American sports analyst Pat McAfee stripped off during Saturday’s ESPN College GameDay broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah. The exciting pre-game broadcast was live for the highly-anticipated Pac-12 game between Oregon and Utah.

The Utah audience applauded McAfee with cries of “take it off” as the show began. He immediately complied, taking off his coat and sweater live on air.

As he made the headlines with his move, several people were interested in his personal life.

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Net worth-

As per media reports, Pat McAfee’s estimated net worth is $30 million. His career as a professional football player, his work as a sports pundit and podcast presenter, his commentary on the WWE, his involvement in numerous business activities, and his endorsements have all contributed to his wealth accumulation.


Pat McAfee was born on May 2, 1987. Currently, he is 36 years old.

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Pat McAfee has signed enormous multi-year contracts with major players like FanDuel, where he landed a whopping $120 million contract (that works out to $30 million annually). He has made significant investments in startups and other entrepreneurial endeavors.


Pat McAfee is a multifaceted personality in American sports as a professional wrestler, color commentator, and former football punter and kickoff specialist. His most well-known position is as a commentator for the ESPN college football television program College GameDay. “The Pat McAfee Show” is a live show that McAfee hosts on YouTube and is licensed for all ESPN platforms.

McAfee played collegiate football at West Virginia University, where he was recognized as a two-time All-American placekicker and punter. The Indianapolis Colts selected him in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

After Pat McAfee announced his retirement from professional football in 2017, he became a well-known figure in the sports media. He started working as a broadcaster for ESPN and Fox Sports.

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Pat McAfee is married to Samantha McAfee.