10 Facts About Booger McFarland

1. Booger McFarland played for the Indianapolis Colts, and won two Super Bowl rings in his career: one with the Buccaneers and another with the Colts (Super Bowl XLI).

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2. Booger McFarland was an analyst for Monday Night Football in 2018 and 2019, before joining as a pregame analyst on Monday Night Countdown in 2020.

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3. Booger McFarland recorded a tackle in LSU's victory over Michigan State at the 1995 Independence Bowl.

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4. Booger McFarland graduated in 1999 with a degree in business management.

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5. On October 17, 2006, Booger McFarland was traded to the Indianapolis Colts for a second-round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft.

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6. Booger McFarland finished the regular season with 33 tackles and 2.5 sacks, although the Colts finished last in rush defense.

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7. Booger McFarland co-hosted a radio show with Marc Ryan on Tampa sports radio station WHFS until an ownership change in December 2014 resulted in the station's entire airstaff being released for a music format.

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8. Booger McFarland joined the SEC Network in 2014 as a football analyst.

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9. Booger McFarland sounds like he's started a sentence and has no idea where it's going to end.

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10. Booger McFarland is married to Tammie Booger McFarland, whose cousin is married to former LSU teammate Anthony Skinner.

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