Clint Stoerner

Clint Stoerner

College Football Analyst, SEC Network

Clint Stoerner is a college football analyst on SEC Network.  The former Arkansas quarterback joined ESPN in August 2015 as a studio analyst.

Originally from Baytown, Texas, Stoerner took his football talents to the University of Arkansas in 1996 where he would begin his record setting career as the leading quarterback for his team.  Stoerner went on to set single game records for pass attempts, pass attempts in a season, career pass attempts, career pass completions, passing yards in a game, passing yards in a season, touchdown passes in a season, career touchdown passes, and consecutive passes without any interceptions. In 2000, Stoerner lead the Razorbacks to defeat the Texas Longhorns in the Cotton Bowl.

Stoerner signed with the Dallas Cowboys as a free agent where he began his NFL career. He played four seasons with the Cowboys and one with the Miami Dolphins to top off his professional career.

Stoerner joined KTHV, a CBS affiliate, in September 2014 to provide commentary and insight during NFL Thursday night football.  He also appeared on “The Hog Zone” weekly, which is a postgame special on his alma mater, the University of Arkansas.

Stoerner was graduated from Arkansas in 2000 with a degree in Business Adminstration. He currently lives in Little Rock, Ark.

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