David Norrie joined ABC Sports as a color analyst for regional college football broadcasts in August 2000.
Norrie comes to ABC from Fox Sports Net, where he had served in a similar capacity since 1996. Norrie began his Fox Sports Net career working Pac-10 telecasts, and later added Big 12, WAC and Army/Navy assignments to his fall packages.
Prior to joining Fox, Norrie spent two seasons (1994-1995) as the color analyst for UCLA football broadcasts on XTRA Radio. He held the same position with the American Network Group in 1992-1993 and KMPC Radio in 1991. Norrie also hosted College Football '93 and College Football '94 for KMPC Radio.
During his five seasons working UCLA radio, Norrie was a two-time nominee for "Best Color Analyst" by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association.
A four-year letterman QB at UCLA, Norrie was a member of three Rose Bowl championship and one Fiesta Bowl championship teams. Norrie led the Pac-10 in passing in 1985, guiding the Bruins to the conference championship and a Rose Bowl appearance against Iowa. He was named first-team academic All-Pac 10 that same year, as well as being selected as a Rhodes Scholarship candidate. Norrie was also named to the West team as quarterback for the 1986 Japan Bowl All-Star Game.
Norrie was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the 1986 NFL Draft and played with the New York Jets in 1987.