Fresno State-Tulsa Caps Off Saturday's College Football Tripleheader on CBS Sports Network
via press release:
CBS SPORTS NETWORK FEATURES COLLEGE FOOTBALL TRIPLEHEADER
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 22
A primetime matchup between Fresno State and Tulsa (8:00 PM, ET) highlights a college football tripleheader on CBS Sports Network on Saturday, Sept. 22. James Bates, Aaron Taylor and reporter Lauren Gardner call the action from Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium in Tulsa, Okla.
Saturday’s action begins at 12:00 NOON, ET as Lafayette visits Bucknell at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium in Lewisburg, Pa. Dave Ryan and Ron Zook handle the call, with Evan Washburn reporting from the sidelines.
VMI at Navy follows (3:30 PM, ET) from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. to kick off the Network’s fourth season of Navy football coverage. Grant Boone and Todd Christensen announce, along with reporter Sheehan Stanwick Burch.
Saturday’s studio programming features SEC TONIGHT (7:00 PM, ET) as host Brent Stover and analysts Brian Jones and Houston Nutt provide post-game coverage of CBS Sports’ “SEC Game of the Week” and discuss the rest of the day’s SEC action. INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL, the Network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show, returns at 11:30 PM, ET to wrap up the day with news and highlights from across the country.
For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.
NEWS AND NOTES FROM CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S
INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL
(RANDY CROSS ON NOTRE DAME-MICHIGAN):
When they got in that game last week, they were disciplined. They didn’t drop a coverage. They didn’t drop an assignment blocking-wise. I go back to the turnover ratio. Michigan -3, Notre Dame +5. When you get into one of these games like Michigan and Notre Dame have had these past few years, that’s where the difference lies (turnovers). That, and Notre Dame has got their stuff together. They’re actually playing disciplined, sharp football.
To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/QoEtNH.
(AARON TAYLOR ON CLEMSON-FLORIDA STATE):
We’re going to have two mobile quarterbacks in this game. Tajh Boyd is a little bit more mobile, doing a better job of extending plays with his legs… Defensively for the Tigers, they’re going to have to win on first down. They can’t let Chris Thompson get going. They’ve got to force EJ Manuel to throw the ball and beat them with his arm.
To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/SFyvVt.