College Football Analyst
David Diaz-Infante joined ESPN in 2004 and serves primarily as a college football analyst for ESPN2 and ESPNU telecasts. He is also an analyst for select high school football games and for ESPN Radio’s college football bowl coverage during ESPN’s Capital One Bowl Week.
Diaz-Infante was the color analyst for the Denver Broncos on Clear Channel’s 850 KOA Newsradio from 2005-08. He also hosted the pre and postgame shows on 850 KOA.
Prior to joining ESPN, Diaz-Infante hosted Clear Channel’s The Zone afternoon sports talk show in Denver on radio station 760 AM, and was a game analyst for the network’s AFL coverage from 2002-04. He was also an NFL studio analyst for FSN Rocky Mountain from 2003-04.
Before becoming a television and radio commentator, Diaz-Infante played 12 years of professional football as an offensive lineman in the NFL, CFL and XFL, including stops with the San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos and the Philadelphia Eagles. While he played with the Broncos, he earned two Super Bowl rings in 1998 and 1999. He retired from the NFL in 2002 as a player, but stays involved in the NFL. Currently, he is an assistant offensive line coach with the Arizona Cardinals. In the spring of 2013, he was the organization’s recipient of the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship.
Diaz-Infante played his college football at San Jose State University. He was a four-year starter and team captain for the Spartans. He was voted a first-team member on the All-Pacific Coast Athletic Association (now the Big West) and All-West Coast Team, in addition to an All-America Honorable Mention his senior season. He is also a member of the San Jose State Sports Hall of Fame.
A San Jose, Calif., native, Diaz-Infante earned a bachelor of arts degree in social science from San Jose State. He graduated from Bellermine College Prep in 1982.
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