ESPN Considering Moving Booger McFarland to Monday Night Football Pregame Show

ESPN is discussing moving Booger McFarland to Monday Night Football’s pregame show, sources tell Outkick.

McFarland would replace Louis Riddick, who is moving to the booth with Steve Levy and Brian Griese. Last season, both Riddick and Adam Schefter joined the main desk.

This would be McFarland’s third different Monday Night Football role in three years. Previously, McFarland’s broadcasted from the infamous Boogermobile and then last year as a color commentator with Joe Tessitore.

Tessitore will return to the network’s college football coverage to broadcast in the booth with Greg McElroy.

ESPN is still finalizing plans for Monday Night Countdown. Particularly, if each member of the show will travel. For the past few seasons, the entire program has aired on-site of the MNF matchup.

Monday Night Football kicks off September 14.

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Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.


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  1. All of ESPN’s broadcasts have been hard to listen to the last few years or so. Baseball is really bad but I think MNF has been the worst. Chucky used to say “I want this guy on my team” every game but he still had a like able quality about him. They have since lacked that.

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