Joey Galloway

Joey Galloway joined ESPN at the start of the 2011 college football season as an analyst, and currently works in studio with fellow analyst Jesse Palmer each Saturday in fall. His studio responsibilities also include the College Football Playoff Top 25 Rankings Show and on-site coverage of the New Year’s Six and College Football Playoff Semifinals and National Championship. He also served as an analyst on a number of XFL games on ESPN and ABC. Prior to moving to studio coverage, Galloway was a college football game analyst, and worked alongside Beth Mowins and Paul Carcaterra.

Galloway was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks eighth overall in the 1995 NFL Draft. In his 16-year NFL career, Galloway also played for the Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers. While playing in the NFL, Galloway worked in radio on shows in Seattle, Dallas and Tampa.

Galloway played football at Ohio State University, where he earned many honors and finished in the top five all time in many of OSU’s receiving records. He ended his college career fourth in both receptions with 108 and receiving yards with 1,894, and second in touchdown receptions with 19. He was an All-Big Ten First Team honoree his junior season, and a second-team selection his senior year.

A native of Bellaire, Ohio, Galloway graduated from Ohio State in 1995 with a degree in business marketing.