AUBURN — Before the 87th Iron Bowl, football radio analyst and former Auburn quarterback Stan White announced that after 22 years in the booth, he was retiring from his position with the Auburn Sports Network. Only a few months later, it was announced that Jason Campbell, another former quarterback, and legend in his own right, would replace White as the radio analyst ahead of the 2023 season. 

“I would like to thank God for this amazing opportunity to continue doing something I enjoy and love,” Campbell said in a release from the university. “I appreciate the Auburn Sports Network team and Stan for their immediate confidence in me as I move into the analyst role. I know I have incredibly big shoes to fill. It has been a privilege watching and learning from Stan during our time in the booth together.”

Campbell becomes the third football radio analyst over the last 43 years for Auburn, joining White (2001-22) and former Auburn signal caller Charlie Trotman (1980-2000). 

In his career under center with the Tigers, Campbell led the team to SEC Championship and an undefeated season in 2004 and finished his career with 41 starts, second only in program history to White’s 45 at the helm.

“I’m very pleased and excited that Jason will be carrying the torch into the future as the analyst for the Auburn Sports Network,” White said. “I had the honor of being that analyst for the past 22 years. I also had the pleasure of calling games that Jason was at the helm quarterbacking and leading his team to an undefeated season in 2004.”

Campbell, who started with the Auburn Sports Network in 2016, will join Andy Burcham in the booth next season. 

“Auburn Family, I look forward to sharing great memories with you alongside the Voice of the Tigers, Andy Burcham, this fall,” Campbell said.

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