ESPN has secured a new multi-year agreement with college basketball analyst Seth Greenberg according to ESPN Media Zone. Greenberg is expected to continue offering weeknight studio analysis in Bristol, CT, and contributing on the road to College GameDay with host Rece Davis and fellow analysts Jay Bilas and Jay Williams.
Greenberg’s duties will include making appearances on multiple ESPN platforms, including SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. He’ll also provide analysis for a select number of college basketball games, and continue hosting his weekly podcast “Courtside” on ESPN.com that features top-billed guests from the college basketball world.
“ESPN has provided me a platform to share my 36 years of college basketball experience with the viewers and I don’t take that for granted,” said Greenberg. “I am fortunate to be part of the college basketball team and work with so many talented and passionate people. I am excited about the future and appreciate ESPN’s confidence in my ability to bring the viewer inside the game.”
“We are lucky to have a lifetime coach in Seth Greenberg as part of our college basketball coverage,” said Lee Fitting, ESPN senior coordinating producer. “Seth’s overall knowledge of the game and his relationships in the basketball community add an extra level of expertise that translates well to our multiplatform coverage.”
Greenberg has been part of ESPN’s stable of analysts since 2012. Prior to that he spent 36 years as a college basketball coach.