THIS IS THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
WITH JASON ROMANO, FEATURING MATT STINCHCOMB
Matt Stinchcomb is a college football analyst for the SEC Network and ESPN. Prior to broadcasting, Stinchcomb played in the NFL, getting selected 18th overall in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Raiders. He played four seasons in Oakland and two with Tampa Bay before injuries ended his playing career at the age of 29.
In college, Stinchcomb was a standout offensive lineman at the University of Georgia, where he was named first-team All-American in back-to-back seasons (1997 and 1998). In 2018, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Today on the podcast, we talk to Stinchcomb about his surprising broadcasting career, watching Georgia win the national championship, his shortened NFL career that ended with injuries, and finding his identity and trust in Jesus Christ to guide his life.
Growing up in Georgia as a football player there is no greater honor than to get play for @GeorgiaFootball. Grateful to Coach Goff for giving me that chance & to Coach Dooley for laying the foundation for everything that program is. Georgian by birth-Bulldog by the grace of God pic.twitter.com/EjSzC3yGQ7
— matt stinchcomb (@mstinch79) May 23, 2021