“Auburn Sports Network Expands Football Coverage with Exciting New Additions”

The 2023 Auburn football season is upon us. With it, comes changes to how fans listen to gameday coverage. Auburn Sports Network announced this week that there will be an addition to its crew, while …
"Auburn Sports Network Expands Football Coverage with Exciting New Additions"

Exciting Changes Coming to Auburn Sports Network for 2023 Football Season

The 2023 Auburn football season is almost here, and fans have something new to look forward to when it comes to gameday coverage. The Auburn Sports Network recently announced some exciting changes to its crew, including a new addition and a shift in roles.

Former Auburn quarterback Jason Campbell, who played for the team from 2001-2004, will be moving into the color analyst seat for the upcoming season. Campbell has been with the Auburn Sports Network since 2016, serving as an analyst for pregame and halftime coverage. He will be taking over for Stan White, who has held the role since 2001.

Campbell expressed his gratitude for the opportunity, saying, “I would like to thank God for this amazing opportunity to continue doing something I enjoy and love. I appreciate the Auburn Sports Network team and Stan for their immediate confidence in me as I move into the analyst role. I know I have incredibly big shoes to fill. It has been a privilege watching and learning from Stan during our time in the booth together. Auburn Family, I look forward to sharing great memories with you alongside the Voice of the Tigers, Andy Burcham, this fall.”

In addition to Campbell’s new role, the Auburn Sports Network is also welcoming former Auburn linebacker Will Herring to the crew. Herring will be sharing sideline reporter duties with Ronnie Brown this season. With Herring’s addition, three key members of Auburn’s undefeated 2004 season will now be part of Auburn Sports Network’s coverage.

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The Voice of Auburn Football, Andy Burcham, will continue to provide his enthusiastic commentary, while Paul Ellen and Brad Law will remain in their usual capacities. Ellen will host the pregame, halftime, and postgame show, while Law will be a vital part of pregame and postgame coverage.

It’s not just the crew that’s changing, though. The Auburn Sports Network also announced a change to its flagship station over the summer. Local Auburn fans, as well as those listening on campus, can tune in to Wings 94.3 for all the game coverage.

Excitement is building for the upcoming football season, and the Auburn Sports Network is ready to bring fans the best coverage possible. Be sure to follow @TheAuburnWire on Twitter and like their page on Facebook for ongoing updates on Auburn news, notes, and opinion. And don’t forget to follow Taylor on Twitter @TaylorJones__ for more stories like this.

Original story appeared on Auburn Wire.

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