Your Week One College Football Announcing Schedule (Updated)

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Thursday, September 3rd

South Carolina @ North Carolina State (ESPN, 7pm)- Sean McDonough, Jesse Palmer, Craig James, Erin Andrews
Troy @ Bowling Green (BCSN, 7pm)- Greg Franke, Tom Cole
North Texas @ Ball State (ESPNU, 7:30pm)- Charlie Neal, Jay Walker
Eastern Kentucky @ Indiana (BTN, 8pm)- Ari Wolfe, Charles Davis, Larra Overton
Utah State @ 18 Utah (MTN, 9pm)- James Bates, Todd Christensen, Sammy Linebaugh
Oregon @ Boise State (ESPN, 10:15pm)- Mark Jones, Bob Davie

Friday, September 4th

Tulsa @ Tulane (ESPN, 8pm)- Joe Tessitore, Rod Gilmore
Central Arkansas @ Hawaii (Oceanic PPV, 1am)- Jim Leahey, Russell Yamahoa

Saturday, September 5th

Navy @ Ohio State (ESPN, Noon)- Dave Pasch, Bob Griese, Chris Spielman
Minnesota @ Syracuse (ESPN2, Noon)- Pam Ward, Ray Bentley
Kentucky v. Miami-OH (ESPNU, Noon)- Clay Matvick, David Diaz-Infante
Akron @ 8 Penn State (BTN, Noon)- Matt Devlin, Glen Mason, Kenny Jackson
Northern Iowa @ Iowa (BTN, Noon)- Tom Werme, Anthony Herron, Elizabeth Moreau
Montana State @ Michigan State (BTN, Noon)- Dan Gutowsky, Ron Johnson, Lisa Byington
Towson @ Northwestern (BTN, Noon)- Matt Rosen, Mark Campbell, Tony McGee
Toledo @ Purdue (BTN, Noon)- Craig Coshun, Rod Woodson, Larra Overton
Western Kentucky @ Tennessee (SEC Network, Noon)- Dave Neal, Andre Ware, Cara Capuano
Appalachian State @ East Carolina (ISP Sports, Noon)- Patrick Kinas, Billy Weaver, Brian Meador (Will Air on MASN)
Liberty @ West Virginia (Big East Network, Noon)- John Sanders, Rene Nadeau (Will Air on Altitude, CSS, CST, SNY)
Portland State @ Oregon State (FS Northwest, 2:30pm)- Rich Burk, Steve Preece, Jen Mueller (Will Air on FCS Pacific)
Georgia @ Oklahoma State (ABC, 3:30pm)- Sean McDonough, Matt Millen, Holly Rowe
Baylor @ Wake Forest (ABC, 3:30pm)- Dave Lamont, Shaun King
Western Michigan @ Michigan (ABC, 3:30pm)- Mike Patrick, Craig James, Quint Kessenich
Nevada @ Notre Dame (NBC, 3:30pm)- Tom Hammond, Pat Haden, Alex Flanagan
San Jose State @ USC (FSN, 3:30pm)- Barry Tompkins, Petros Papadakis, Michael Eaves
(Will Air on FS Arizona, Houston, Midwest, North, Ohio, South, Southwest, West; FSN Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain; CSN Bay Area, Chicago (JIP), New England, Philadelphia, Washington; MSG; SUN; FCS Atlantic)
Jackson State @ Mississippi State (ESPNU, 3:30pm)- Todd Harris, Charles Arbuckle
Missouri v. Illinois (ESPN, 3:40pm)- Ron Franklin, Ed Cunningham
Rice @ Alabama-Birmingham (CSS,4pm)- Matt Stewart, Chuck Oliver, Melissa Lee
Stanford @ Washington State (FS Northwest, 6pm)- TBD (Will Air on FCS Pacific)
Brigham Young @ Oklahoma (ESPN, 7pm)- Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Heather Cox
Louisiana Tech @ Auburn (ESPNU, 7pm)- Eric Collins, Brock Huard
Northern Illinois @ Wisconsin (BTN, 7pm)- Wayne Larrivee, Chris Martin, Charissa Thompson
Charleston Southern @ Florida (FS Regional, 7pm)- Bob Rathbun, Dave Archer, Jenn Hildreth (Will Air on SUN; FS South, Southwest)
Northern Colorado @ Kansas (FCS Central, 7pm)- Dan McLaughlin, Yogi Roth, Samantha Steele
Florida Atlantic @ Nebraska (FSN PPV, 7pm)- Ron Thulin, Kelly Stouffer, Kent Pavelka
Louisiana-Monroe @ 2 Texas (FSN PPV, 7pm)- Bill Land, Gary Reasons, Emily Jones
Missouri State @ Arkansas (ARSN PPV, 7pm)- Scott Inman, Jimmy Dykes, Clint Stoerner
San Diego State @ UCLA (FS West, 7:30pm)- Bill MacDonald, James Washington, Brooke Olzendam (Will Air on FCS Atlantic)
Western Carolina @ Vanderbilt (CSS, 7:30pm)- Doug Bell, Chris Doering (Will Air on CSN Chicago, New England, Philadelphia)
Indiana State @ Louisville (WHAS, 7:30pm)- Drew Deener, Doug James
Alabama v. Virginia Tech (ABC, 8pm)- Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Lisa Salters
Buffalo @ Texas-El Paso (CBS College Sports, 9pm)- Dave Ryan, Akbar Gbaja-Biamila
Maryland @ California (ESPN2, 10pm)- Terry Gannon, David Norrie
Idaho State @ Arizona State (FS Arizona, 10pm)- Tom Leander, Juan Roque (Will Air on FCS Pacific)
Central Michigan @ Arizona (Wildcats Sports, 10pm)- Dave Sitton, John Fina, Glenn Howell
Louisiana State @ Washington (ESPN, 10:30pm)- Mark Jones, Bob Davie

Sunday, September 6th

Mississippi @ Memphis (ESPN, 3:30pm)- Joe Tessitore, Rod Gilmore
Colorado State @ Colorado (FSN, 7pm)- Joel Meyers, Dave Lapham, Jim Knox (Will Air on FS Arizona, Detroit, Florida, Houston, Midwest, North, Ohio, South, Southwest, West; FSN Northwest, Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain; CSN Bay Area, Chicago (JIP), Mid-Atlantic, New England; MSG+; FCS Central)

Tuesday, September 7th

Cincinnati @ Rutgers (ESPN, 4pm)- Bob Wischusen, Bob Griese
Miami @ Florida State (ESPN, 8pm)- Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge


The return of Pammy Awards!!!!

49er16 said...
Sep 1, 2009, 10:46:00 AM  

And she's coming to the 'Cuse!!!

GMoney said...
Sep 1, 2009, 10:53:00 AM  

Isn't Sept. 7 a Monday?

Unknown said...
Sep 1, 2009, 11:46:00 AM  

Western Michigan @ Michigan (ABC, 3:30pm)- Mike Patrick, Craig James, Quint Kessenich

So many lolz in that.

Justin F. said...
Sep 1, 2009, 12:27:00 PM  

It is, Peter. Since NFL decided to start a week later earlier this decade, college football has essentially taken over Labor Day Weekend.

walnuts said...
Sep 1, 2009, 1:01:00 PM  

Mike Patrick's on the call? I thought there was no possible way to make watching Michigan struggle (if not lose) versus Western any worse. Maybe if it was Mike Patrick & Matt Millen...

Sep 1, 2009, 1:53:00 PM  

Sean McDonough is doing the Thursday night game? Is this an error or a change? I thought Chris Fowler was still doing them.

Sep 1, 2009, 2:20:00 PM  

Great...let the Mark Jones train to crappy jokes begin in Washington.

TJX said...
Sep 1, 2009, 2:22:00 PM  

@Inside The Endzone

Chris Fowler is in New York doing the US Open the next 2 weeks. He will be back on the Thursday night game on September 17.

NJDevils015 said...
Sep 1, 2009, 2:34:00 PM  



Sep 1, 2009, 2:43:00 PM  

I wonder if Todd Christensen still has a mullet.

E Buzz said...
Sep 1, 2009, 5:38:00 PM  

Thank You. Thank You Verymuch for Sharing..

Anthony Robinson

Anonymous said...
Sep 2, 2009, 3:14:00 AM  

why in the world are the defending FCS champions --the richmond spiders-- not being televised at ANY point in the season...even when they are playing a BCS team?

shame. i mean, c'mon -- do it at least once.

friggin' app. state gets love, and what did they win last year? uhh...nothing. although i suppose merely beating one BCS team gets you eternal national TV coverage thereafter...

Wyatt said...
Sep 2, 2009, 8:59:00 AM  

@ frutiger
"friggin' app. state gets love, and what did they win last year? uhh...nothing. although i suppose merely beating one BCS team gets you eternal national TV coverage thereafter..."

Uhh, App State won back to back to back National Championships. They are the preeminent FCS program. That's why they get coverage.

NJDevils015 said...
Sep 2, 2009, 7:58:00 PM  

Wait a second. I don't see Paul Maguire's name anywhere on this list. Could it be that the worst football "analyst" in the history of sports has actually retired or been shit-canned? Can someone confirm this? I can't bear the letdown of thinking he's out of my life, only to turn on the TV next Saturday morning and find out that he was just taking the first week off.

Brian said...
Sep 3, 2009, 4:04:00 AM  

Why is the Duck wearing pajamas?

Sep 3, 2009, 10:25:00 AM  

I think the Miami-FSU game is on Monday and not Tuesday.

ACSMA said...
Sep 3, 2009, 12:59:00 PM  

So is Cincinnati-Rutgers. Also of note ...

Akron-Penn State: Primary telecast for Big Ten Network.

Western Ky-Tennessee: Will air on MSG.

Western Mich-Michigan: Reverse Mirror game on ESPN2.

Georgia-Okla State: Reverse Mirror game on ESPN2.

FWIW Paul Maguire is only working part-time this season.

Anonymous said...
Sep 3, 2009, 1:54:00 PM  

its yamanoha. Say it right!

Sep 4, 2009, 8:23:00 AM  

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