Sean Farnham joined ESPN in 2010 as a college basketball analyst. He works as a game and studio analyst and regularly contributes to SportsCenter and other ESPN shows. Before joining ESPN, Sean worked for CBS Sports Network, then known as CSTV, and covered the NBA, MLB, college football, and college basketball for Fox Sports West. During his ten-year run at Fox Sports Net, he won two Los Angeles-based Emmy Awards. In 2011, Sean established a nonprofit, Hoops from Home, which provided basketball camps and academic scholarships to service members’ children. In 2021, he partnered with Spokane’s Davenport Hotel during the 2021 NCAA finals to promote a popular menu item called “Farnham Flatbread,” with all proceeds going to Coaches vs. Cancer, raising more than $50k during the past three years. Sean graduated from UCLA in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in history. He begins his service on the American Cancer Society Board of Directors in 2024.