Holly Rowe will have a new role for her 26th season covering college football games on ABC and ESPN.

According to a press release from ESPN, Rowe has been named the sideline reporter for Saturday Night Football.

Shortly after the announcement, ESPN put out a tweet with some comments from Rowe on her new role for this season and you can see them here.

Rowe also had more comments in the press release that was in that tweet and she continued to say how excited and grateful she was.

“Early in my career, I would cover the NCAA Division III National Championship every year and I met a legendary coach named Frosty Westering,” Rowe added. “His quote for life was ‘make the big time where you are’ so you’re not always chasing the big time. I’ve adopted that as my personal mantra and I’ve tried to make the ‘big time’ where I am, putting my heart and soul into every show and every game. It’s really special for that to finally pay off and I’m just grateful, honored, and humbled.”

The full team for ESPN hasn’t been announced yet but will be in a few weeks, according to the network.