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ESPN's CFB150 blue-ribbon panel of 150 voters

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As part of ESPN's year-long CFB150 project celebrating the 150th anniversary of college football, a blue-ribbon panel was convened to vote on the sport's greatest players, coaches and games.

The group of 150 voters is made up of influential figures and minds from across college football, including current and former writers, broadcasters, administrators, sports information directors and ESPN personalities.

Retired writers, sports information directors, broadcasters (17)

Andrew Bagnato, Chicago Tribune, AP
Mark Blaudschun, Boston Globe
Paola Boivin, Arizona Republic
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times
Bill Dwyre, Los Angeles Times
Tim Layden, Sports Illustrated
Jim Muldoon, Pac-10 Conference
Roscoe Nance, USA Today
Billy Reed, Sports Illustrated
Langston Rogers, Ole Miss Sports Info
Condoleezza Rice, Stanford
Bob Rondeau, Washington Huskies radio
Dave Sittler, Tulsa World
Art Spander, San Francisco Examiner
Kelly Whiteside, USA Today
Steve Wieberg, USA Today
Bud Withers, Seattle Times

 

Active writers (49)

Nancy Armour, USA Today
Joel Anderson, Slate
Nicole Auerbach, The Athletic
Mike Babcock, Hail Varsity (Nebraska)
Tony Barnhart, SEC Network
Wendell Barnhouse, freelancer (former Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Matt Burglund, Indiana Gazette
Jenni Carlson, The Oklahoman
Angelique Chengelis, Detroit News
Pat Coleman, D3Football.com
Susan Degnan, Miami Herald
Dennis Dodd, CBSSports.com
Wes Durham, ACC Network
Jack Ebling, Lansing radio host, former Michigan State beat writer
Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Ken Goe, The Oregonian
Cedric Golden, Austin American-Statesman
Vahe Gregorian, Kansas City Star
Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune
Mike Griffith, SEC Country
Glenn Guilbeau, Gannett Louisiana
Wally Hall, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Suzanne Halliburton, Austin American-Statesman
Matt Hayes, Bleacher Report
Ron Higgins, TigerDetails.com (LSU)
Cecil Hurt, Tuscaloosa News
Jimmy Hyams, WNML Radio, Knoxville
Sally Jenkins, The Washington Post
Dave Jones, PA Media Group (Harrisburg)
Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star
Stefanie Loh, Seattle Times
Stewart Mandel, The Athletic
Don Markus, Baltimore Sun
Phillip Marshall, Auburn Undercover
Tim May, Columbus Dispatch
Brett McMurphy, Stadium
Ted Miller, former ESPN, Seattle Times
Gina Mizell, Denver Post
Malcolm Moran, IUPUI professor (former NY Times, Chicago Trib, USA Today)
Paul Myerberg, USA Today
Iliana Romero Limon, Orlando Sentinel
Ralph Russo, AP
Joe Schiefelbein, Baton Rouge Advocate
George Schroeder, USA Today
Lou Somogyi, Blue & Gold
David Teel, Newport News Daily Press
David Ubben, The Athletic
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News
Paul Zeise, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

Sports information directors, university websites, administrators (20)

Paul Kirk, Utah
John Bianco, Texas
Kevin Blackistone, Maryland
Tim Bourret, Clemson
B.G. Brooks, Colorado
Jim Daves, Virginia
Sue Edson, Syracuse
Claude Felton, Georgia
Bill Hancock, CFP
Steve Kornacki, Michigan
Annabelle Myers, NC State
Shelly Poe, Auburn
Chuck Pool, Rice
Bill Roth, Virginia Tech
Jenn Strawley, Miami
Tim Tessalone, USC
Dennis Thomas, MEAC
Mike Tranghese, former Big East
Donna Turner, Northern Illinois
Joe Washington, Oklahoma
 

ESPN (31)

Andrea Adelson
Edward Aschoff
Kim Belton
Rece Davis
Heather Dinich
Chris Fallica
Paul Finebaum
Chris Fowler
Joey Galloway
Rod Gilmore
Hallie Grossman
Alecia Hamm
Kirk Herbstreit
Desmond Howard
Mark Jones
Chris Low
Ivan Maisel
Jim Mora Jr.
Beth Mowins
Ryan McGee
Sean McDonough
Adam Rittenberg
Bill Rhoden
Holly Rowe
Mark Schlabach
Marcus Spears
Jake Trotter
Jay Walker
Andre Ware
Dave Wilson
Gene Wojciechowski

 

Other networks (11)

Nick Aliotti, Pac-12 Network
Rachel Baribeau, SEC Radio
Tommy Bowden, ACC Network
Tim Brando, Fox
Charles Davis, Fox
Bruce Feldman, Fox/The Athletic
Todd Husak, Stanford radio
Gus Johnson, Fox
Paul Keels, Ohio State radio
Rick Neuheisel, CBS
Dave Revsine, Big Ten Network

 

Former coaches, players (22)

Gary Barnett
Frank Beamer
Tom Bradley
Rich Brooks
Gary Campbell
Norm Chow
Bill Cubit (now coaching at Delaware)
Ron Dickerson Sr.
Dennis Erickson
Dennis Franchione
Ralph Friedgen
Randy Hart
Fred Jackson
Woody McCorvey
Les Miles (now coaching at Kansas)
George O'Leary
Tom O'Brien
Gary Pinkel
Jim Plunkett
Bob Stoops
Phil Savage
Ty Willingham

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