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Cory Redding joins Longhorn Network as analyst

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The former NFL player has come back home to Austin. Redding will serve as an analyst for ESPN's Longhorn Network. Don't be surprised to see Redding around the Texas program quite a bit, even occasionally helping out Oscar Giles with his defensive line. Welcome home, Corey!

 

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I love this! There is not a better representative for Longhorn Football available.

 

Can't wait to hear him on the broadcasts, as well as interviews. Cory, Dan, David, and Ricky may be the only people who can interview Tom without annoying him.

 

Hook 'em, Cory!

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Jason Glynn hire? Why you holding out for that SHA?

 

 

I was joking. Sorta. It seems LHN is just going through ex-players. Sure, we love 'em. But thats not necessarily a qualifying thing.

 

Acho is good. Brooks is decent. But half the time Ricky and Vince look lost up there although Ricky sometimes comes though with something of substance (not a controlled substance).

 

At least I didn't invoke the name of Jason Barron. Some of you will know why that's a chuckle. lol

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I was joking. Sorta. It seems LHN is just going through ex-players. Sure, we love 'em. But thats not necessarily a qualifying thing.

 

Acho is good. Brooks is decent. But half the time Ricky and Vince look lost up there although Ricky sometimes comes though with something of substance (not a controlled substance).

 

At least I didn't invoke the name of Jason Barron. Some of you will know why that's a chuckle. lol

Ron McKelvey is available. Can't miss a chance to throw a McKelvey joke in...nice set up SHA.

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