via press release:
NO. 21-RANKED BOISE STATE AT WYOMING HIGHLIGHTS WEEKEND COLLEGE FOOTBALL ACTION ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
CBS Sports Network airs a college football tripleheader on Saturday, Oct. 27, highlighted by *No. 21-ranked Boise State at Wyoming (3:30 PM, ET). James Bates, Todd Christensen and Lauren Gardner handle the call from Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyo.
Saturday’s action kicks off at 12:00 NOON, ET as Ball State visits Army at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y. Ben Holden and Randy Cross call the action, along with guest sideline reporter Cadet Geoff Easteling. In primetime (8:00 PM, ET) UCF takes on Marshall from Joan C. Edwards Stadium in Huntington, W. Va. Dave Ryan and analyst Corey Chavous announce, along with reporter Evan Washburn.
CBS Sports Network also features a Friday night primetime matchup between Nevada and Air Force at 8:00 PM, ET on Friday, Oct. 26. Brad Johansen and Doug Chapman are in the booth, with Tammy Blackburn reporting from the sidelines.
Saturday’s studio programming features SEC TONIGHT presented by GEICO (7:00 PM, ET) as host Brent Stover, analysts Brian Jones, Houston Nutt and Trevor Pryce and college football insider Bruce Feldman provide post-game coverage of CBS Sports’ “SEC Game of the Week” featuring No. 2-ranked Florida vs. No. 10-ranked Georgia, 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 with host Adam Zucker to wrap up the day with news and highlights from across the country.
Ross Molloy is Vice President, Remote Production and Tyler Hale is Vice President, Studio 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
(RON ZOOK ON FLORIDA-GEORGIA):
It is one of those games where the momentum swings are unbelievable. It will come down to whoever handles the momentum swings. They’re both good football teams. I think you throw out the records, throw out the stats, all that stuff. It’s a 60-minute game and you have to manage your emotions and manage the momentum swings. And the team that is able to do that is usually going to be the team that wins.
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(AARON TAYLOR ON NOTRE DAME-OKLAHOMA):
(Oklahoma) is really gelling at the right time. That’s not going to bode well for a Notre Dame team that is going to have its hands full on the road. Notre Dame hasn’t faced a team like Oklahoma. When you look at Notre Dame and their recipe for success: controlling the football, playing great second half defense, playing great in the red zone. That’s why for Notre Dame to win this game, they have to be able to establish the run. My personal opinion is that they’re a little weak on the inside of that offensive line. They’ve been running off tackle a lot. They’ve got to be able to establish that run to give Everett Golson some time so that the game is not on that young man’s shoulders… They’ll bring their defense, but they have to bring their run game too.