Jac Collinsworth will make his Super Bowl broadcast debut when he serves as a co-host for NBC’s Super Bowl LVI Pregame Show on February 13, 2022.
Collinsworth joined NBC Sports as a host and reporter in March 2020. In the wide-ranging role, he serves as co-host of Football Night in America, a play-by-play voice of USFL and Atlantic 10 college basketball games, appears on Peacock Sunday Night Football Final, host of Notre Dame Peacock Postgame and the ND on NBC Podcast, studio host and reporter on select NASCAR on NBC races, and host of Safety Blitz with Rodney Harrison on Peacock.
During the Tokyo Olympics, Collinsworth was an on-site contributor to Peacock’s Tokyo Tonight. The native of Kentucky also worked his first Kentucky Derby as a reporter in 2021.
In his first assignment with NBC Sports, Collinsworth hosted the digital series, Distanced Training: Ready to Get Back in the Game, which showcased the home workouts and mental training of some of the world’s top professional, collegiate, and Olympic athletes.
Collinsworth, the son of NBC Sunday Night Football analyst Cris Collinsworth, previously worked for NBC Sports on Notre Dame Football in on- and off-camera capacities. He also served as NBC Olympics’ first-ever social media correspondent at the 2016 Rio Olympics, interviewing athletes as a part of the Olympic Late Night with Ryan Seacrest team.
With ESPN during the 2017-19 NFL seasons, Collinsworth interviewed star players and coaches – often in unconventional settings – showing their personalities and telling their stories. He also anchored NFL Live and hosted Sunday NFL Countdown segments. In July 2019, he was named host of The Huddle, the signature football program on ESPN’s ACC Network.
While a student at Notre Dame, Collinsworth worked on the sideline production team for Fighting Irish football games on NBC from 2013-17. In addition, he was a sideline reporter for NBC Sports’ telecasts of the Notre Dame Blue-Gold spring football game in 2016 and 2017.
Born in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, Collinsworth is a 2017 graduate of Notre Dame University with a degree in Film, Television and Theatre.