Following ESPN’s massive restructuring, it appears the network has targeted the talent it wants to keep long-term.

Apparently, Seth Greenberg falls in line with that thinking after the network inked him to a multi-year extension.

Greenberg joined ESPN in 2012 with 36 years of coaching experience, including 22 years as a head coach at South Florida, Virginia Tech and Long Beach State.

He will continue his main roles of weeknight studio analysis and College GameDay programming alongside Rece Davis, Jay Bilas and Jay Williams.

ESPN makes a decision on the future of one of the network’s top talents Mike Windle/Getty Images
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