Your College Basketball Announcing Schedule (Week of February 18th)

Monday, February 18, 2008


In honor of ESPN's Bracket Busters Weekend your CBB Announcing Schedule for the rest of the week brought to you by SI's Cheerleader of the week Miami University's Katie Paul (Middle). Katie really wants to be an Archaeologist and is into Family Guy....Ready? Okay!

(As always your help is appreciated filling in the few holes I've got leftover)

Monday, February 18th

Georgetown at Providence (ESPN2, 4pm)- Sean McDonough, Doris Burke
Syracuse at Louisville (ESPN, 7pm)- Dan Shulman, Bill Raftery
Delaware State at NC A&T (ESPNU, 7pm)- Charlie Neal, Jerry Bembrey
Texas A&M at Texas (ESPN, 9pm)- Ron Franklin, Fran Fraschilla, Holly Rowe
Grambling at Prairie View (ESPNU, 9pm)- Doug Greengard, Stan Lewter
Gonzaga at San Diego (ESPN2, 11pm)- Terry Gannon, Stephen Bardo

Tuesday, February 19th

Purdue at Indiana (ESPN, 7pm)- Brent Musburger, Steve Lavin, ERIN ANDREWS
Depaul at Connecticut (ESPNU, 7pm)- Bob Picozzi, Ron Perry
UNC Greensboro at Davidson (ESPN2, 7pm)- Bob Wischusen, Doug Gottlieb
Georgia at Kentucky (ESPN, 9pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes, Jeannine Edwards
Missouri State at Creighton(ESPNU, 9pm)- Dan McLaughlin, Mac McCausland

Wednesday, February 20th

North Carolina at NC State (ESPN, 7pm)- Mike Patrick, Jay Bilas, Stacey Dales
Marquette at St. Johns (ESPN2, 7pm)- John Saunders, Bob Valvano
South Florida at Cincinnati (ESPNU, 7pm)- Jim Barbar, Bob Wenzel
Kansas State at Nebraska (ESPN2, 9pm)- Dave Barnett, Carolyn Peck
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan (ESPNU, 9pm)- Michael Reghi, Sedrick Toney

Thursday, February 21st

Pitt at Notre Dame (ESPN, 7pm)- Dave Pasch, Len Elmore
UMass at Rhode Island (ESPN2, 7pm)- Jon Sciambi, Hubert Davis
Michigan at Minnesota (ESPN2, 9pm)- Bob Wischusen, Doug Gottlieb

Friday, February 22nd

Davidson at Winthrop (ESPN2, 7pm)- Sean McDonough, Adrian Branch
UC Santa Barbara at Utah State (ESPNU, 9pm)- Michael Reghi, Jim Chones

Saturday, February 23rd

VCU at Akron (ESPN2, 11am)- Bob Wischusen, Bob Wenzel
Connecticut at Villanova (ESPN, Noon)- Dave Pasch, Len Elmore
George Mason at Ohio (ESPN2, 1pm)- Jon Sciambi, Mark Adams
Iowa at Michigan State (ESPN, 2pm)- Dave O'Brien, Doris Burke
Jackson State at Grambling (ESPN Classic, 2pm)- Charlie Neal, Nate Ross
Arkansas at Kentucky (CBS, 2pm)- Tim Brando, Mike Giminski
Navy at Army (CBS, 2pm)- Kevin Harlan, Dan Bonner
Creighton at Oral Roberts (ESPN2, 3pm)- Eric Collins, Bucky Waters
Oklahoma at Texas (ABC, 3:30pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes
Oregon at UCLA (ABC, 3:30pm)- Brent Musburger, Steve Lavin
Norfolk State at South Carolina State (ESPN Classic, 3:30pm)- Dave Weekly, Stan Lewter
Kansas at Oklahoma State (CBS, 4pm)- Gus Johnson, Clark Kellogg
St. Johns at Duke (CBS, 4pm)- Dick Enberg, Bill Raftery
Nevada at Southern Illinois (ESPNU, 4:30pm)- Dan McLaughliln, Mike Kelly
Drake at Butler (ESPN2, 5pm)- Ron Franklin, Fran Fraschilla
Miami (OH) at Valpo (ESPN Classic, 6pm)- Sam Gore, Sedrick Toney
Marist at Cleveland State (ESPNU, 6:30pm)- Dave Ryan, Drew Barry
Tennessee at Memphis (ESPN, 9pm)- Dan Shulman, Dick Vitale, ERIN ANDREWS
Rider at CS Northridge (ESPNU, 9pm)- Steve Physioc, Krista Blunt
Kent State at St. Marys (ESPN2, Midnight)- Scott Graham, Stephen Bardo

Sunday, February 24th

Syracuse at Notre Dame (CBS, 2pm)-
Craig Bolerjack, Bob Wenzel
Alabama at Auburn (CBS, 2pm)-
Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel
Wisconsin at Ohio State (CBS, 4pm)-
Verne Lundquist, Billy Packer
Wake Forest at North Carolina (FSN, 6:30pm)-
Wright State at Illinois State (ESPNU, 6:30pm)-
Dan McLaughlin, Mike Kelley
Cal at Stanford (FSN, 9pm)- TBD

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 3:55 PM

35 Comments:

Cal/Stanford will be Ted Robinson and Marques Johnson.

Sunday FSN Pac-10 games are always Robinson/Johnson, while Saturday Pac-10 FSN games are Barry Tompkins and Dan Buellomini.

ssreporters said...
Feb 18, 2008, 4:58:00 PM  

WF/UNC - Tim Brando and Mike Gminski.

ssreporters said...
Feb 18, 2008, 4:58:00 PM  

I'm watching GTown-Prov. on mute right now. That's how much I can't stand Doris Burke.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 5:13:00 PM  

Doris Burke is everywhere and it annoys me.

ssreporters said...
Feb 18, 2008, 5:15:00 PM  

Erin will do the Tennessee/Memphis game with Shulman and Vitale. The typical Saturday Gameday crew.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 5:16:00 PM  

Valpo/Miami will be Sam Gore and Sedrick Toney.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 5:33:00 PM  

i heard from Musberger/Lavin while watching Stanford/Arizona that they'll be in LA for Oregon/UCLA

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 5:49:00 PM  

Anon 5:49, 3 Pac-10 games in a row? Of course Lavin will do the UCLA game....homer.

ssreporters said...
Feb 18, 2008, 6:00:00 PM  

With all due respect, it's not "Miami-Ohio", it's Miami University.

sledge said...
Feb 18, 2008, 6:02:00 PM  

AA, Oregon/UCLA twice in 2 days?

ssreporters said...
Feb 18, 2008, 6:05:00 PM  

Another nationally televised Michigan game. Joy!

J.J. said...
Feb 18, 2008, 6:09:00 PM  

Only one game this week for Vitale? Needs to cut back already after the surgeries?

MileHigh said...
Feb 18, 2008, 6:32:00 PM  

Oregon doesn't play UCLA on Sunday, they play on ABC at 3:30 EST Saturday.

SportsFanatic said...
Feb 18, 2008, 7:15:00 PM  

And yet ANOTHER SEC game of the week featuring Kentucky on ESPN. Christ! Seriously, what do Florida and Tennessee (and Vandy this year) have to do to get on TV--other than when they play Kentucky?

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 7:19:00 PM  

Thanks everyone for your help so far. Yeah I messed up that UCLA game somehow.

I don't understand the Michigan love either. They have about 10 Nationally televised games every season and they lose all of them.

Feb 18, 2008, 7:21:00 PM  

The cheerleader picture is better than last week's, that one from last week was strange.(I nominate it for caption contest)

Mich love = Fab 5 nostalgia ?(or they dont realize football is over)

Just wondering, how are some of these games "Bracket Busters" (Georgetown / Prov, Syracuse / Louisville, Purdue / Indiana, Depaul / Connecticut, Georgia / Kentucky, UNC / NC ST, OR / UCLA).
These are some the most prominent programs of the past few decades, if not the history of the game.

BTW, Mr Irrelevant has a funny take on the end of the UNC / VA Tech game from the weekend.

jg said...
Feb 18, 2008, 7:40:00 PM  

Kentucky is more like "Bubble Busters." It was pathetic last week. ESPN tried to hype the shit out of the Kentucky dog of a game. "Are they a tournament team?" "Are they getting better?" "Can they still make the tournament?" And of course, most of their "experts" say yes.

And then they go out and lose by 42.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 7:50:00 PM  

Actually, I think it's a result of half a dozen Big Ten games being televised that Michigan gets on TV so much. When they televise so many Big Ten games, everybody but Northwestern and Penn State are going to get on TV a bunch of times. What annoys me are those lousy "made for TV" games like Michigan vs. Duke and UCLA. Christ, televise somebody who deserves it. Somebody who makes the tournament every now and then.

As for Kentucky anon, it's annoying because you only get one SEC game a week (2 if you are lucky). So all of their games mean that somebody that deserves it this year isn't getting on TV this year until or unless they play Kentucky.

J.J. said...
Feb 18, 2008, 7:57:00 PM  

@sledge

It is Miami(OH) so people dont confuse it with Miami of Forida, and I have seen the FL put after that one.

@anon 7:50

Kentucky basketball = Ohio St football. Traditional powers that the media hypes whether it is deserved or not. At least with Kentucky, there is a chance of an Ashley Judd sighting.

jg said...
Feb 18, 2008, 8:35:00 PM  

A better example is Notre Dame because at least tOSU puts up a winning record every year. This past season, ND got more hype than most BCS teams got combined, yet looked like shit every week.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 8:50:00 PM  

What will Mike Patrick do without his Duke fix this week??

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:00:00 PM  

Or Kentucky basketball is like Alabama football.

J.J. said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:02:00 PM  

@jj 7:57:

The volume of nationally televised Big Ten games rose when the whole BTN fiasco arose. The traditional Saturday regional triple-header went away, and the conference still wanted to have an extra game seen on Saturday/Sunday. I can't stand to see Michigan get hammered on national TV myself, except for yesterday's game that saw Rich Rod try his Tressel impersonation before the game and effectively end the NCAA Tourney hopes for the Buckeyes.

Side note: Why is at least one of the Army-Navy basketball matchups on CBS regionally each year?

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:02:00 PM  

It's almost time for those people to file in their theaters in Texas and see Holly Rowe on the widescreen....

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:07:00 PM  

And this weekend features your obligatory yearly "made for television," "Duke is playing a mediocre team from New York City that hasn't been relevant since 1986" matchup.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:09:00 PM  

Because of the SEC's lousy once-a-week, always-Kentucky national TV schedule, I have a better chance of watching a mediocre Missouri Valley Conference team on national television than I do seeing tournament-bound SEC teams like Arkansas and Mississippi State.

J.J. said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:17:00 PM  

@Rick James

Since CBS shows the Army / Navy Football game every year, maybe there is a clause in that contract to show one of the games. CBS also owns CSTV which shows a lot of Navy games in various sports so that could be the reason.

Holly Rowe widescreen, there oughta be a law against that.

jg said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:25:00 PM  

@jg:

Thanks.

With CSTV becoming CBSportsTV or whatever they'll call it from now on, Billy Packer is gonna start doing midweek games there, starting with this Wednesday's Memphis-Tulane game. Imagine that miserable bastard walking down Bourbon Street.

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Feb 18, 2008, 9:52:00 PM  

Almost forgot, because they were on at the same time today:

Doris Burke doing Men's Color Commentary > Keyshawn Johnson filling in on Jim Rome is Burning

Go get your playbook, Key. Parcells is calling. Honestly, he seemed a little out of place, like when Josh Elliott would fill in on Rome's TV show.

Rick James Bible Owner said...
Feb 18, 2008, 10:08:00 PM  

I didn't feel like reading all the comments to see if anyone else mentioned it, but you don't have the announcers for VaTech vs. Maryland, Saturday at 9 p.m. on Raycom Sports Network.

I dunno who's covering it.

Chase said...
Feb 18, 2008, 10:48:00 PM  

@chase:

Does AA post the announcing teams of games that are only on regional networks? I'd like to know where Screaming Dave Sims is on the ESPN Plus Big East games in that case.

Anonymous said...
Feb 18, 2008, 11:32:00 PM  

Gus Johnson is doing the kansas-oksu game on saturday on CBS.

Sonny said...
Feb 19, 2008, 1:46:00 AM  

Thank you, Sledge, as an alum of Miami I appreciate your valiant effort to put an end to "parentheses".

The women of Oxford, OH are a true hidden gem of the Midwest. Thanks, AA.

BEAT VALPO!!!

GMoney said...
Feb 19, 2008, 9:58:00 AM  

UC Santa Barbara at Utah State (ESPNU, 9pm)- Michael Reghi and Jim Chones
Jackson State at Grambling (ESPN Classic, 2pm)- Charlie Neal and Nate Ross
Oklahoma at Texas (ABC, 3:30pm)- Brad Nessler and Jimmy Dykes
Norfolk State at South Carolina State (ESPN Classic, 3:30pm)- Dave Weekly and Stan Lewter
Kent State at St. Marys (ESPN2, Midnight)-Scott Graham and Stephen Bardo

Anonymous said...
Feb 19, 2008, 10:33:00 PM  

Gus was on the Army-Navy game not Kansas OK state

Anonymous said...
Feb 23, 2008, 10:27:00 PM  

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