Brett Favre is back!
Sort of. The legendary quarterback returned to football this week – as a college football analyst.
Favre made his debut with Comcast Sports Southeast Saturday night to call a game between Rice and his alma mater, Southern Mississippi.
As you’ll notice from the below video, Favre definitely appeared to be nervous at the game’s onset. He also appeared less than impartial, referring to the Golden Eagles as “we” a couple times.
He spent a large portion of the telecast answering questions, including his favourite playing conditions (30, 40 degrees) and his desire for running out the clock (he didn’t like it).
Favre even discussed the immense potential of high school-area quarterback, Anthony Alford, calling him a “talent I haven’t seen in a long time.”
The Hattiesburg American has a full breakdown of Favre’s performance.
Favre did make it a point following the game to say he isn’t making a full-time commitment just yet.
“I’m not committing to a new career in broadcasting, but just wanted to support Southern Miss and check out the view from the press box,” he said in a press release.
Favre wavering on a football career? That sounds eerily familiar.
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