Welcome to my official web site, MarkMay73.com.
I'm looking forward to taking on new duties this college football season.
You can catch me Saturdays on ABC along with John Saunders and Mack Brown. And on Sundays I'll be back on ESPN for "Championship Drove: Who's In?" beginning October 4 at 1 p.m. Adnan Virk will be hosting with rotating analysts including myself, Rece Davis, Heather Dinich, Brad Edwards, Danny Kanell and Robert Smith.
Be sure to join me and all the other ABC and ESPN crews as we give you the best college football coverage in the country.
And if you're looking for a good read, I have written a book of my days with the Redskins. It's titled Mark May's Tales from the Washington Redskins. It includes stories about Joe Thiesman, John Riggins and of course the original Hogs, of which I am proud to be one of the founding members.
This web site is for you, the football enthusiast.
Mark on ESPN
Mark May says Georgia should look to the Longhorn state -- and Network -- for its next coach: "Mack Brown. ... There's a lot of coaching left in him, ...
Georgia fires Mark Richt
ESPN college football analyst Mark May reacts to Mark Richt's firing at Georgia, where Richt had a successful 15-year tenure but never was able to get over the hump.
What's next for Mark Richt, Georgia?
Mark May examines former Georgia coach Mark Richt's next move and how appealing the Bulldogs' coaching job is.
May: Why not Mack Brown for Georgia?
For a Georgia program that is desperate to win now, Mark May suggests that former Texas coach Mack Brown would be a great fit for the now vacant Bulldogs' coaching job.
Mark May says the fired Georgia coach could end up back on the sidelines soon: "There's a lot of jobs that are available right now. There are a lot of...
May to LSU: 'Keep your coach'
Mark May and John Saunders discuss Les Miles' indication that Saturday's game will be his last as LSU's coach.
Mark May and Robert Smith agree Alabama RB Derrick Henry ranks No. 1 in the Heisman Trophy race after Week 12. Said Smith: "He still answers the call ...
Who are the Heisman frontrunners?
Mark May and Robert Smith rank their top-3 choices to win the Heisman Trophy after Week 12.
Ezekiel Elliott, Cardale Jones declare their final season after MSU loss
ESPN's John Saunders, Mack Brown and Mark May share their thoughts on Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott and QB Cardale Jones announcing to the media that this is their final season with the Buckeyes after a 17-14 loss to Michigan State.
Heisman Trophy favorite
After Heisman Trophy favorites Leonard Fournette, Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson struggled on Saturday, Mark May and Robert Smith discuss whether they hurt their chances at the trophy and predict who will win it.
Another Saturday, another controversial call
Mark May and Robert Smith debate the latest round of controversial calls in Nebraska's win over Michigan State and if there's a way to fix it.
May: There's no QB controversy at FSU
Mark May joins CFB Sunday to discuss Sean Maguire's performance vs Syracuse and if there's a QB controversy brewing in Tallahassee.
Sean Maguire looked awfully impressive in Florida State's 45-21 win vs. Syracuse, Saturday. But that doesn't change anything, says Mark May.
Losing Chubb is devastating for Georgia
ESPN college football analyst Mark May explains the implications for Georgia moving forward without star RB Nick Chubb.
ESPN's Mark May credits the Tigers' defensive pressure in helping them overcome an unremarkable performance by QB Deshaun Watson to beat Notre Dame.