No. 19-Ranked Louisville Visits Southern Miss in Primetime to Highlight College Football Action on CBS Sports Network

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September 27th, 2012

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NO. 19-RANKED LOUISVILLE VISITS SOUTHERN MISS IN PRIMETIME

TO HIGHLIGHT COLLEGE FOOTBALL ACTION ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK

 

 

CBS Sports Network airs a college football tripleheader on Saturday, Sept. 29, highlighted by a primetime matchup between *No. 19-ranked Louisville and Southern Miss (8:00 PM, ET).  James Bates, Aaron Taylor and reporter Lauren Gardner call the action from M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, Miss.

 

Saturday’s action kicks off with a service academy doubleheader, beginning at 12:00 NOON, ET as Stony Brook visits Army at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y. Ben Holden and Randy Cross announce, along with guest sideline reporter Cadet Linc Bradham.

 

San Jose State at Navy follows (3:30 PM, ET) from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. Grant Boone, Todd Christensen and reporter Sheehan Stanwick Burch handle the call.

 

Saturday’s studio programming features SEC TONIGHT presented by GEICO (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.

 

Ross Molloy is Vice President, Remote Production, CBS Sports Network.

 

For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.

*AP Poll as of 9/23/12

NEWS AND NOTES FROM CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S

INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL

 

(AARON TAYLOR ON MICHIGAN STATE-OHIO STATE):

I’ve gone back and forth on this game looking for an advantage every different way. Both of these teams have issues on each side of the ball. In the end, I went with the best defense. Playing at home, Michigan State is 16-1 in their last 17 ball games. I think they get the turnovers corrected and I think the trend for Ohio State is down and their first true road test costs them.

 

To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/PINCik.

 

(RANDY CROSS ON STANFORD-WASHINGTON):

I love what David Shaw is doing at Stanford, but I think Steve Sarkisian and the Huskies, when you get them in this type of situation, this is when they’re at their best. And they do have, in my mind, one of the best pure talents in the country in Keith Price playing quarterback.

 

To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/QFLHu0.

 

(BRIAN JONES ON BAYLOR-WEST VIRGINIA):

Phil Bennett’s defense down at Baylor has been woeful stopping the run. Last week the (Louisiana Monroe) Warhawks had 262 yards rushing. There’s no way you’re going to win with that type of statistic. Unless you’re playing West Virginia. Because at the beginning of the season I said their biggest question was their running game. 25 carries for 25 yards all of last week. I know their starter wasn’t in there, but that’s all you can muster is 25 yards? So Baylor has a good chance of going up there and knocking off No. 9.

 

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