Forrest Conoly

Forrest Conoly

College Football Analyst

Forrest Conoly, former Florida State University Seminole two-year starting offensive lineman, joined ESPN in 2012 as a college football analyst for ESPN3.

Conoly is also the owner of Previously, Conoly was an adjudicated youth behavioral healthcare consultant, providing guidance and counseling to at-risk youth in the Atlanta area from 2007-14. He also was the co-host of AM1100 “The Game” and a freelancer at the Tallahassee Democrat and from 2010-12. Prior to that, Conoly was a color analyst for Fort Valley State University and was a sports talk radio co-host for “3D After Dark” on 790 The Zone in Atlanta.

Conoly graduated from Florida State University in 1995 with a bachelor of science degree in social science. While on the football team at Florida State, the Seminoles won the 1993 National Championship and also captured the ACC Championship four straight years. Conoly earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Central Michigan University in 2011.

Conoly, a native of Berlin, Conn., was inducted into the Berlin High School Athletic Hall of Fame after being selected First Team Parade All-American in football and State Champion in the shot put.


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