MOLLY MCGRATH has signed a new contract to stay at ESPN this summer and lead their coverage of college football.
The 33-year-old is from California and has worked with ESPN since 2016.
She covers college sports for the network and this summer landed a new multi-year deal.
Molly will be part of the Saturday Night Primetime college shows on ESPN.
She will be the secondary reporter alongside commentating duo Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge.
The news of his contract extension sparked an outpouring of love from his media colleagues.
Fellow presenter Kris Budden wrote: “Congratulations Molly McGrath! One of the best and my personal favorites. I love you my friend. »
Molly joined the network from Fox Sports in 2016.
Molly has also worked on college sports as well as the NFL during her time with Fox.
She graduated from Boston College in 2011 and started working for the Boston Celtics before joining Fox.
The 33-year-old lives in Seattle with her husband and son.
And she’ll grace screens in millions of homes across America for years to come on ESPN.