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Here’s how Mehdi describes the experience: In the video, you will see how Holo Lens and the NFL looked into the future together to dream up new ways fans could experience football with mixed reality.
Imagine The Big Game, extended beyond your existing screen, with displays, player stats and instant replays on your coffee table.
Carter, who joined ESPN in 2008, famously told NFL rookies at the 2014 rookie symposium they should get a “fall guy” for if and when they get in trouble.
Lewis, part of an infamous homicide investigation during his playing days, came aboard in 2013.
It’s unclear if this Holo Lens functionality will ever become an actual product — this is just a concept video to show what’s possible.
There are a number of software challenges that Microsoft would need to solve to make this a reality, given the additional on-field cameras and technology needed to make this a seamless real-time experience.
Tirico left ESPN for a job at NBC after 10 years doing “Monday Night Football.” “When it became apparent Mike would leave, Sean was at the top of our list,” said John Wildhack, ESPN executive vice president of programming and production.
“Sean is uniquely prepared, given his family’s history with the NFL.” Wildhack said the job wasn’t offered to anyone besides Mc Donough, who was thrilled with the opportunity.
On the same day ESPN announced Sean Mc Donough would replace Mike Tirico as the play-by-play man on the iconic “Monday Night Football” franchise, word spread of additional shakeups with the network’s NFL coverage.
Cris Carter and Ray Lewis are on their way out, according to The Big Lead, and Randy Moss will join the studio mix after a stint at Fox Sports.
An ESPNer since 2000, Mc Donough becomes the fifth person to do play-by-play in the 46-year history of “Monday Night Football,” joining broadcasting stalwarts Keith Jackson, Frank Gifford, Al Michaels and Tirico.