio analyst
to his list of responsibilities. He has had
appearances on ESPNU’s The Experts: College
Lacrosse and several Sector SPDRS College
Lacrosse Season Shows. Additionally, he
works sidelines on ESPN’s college football
Carcaterra began his career with CBS College
Sports (formerly CSTV) as an analyst
and web site contributor from 2005-2009.
He is a contributor to Inside Lacrosse Magazine
and is president of No Limit Lacrosse.
Carcaterra – a native of Yorktown, N.Y. –
graduated from Syracuse University in 1997
with a bachelor’s degree in political science.