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Butch Davis to work for ESPN this fall

Butch Davis, left, spent the past two seasons as a special assistant to Greg Schiano, right, on the Bucs' coaching staff.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Butch Davis, left, spent the past two seasons as a special assistant to Greg Schiano, right, on the Bucs' coaching staff.

Former college and NFL coach Butch Davis, who spent the past two seasons as a special assistant to Greg Schiano on the Bucs' coaching staff, said Tuesday he will be working for ESPN this fall as a college football studio analyst.

Davis, 62, said he will be on camera for 16 Saturdays in Bristol this fall, working for ESPN, ESPN2 and other platforms, from the morning pregame shows until kickoff of the network's prime-time game. He'll stay in Bristol to work eight Sunday mornings as well, wrapping up the weekend's college football and looking ahead to the NFL games as well.

Davis, who has worked previously with the NFL Network, said he'll also be part of ESPN's "bus tour" roundup of college visits in August leading up to college football season. He may also work some in studio during some Thursday night college football games and bowl games as well.

Davis has been head coach at the University of Miami, with the Cleveland Browns and the University of North Carolina, where he was fired in 2011 after the program was involved in an academic scandal. He joined Schiano's staff in February 2012 but was not retained with the rest of Schiano's staff after the team went 4-12 in 2013. 

[Last modified: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 12:54pm]

    

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