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Jeff Eberle

Jeff Eberle joined the ABC 5 team in April of 2012. He works as a sports reporter in Bozeman.

Jeff graduated from Syracuse University in May of 2011 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While at SU, he reported, anchored, and hosted many Syracuse football and basketball games.

Even though Jeff went to school in upstate New York, he is born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He is a true Southerner at heart.

Studying abroad in London his junior year, Jeff fell in love with soccer. His favorite English Premier League team is Newcastle United. Go Magpies!

SEC football is his true passion, but he can't wait to experience the Cats-Griz rivalry and the Big Sky Conference.

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