Former UGA lineman Matt Stinchcomb joins SEC Network crew

HOOVER, Ala. | Matt Stinchcomb, who was serving as an analyst for ESPNU, has signed a multi-year contract to work in the booth for the SEC Network.

The former Georgia offensive lineman joins another former Georgia athlete, volleyball and basketball player Maria Taylor, who previously was announced as a sideline reporter for the network, which launches next month.

Also announced Monday as joining the network as a studio contributor is longtime SEC writer and broadcaster Tony Barnhart. The UGA graduate has worked at CBS, ESPN, CSS and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Andre Ware, Tom Hart, Kaylee Hartung and Dave Neal are other additions. Stinchcomb will be paired with Hart.

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