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Caitlin Clark will appear on ESPN’s ‘ManningCast’ for Eagles-Chiefs

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark will appear on ESPN's "ManningCast" on Nov. 20. (Joseph Cress/USA TODAY NETWORK)

Iowa star Caitlin Clark will become the first college athlete ever featured on the “ManningCast” during Monday’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Clark will speak with former NFL quarterbacks Peyton and Eli Manning on their alternate Monday Night Football broadcast. The show will air starting at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

The lifelong Chiefs fan will have a rooting interest in the game — at one point, her family even had a Chiefs vending machine in their home. She attended Kansas City’s Christmas Eve game in 2022.

She’s also sure to have a chance to talk about her basketball career with the Manning brothers, who simultaneously analyze the football action and interview their guests during each “ManningCast.”

The reigning National Player of the Year just broke another record in her latest game for the Hawkeyes. Clark’s 35-point performance in Iowa’s 113-90 win against Drake on Sunday marked her 39th career game with at least 30 points, breaking former Washington star Kelsey Plum’s record for the most in Division I women’s college hoops history.