Report: College football analyst Mark May laid off at ESPN
If you’ve been keeping tabs on social media the last couple days, you’ve seen the fallout from the mass layoffs at ESPN.
Among those affected have been college football insider Brett McMurphy, Danny Kanell, Jeremy Crabtree and Derek Tyson, among others, and all of them are equally talented and will land on their feet somewhere.
On Thursday, Awful Announcing said it confirmed that analyst Mark May was among the many cuts at ESPN, although no official announcement has been made.
May joined ESPN in 2001 as a college football analyst and color commentator. He was a consensus All-American at the University of Pittsburgh, and he played in the NFL from 1981-1993.
Perhaps he’s best known for his time with Lou Holtz on College Football Final, where he was pulled off the show in 2015. While everyone loves to hate on May, we can all agree he couldn’t stand Lou Holtz’s love affair with Notre Dame.