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SEC Network adding these new faces to this year’s broadcasts Grant Halverson/Getty Images
COLUMBIA, SC - AUGUST 28: General view of the SEC Network pregame braodcast during the game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Texas A&M Aggies at Williams-Brice Stadium on August 28, 2014 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

ESPN has been losing some serious over the course of the past year and has gotten a couple wins here and there. It looks like the SEC Network is helping out that cause with a couple of fresh faces getting added to the crew.

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Former Auburn offensive lineman Cole Cubelic and ESPN reporter Olivia Harlan will serve as sideline reporters on SEC Network college football broadcasts this fall, ESPN announced Friday. He will join the broadcast team of Andre Ware and Tom Hart as their field analyst. Cubelic played at Auburn from 1997 to 2000 and hosts his own show Monday-Friday for four hours in the morning on 103.9 FM-UMP in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Harlan attended Georgia and will report for former Georgia offensive tackle Matt Stinchcomb and Dave Neal’s game each week. She currently works as a host for “ACC All-Access” and a sideline reporter for Fox Sports South working Atlanta Hawks games.

Former Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rogers is also going to join the team, which was announced earlier this month. The former “Bachelorette” winner will be a studio analyst with the SEC Network.

[h/t Gridiron Now]

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