Your College Basketball Announcing Schedule (A Work In Progess)

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

A ton of people have been emailing me asking where Erin Andrews is going to be each week, and it's about time that I made the transition away from Football. March Madness is only two months away and there are a heck of a lot of good games coming up. CBS' crews usually get announced later in the week, so I'm going to try to get this up with ESPN's schedule on Mondays and update it throughout the week.

Let's get into it. Here's your CBB Announcing Schedule for the rest of the week brought to you by Duke's Holly Kokinda (you can boo me now). Holly is a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and lists her life theme song as Unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield. Ready? Okay! (All Erin Andrews appearances in all caps for easy scanning....Hint: There's only one the rest of the week)

Wednesday, January 16

Duke vs. Florida State (ESPN, 7pm)- Mike Patrick, Jay Bilas, Stacey Dales
Virginia Tech vs Virginia (ESPNU, 7pm)- Quint Kessenich, Bucky Waters
North Carolina vs Georgia Tech (ESPN, 9pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes, Jeannine Edwards
DePaul vs Villanova (ESPNU, 9pm)- Dave Sims, Mike Kelley
Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech (ESPN2, 9:30pm)- Ron Franklin, Bill Raftery, Holly Rowe

Thursday, January 17

Vanderbilt at Tennessee (ESPN, 7pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes, Andy Katz
Marquette at Louisville (ESPN2, 7pm)- Dan Shulman, Len Elmore
George Mason at Hofstra (ESPNU, 7pm)- Carl Reuter, Jack Armstrong
Indiana at Minnesota (ESPN, 9pm)- Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke
Ohio at Akron (ESPNU, 9pm)- Michael Reghi, Jim Chones

Friday, January 18

Niagara at Canisus (ESPNU, 7pm)- Dean Darling and Mika Ryan
Bucknell at Holy Cross (ESPNU, 9pm)- Bob Socci, John Feinstein

Saturday, January 19

Villanova at Syracuse (ESPN, Noon)- Dave Pasch, Len Elmore
Illinois at Purdue (ESPN, 2pm)- Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke
Rutgers at DePaul (ESPNU, 2pm)- Lou Canellis, David Kaplan
Maryland at North Carolina (ABC, 3:30pm)- Brent Musburger, Steve Lavin
UCLA at USC (CBS, 3:30pm)- Verne Lundquist, Billy Packer
Ohio State at Tennessee (CBS, 3:30)- Ian Eagle, Clark Kellogg
Texas A&M at Kansas State (ESPN, 4pm)- Terry Gannon, Stephen Bardo
Eastern Illinois at Tennessee State (ESPNU, 5:30pm)- Dave Weekly, Nate Ross
Clemson at Duke (ESPN, 6pm)- Mike Patrick, Fran Fraschilla
Kent State at Ohio (ESPN Classic, 6pm)- Michael Reghi, Jim Chones
Kansas at Missouri (ESPNU, 8pm)- Jon Sundvold, Clay Matvick
Kentucky at Florida (ESPN, 9pm)- Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas, ERIN ANDREWS

There she is! There better be some Dazzler videos on Saturday night!!!

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 5:15 PM


Billy Packer wants to know where the hell his name is at. And so does Tyler Hansbrough for that matter.

Dan W said...
Jan 16, 2008, 5:47:00 PM  

wow...ron franklin, bill raftery calling a game, that is going to be great plus add in bobby knight for more entertainment

Anonymous said...
Jan 16, 2008, 5:50:00 PM  

All I can say after last week is I want more Gus & Clark Adventures.

Brett said...
Jan 16, 2008, 6:20:00 PM  

Amen to that Brett. That was a great game.

Jan 16, 2008, 6:22:00 PM  

Wait a minute. Erin Andrews *and* Ashley Judd could be at the same game? Set your DVRs!

Anonymous said...
Jan 16, 2008, 6:24:00 PM  

Lundquist/Packer at UCLA-USC.
Eagle/Kellogg at OSU-Tenn.

Anonymous said...
Jan 16, 2008, 6:49:00 PM  

Thanks Anon.

Jan 16, 2008, 6:52:00 PM  

I thought John Feinstein hated everything that is ESPN (only Keith Olbermann had napalmed more bridges than Feinstein did). What the hell is he doing on their payroll again?

Anonymous said...
Jan 16, 2008, 9:40:00 PM  

I HATE WITH A PASSION Dave Pasch and Len Elmore. They are the two biggest idiots in the world. AA if you can dig up footage of them gloating over Sean Singletary in the UVA Syracuse game you'll get a good laugh.

Jameson said...
Jan 16, 2008, 9:46:00 PM  

"March Madness is only two weeks away and there are a heck of a lot of good games coming up."

Wow, it starts earlier every year, doesn't it?

Daniel said...
Jan 16, 2008, 10:58:00 PM  

you know who I think is pretty good but is always left on the U is Clay Matvick. He did a pretty darn good job on College Football with Larry Coker, and he's been working some College Hockey (yawnnn) but I'd like to see him get more opportunities to call some games on the leader or at least the deuce

Anonymous said...
Jan 16, 2008, 11:06:00 PM  

Just a few observations:

1) David Kaplan? I thought that dude was only qualified to make lopsided trade proposals on the Cubs flagship radio station.
2) MY thumbs up to an underrated/obscure voice is Jon Sundvold. He was pretty decent with Ron Franklin on the Big XII Big Monday games back in the day.
3) Why IS John Feinstein on ESPNU?
4) At least Jim Spanarkel isn't on the call with Eye-an Eagle like he is during the NCAA Tournament on CBS.

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Jan 16, 2008, 11:48:00 PM  

btw its ucla @ usc

Anonymous said...
Jan 17, 2008, 2:36:00 AM  

no its not its USC @ ucla

Anonymous said...
Jan 17, 2008, 2:37:00 AM  

No Big Ten network announcers? If I have to suffer watching Iowa Hawkeye basketball and listening to some ex jock mumble on BTN, so should everyone else.

Mac G said...
Jan 17, 2008, 9:56:00 AM  

Where's Scott Graham, he's very underrated as an announcer. He should at least be working every weekend.

Anonymous said...
Jan 17, 2008, 11:20:00 AM  

Dykes was horrible last night. He did some kind of chemistry experiment during one of the timeouts to illustrate "team chemistry" and also said that reserve PG Bobby Frasor's injury meant UNC center Tyler Hansbrough had to play more minutes.

Tar Heel Fan said...
Jan 17, 2008, 11:20:00 AM  

The reason that John Feinstein was picked is that he is an expert on Patriot League basketball due to his book in the late 1990s.

Besides, few people watch ESPNU, so maybe it's a kind of a punishment for him for not appeasing the all-powerful network gods.

Desmond said...
Jan 18, 2008, 4:39:00 PM  

Holly is soo hot!

Anonymous said...
Jun 27, 2008, 11:30:00 AM  

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