McElroy was asked to travel to ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., headquarters three weeks ago to appear on a variety of broadcast platforms during the network’s advance coverage of the BCS National Championship Game. And although McElroy said the network has not formally offered him a job, his poised delivery and knowledge of the game may land him a media role if he wants it. "They haven’t said anything specifically to me, but rumors around were that if I wanted to come on, there was a place for me," McElroy said. "They were happy about the way things went, and I felt pretty confident about how I handled myself. It’s a lot more difficult that people give it credit for."What’s next for Greg McElroy? | TideSports.com No surprise to any of us who have paid attention, but throughout his career at Alabama McElroy has always been a well spoken and intelligent interview, giving solid quotes about opposing teams (without also providing locker room material, natch) and just generally displaying the intelligence and insight you might expect from a Rhodes Scholarship finalist. If the NFL doesn't work out, ESPN could do a lot worse. I know I'd listen to Greg call Akron/Bowling Green on a Tuesday night. Wouldn't you?