Maria Taylor became a fixture on ESPN’s “College GameDay” in recent years as part of her larger college football role throughout the network’s coverage on Saturdays, including from the sideline in primetime.

Since she moved on to NBC, ESPN had to make a decision about how it would fill the role that Taylor contributed to the popular Saturday morning pregame show. In short, it’ll do it with established personalties college football fans are used to on ESPN.

“There are no immediate plans to replace that role,” ESPN told Front Office Sports in a statement. “We look forward to kicking off the 35th season of College GameDay with our talented crew, including Rece Davis, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, David Pollack, Chris ‘The Bear’ Fallica, and reporters Jen Lada and Gene Wojciechowski.”

ESPN previously announced that Holly Rowe would replace Taylor on the sideline of the ABC primetime games also called by Chris Fowler and Herbstreit.

Away from the desk, Jen Lada and Gene Wojciechowski will continue to contribute feature stories and in-depth storytelling to “College GameDay.”

Taylor last month left ESPN for NBC Sports after a contract negotiation that played out in public. She also worked on ESPN’s NBA coverage. At NBC, she immediately traveled to Tokyo to cover the Olympics, and this fall will also contribute to “Football Night in America” on Sundays.