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ESPN’s Joey Galloway: “ESPN will shut down if an SEC team doesn’t get in the playoff”

ESPN’s perceived SEC bias was a pretty big storyline throughout the college football season last year, with Chris Fowler even alluding to it on College GameDay. And now one of ESPN’s analysts seems to have made a joke at the network’s expense. SEC Media Days happened this week in Alabama. During Thursday’s “College Football Live” broadcast, College Football Final Analyst...
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July 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Joey Galloway takes jab at ESPN’s SEC bias

If you randomly selected a group of people and asked how they felt about their currently employer, I would bet majority would have something bad or negative to say . But those same people probably wouldn’t go on live television to voice their displeasure. Well, that’s what Joey Galloway did. Galloway is currently employed by ESPN, and apparently isn’t shy when it comes to...
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July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Joey Galloway Jokes ESPN Would “Shut Down” If SEC Misses Out On College Football Playoff

If you’re wondering whether ESPN”s SEC bias is real, well, it appears that even some of its employees think so. This week, college football analyst Joey Galloway, who is taking on a much bigger role for the network in 2015, joked that if the conference isn’t able to land at least one participant in this year’s College Football Playoff, ESPN will “shut down.” He’s obviously...
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July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Joey Galloway jokes ESPN would ‘shut down’ if SEC team not in football playoff

The notion that ESPN has an SEC bias is certainly nothing new and it certainly wasn’t helped by the world wide leader’s ownership in the SEC Network, which launched last August. During an episode of ESPN’s “College Gameday” last year, Chris Fowler went on a bit of a rant, blasting those who claim the playoff...Read More
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July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Galloway, Anderson headed to Ohio State Hall of Fame

One name is likely to grab most of the headlines, but the next Ohio State Athletics Hall of Fame class will consist of more than Jim Tressel. Also representing the football team will be two players from different eras. Joey Galloway was a speedy wide receiver for the Buckeyes in the early 1990s. The Bellaire, Ohio, native caught 108 passes for 1,894 yards and 19 touchdowns from 1991...
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June 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Mark May Looks Miserable Posing In An Ohio State Sugar Bowl Champions Hat With Joey Galloway

Ohio State fans do not like Mark May, but they’ll surely like the following picture of the ESPN analyst.  Following the Buckeyes’ Sugar Bowl win against Alabama Thursday night, May took a picture with fellow ESPN college football expert Joey Galloway, a former Ohio State wide receiver.  Ohio State fans will love this. Check out Mark May’s face  #GoBucks #SugarBowlChamps...
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January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Joey Galloway Puts Georgia Tech As His No. 1 College Football Playoff Seed, Tweets That He Was Joking

Three-quarters of ESPN college football analyst Joey Galloway’s playoff bracket look solid. Michigan State at four? They may need some help from other conferences, but the Spartans look like they may run through the Big Ten. Auburn and Mississippi State at two and three? They do look like the two best SEC schools at the moment, so that checks out. So who is at No. 1 for Galloway...
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October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Joey Galloway Calls Alabama “The Most Overrated Team In College Football”

One college football Saturday is in the books, which means we’ve seen every team that is considered “elite” play one football game. For most people, one game isn’t enough to totally form an opinion on a team and whether it’s overrated or underrated. However, ESPN’s Joey Galloway has seen enough of the Alabama Crimson Tide to bestow upon them the title of the most overrated...
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September 01, 2014  |  1 Comment

Bucstop’s Video of the day: Joey Galloway

Basically the Bucs got Joey Galloway for Keyshawn Johnson. It looked like a bad deal in 2004 as Galloway suffered a hurt Hamstring opening day going for a TD pass at Washington (that had not been dropped would have tied the score) Bucs fans didn’t see Galloway until  End of the year when he caught a 3 yard TD pass from Brian Griese and just to show how far he was down the depth...
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April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

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