Brock Huard joined ESPN in August 2008. He works as a college football analyst for ESPN and ABC’s Saturday games with Joe Tessitore and Shannon Spake. He also works as a studio analyst for the networks.
Since 2009, he has been the co-host on a sports talk show on ESPN 710 AM in Seattle. Huard was also a radio and television analyst for FSN and the Seahawks.
Huard was a member of the Seattle Seahawks from 1999-2001 and of the Indianapolis Colts in 2002-03. In 2004, he signed back with the Seahawks, but spent the entire 2004 season on Injured Reserve, the last year he played professional football.
Huard was the starting quarterback for three years at the University of Washington and held over 20 school records. He graduated in 1999 with a psychology degree. He has served on the charitable boards of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Pro Athletes Outreach.