Ryan McGee

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Ryan McGee is a senior writer for ESPN The Magazine[1] and formerly a television producer with ESPN, Fox Sports Net, and NASCAR Media Group.[2] He covers a variety of American sports, but is best known for his motorsports work, particularly NASCAR, and college football. Before joining ESPN The Magazine he was a columnist for FoxSports.com. He was also editor-in-chief at NASCAR Media Group[3] and wrote the script for the documentary Dale, that was narrated by Paul Newman.

In 2006 he published his first book, ESPN Ultimate NASCAR: 100 Defining Moments in Stock Car Racing History and his second, The Road To Omaha: Hits, Hopes, and History at the College World Series which was published in May 2009. The paperback version was published in May 2010.[4]

McGee was also an analyst/contributor to ESPN2's night studio show NASCAR Now before the show was canceled in early 2014. He is currently a commentator on ESPNU and the SEC Network, where he frequently guest hosts on The Paul Finebaum Show.

McGee is one of the founding fathers of the 406, a dedicated following to the Redneck Rodeo, aka The Marty & McGee Podcast. In 2015 the podcast was promoted to a regular weekend time slot on ESPN Radio.

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  1. ^ "ESPN Search: Ryan Mcgee". Sports.espn.go.com. Retrieved 2009-03-16. 
  2. ^ "The Road To Omaha Book Homepage". Roadtoomahabook.com. Retrieved 2009-03-16. 
  3. ^ http://www.ryanmcgeesports.com
  4. ^ "The Road To Omaha Book Homepage". Roadtoomahabook.com. Retrieved 2009-03-16. 

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