Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie and former Miami coach Larry Coker will serve as analysts for college football games on ESPN's networks this season.
Flutie will join Craig James and Chris Fowler in the booth for ESPN's Thursday night matchups.
Flutie called several games last season - including Boston College-Miami on the anniversary of his 1984 Hail Mary pass to beat the Hurricanes - and worked as an ABC studio analyst.
Coker, who was fired last season, will make his television debut on ESPNU games.

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