Another former Ohio State football player will be appearing on national television this fall.
Big Ten Network has hired former Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry as a studio analyst for the upcoming season.
BTN has not yet announced which shows Perry will appear on, but he is scheduled to begin his new role later this month and provide analysis from the network's Chicago studio throughout the season.
Always love when players we covered in college make moves!! Former Buckeye LB @RIP_JEP starts with Big 10 Network Aug. 22nd. We gave him some tips!! @MariaTaylor @OhioStateFB pic.twitter.com/YgqmUS4BKZ— Holly Rowe (@sportsiren) August 10, 2019
Perry joins a long list of former Ohio State football players who are now analysts for national television networks, including James Laurinaitis and Stanley Jackson, who both work for BTN; Cris Carter, Robert Smith and Chris Spielman, who work for Fox; and Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway and Bobby Carpenter, who work for ESPN.
Since retiring from the NFL last summer, Perry has stayed busy. He is currently a co-host for multiple shows on Columbus sports radio station 97.1 The Fan, including the Eleven Warriors Radio Hour, and previously co-hosted the Eleven Warriors Report on Spectrum Sports. Perry is also a licensed real estate agent and the CEO of the Joshua Perry Family Foundation.