THIS IS EPISODE 358 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Dan Orlovsky is currently a football analyst with ESPN working on studio shows like “Get Up” and “SportsCenter,” while also calling college football games for ESPN and ABC with Bob Wischusen and Allison Williams.
Prior to his broadcasting career, Orlovsky was a 12-year NFL veteran. He was selected in the fifth round of the 2005 draft by the Detroit Lions. His football journey saw him play with Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Tampa Bay and a preseason stint with the Rams before announcing his retirement with Sports Spectrum in 2017.
Orlovsky was a stud college QB at the University of Connecticut, where he set many passing records, including most pass completions (916), pass attempts (1,567), yards passing (10,706), touchdown passes (84), interceptions (51), total plays (1,710) and total yards (10,421).
On this episode of the podcast, we welcome back Orlovsky to talk about his thriving broadcasting career, working with Mike Greenberg on “Get Up,” choosing to be different on social media, staying disciplined in his faith journey, his favorite play call during his career, and the time he practiced in one city and played a preseason game in another city the same day.
Letting Jesus be Lord
Marrying my wife
Work ethic being my defining trait
— Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) October 10, 2018