Ricky Craven is a driver with wins in all of NASCAR's top three series, including rookie of the year titles in both the 1992 Nationwide Series and 1995 Sprint Cup series. He currently serves as a NASCAR analyst on ESPN studio programs.
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Golic and Jonathan Coachman welcome ESPN CBB analyst Jay Bilas (7:10 a.m. ET), ESPN golf analyst Andy North (7:30), ESPN NASCAR analyst Ricky Craven (8:00), Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby (8:10) and 1995 NCAA champion Ed O'Bannon (9:00) to the show ...
As the Chase for the Sprint Cup enters its final two weeks, four drivers are still alive under the Rule of 72. But everything points to one of two drivers - Jimmie Johnson or Matt Kenseth -- holding the championship trophy in Miami.