via press release:
COLLEGE FOOTBALL TRIPLEHEADER ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
KICKS OFF WITH INDIANA AT NAVY
CBS Sports Network airs a college football tripleheader on Saturday, Oct. 20, beginning at 3:30 PM, ET as Indiana visits Navy at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. Grant Boone, Todd Christensen and reporter Sheehan Stanwick Burch handle the call.
Action continues with Marshall at Southern Miss (7:00 PM, ET). Dave Ryan and Steve Beuerlein announce, along with reporter Evan Washburn from M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, Miss.
San Diego State at Nevada (10:30 PM, ET) wraps up the day’s action. James Bates, Aaron Taylor and Lauren Gardner callfrom Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nev.
Saturday’s studio programming features INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL (2:30-3:00 PM, ET and 2:00-3:00 AM, ET), the Network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show. Adam Zucker and Brent Stover host, along with analysts Brian Jones, Ron Zook and Houston Nutt.
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.
NEWS AND NOTES FROM CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S
INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL
(AARON TAYLOR ON OREGON-ARIZONA STATE):
I think Oregon wins this ball game. I will say this though, for Arizona State to be able to disrupt this offense, you need to have penetration. Keep an eye on Arizona State Sun Devil Will Sutton, Number 90. He is a beast inside. But I think Oregon wins and wins convincingly.
To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/OM8s2l.
(RON ZOOK ON TEXAS A&M-LSU):
(LSU) had the ball for 37 minutes last week. They’re going to do that again, keep the ball away from “Johnny Football” (Johnny Manziel). It will be a heck of a game, but it will be a different caliber game for Texas A&M.
To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/QWzWA5.
(BRIAN JONES ON FLORIDA-SOUTH CAROLINA):
This is going to be another one of those physical football games that we saw last week in LSU and South Carolina. And what did LSU do? They made them one-dimensional. They forced Connor Shaw into turnovers. He made bad decisions… And that’s what Will Muschamp wants to do.
To watch the entire segment, click here: http://cbsprt.co/QXgjaX.