CBS Sports Network Announces Most Extensive College Football Schedule Ever

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August 14th, 2013

Antoine Hicks,  Mike Hicks

via press release:

CBS SPORTS NETWORK RETURNS TO THE GRIDIRON FOR THE 2013 SEASON WITH ITS MOST EXTENSIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE EVER

 

Adam Archuleta, Tom Bradley, Christian Fauria, Corey Chavous, Andrew Catalon and John Feinstein Join College Football Team

  

Non-Conference Match-ups Include Top Teams USC, Notre Dame and Stanford

 

 

CBS Sports Network returns to the gridiron for the 2013 season with its most extensive lineup ever of college football games featuring the best of the Mountain West,
Conference USA, Army and Navy football, the Patriot League and NCAA Division II.  The Network will air 51 games this season, including more Mountain West contests than ever before, showcasing top teams including USC, Notre Dame, Boise State and Stanford.

 

New voices joining CBS Sports Network this season as analysts in the booth include former NFL and Arizona State standout Adam Archuleta, former Penn State coach Tom Bradley and former NFL and Vanderbilt safety Corey Chavous.  Rashan Ali also joins as a sideline reporter this season, while former NFL and Colorado tight end Christian Fauria will serve as studio analyst.

 

Andrew Catalon comes to CBS Sports Network as lead college football play-by-play announcer and will team with Aaron Taylor and reporter Lauren Gardner, forming the Network’s lead broadcast team.

 

John Feinstein joins coverage of Army Football contributing a series of essays for the service academy telecasts.

 

CBS Sports Network Broadcast Teams

 

Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter                                                          Conference/Games

Andrew Catalon/Aaron Taylor//Lauren Gardner                        Mountain West

Dave Ryan/Adam Archuleta//Evan Washburn                             C-USA and Mountain West

Ben Holden/Tom Bradley/John Feinstein//Kristine Leahy           Army

Brad Johansen/Randy Cross//Sheehan Stanwick Burch              Navy

Brent Stover/Corey Chavous//Lisa Byington                                 C-USA/NCAA Div. II

 

Schedule Highlights:

  • USC at Hawaii – Thursday, Aug. 29
  • Arizona at UNLV – Saturday, Sept. 7
  • Stanford at Army – Saturday, Sept. 14
  • Kansas at Rice – September 14
  • Oregon State at San Diego State – Saturday, Sept. 21
  • Boise State at Utah State – Saturday, Oct. 12
  • Pittsburgh at Navy – Saturday, Oct. 26
  • Notre Dame at Air Force – Saturday, Oct. 26
  • Boise State at San Diego State – Saturday, Nov. 23

 

CBS Sports Network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL features analysts Brian Jones, Ron Zook and Houston Nutt, as well as newcomer Fauria.

 

CBS Sports Network again serves as the home for Service Academy football, airing 13 games featuring Army, Navy and Air Force.  This season marks the Network’s ninth year airing Navy home games and fourth year as Army’s television partner.  CBS Sports Network enters its eighth year in partnership with the Mountain West and ninth year with Conference USA.

 

The complete 2013 college football schedule follows.

CBS SPORTS NETWORK RETURNS TO THE GRIDIRON FOR THE 2013 SEASON WITH ITS MOST EXTENSIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE EVER

 

Adam Archuleta, Tom Bradley, Christian Fauria, Corey Chavous, Andrew Catalon and John Feinstein Join College Football Team

  

Non-Conference Match-ups Include Top Teams USC, Notre Dame and Stanford

 

 

CBS Sports Network returns to the gridiron for the 2013 season with its most extensive lineup ever of college football games featuring the best of the Mountain West,
Conference USA, Army and Navy football, the Patriot League and NCAA Division II.  The Network will air 51 games this season, including more Mountain West contests than ever before, showcasing top teams including USC, Notre Dame, Boise State and Stanford.

 

New voices joining CBS Sports Network this season as analysts in the booth include former NFL and Arizona State standout Adam Archuleta, former Penn State coach Tom Bradley and former NFL and Vanderbilt safety Corey Chavous.  Rashan Ali also joins as a sideline reporter this season, while former NFL and Colorado tight end Christian Fauria will serve as studio analyst.

 

Andrew Catalon comes to CBS Sports Network as lead college football play-by-play announcer and will team with Aaron Taylor and reporter Lauren Gardner, forming the Network’s lead broadcast team.

 

John Feinstein joins coverage of Army Football contributing a series of essays for the service academy telecasts.

 

CBS Sports Network Broadcast Teams

 

Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter                                                          Conference/Games

Andrew Catalon/Aaron Taylor//Lauren Gardner                        Mountain West

Dave Ryan/Adam Archuleta//Evan Washburn                             C-USA and Mountain West

Ben Holden/Tom Bradley/John Feinstein//Kristine Leahy           Army

Brad Johansen/Randy Cross//Sheehan Stanwick Burch              Navy

Brent Stover/Corey Chavous//Lisa Byington                                 C-USA/NCAA Div. II

 

Schedule Highlights:

  • USC at Hawaii – Thursday, Aug. 29
  • Arizona at UNLV – Saturday, Sept. 7
  • Stanford at Army – Saturday, Sept. 14
  • Kansas at Rice – September 14
  • Oregon State at San Diego State – Saturday, Sept. 21
  • Boise State at Utah State – Saturday, Oct. 12
  • Pittsburgh at Navy – Saturday, Oct. 26
  • Notre Dame at Air Force – Saturday, Oct. 26
  • Boise State at San Diego State – Saturday, Nov. 23

 

CBS Sports Network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL features analysts Brian Jones, Ron Zook and Houston Nutt, as well as newcomer Fauria.

 

CBS Sports Network again serves as the home for Service Academy football, airing 13 games featuring Army, Navy and Air Force.  This season marks the Network’s ninth year airing Navy home games and fourth year as Army’s television partner.  CBS Sports Network enters its eighth year in partnership with the Mountain West and ninth year with Conference USA.

 

The complete 2013 college football schedule follows.

2013 CBS Sports Network Football Schedule

(ALL TIMES EASTERN)

Aug. 29 (Thurs)

USC at Hawaii

Aloha Stadium, Aiea, HI

11:00 PM

Aug. 30 (Fri)

Morgan State at Army

Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

7:00 PM

Aug. 31 (Sat)

Miami (OH) at Marshall

Joan C. Edwards Stadium, Huntington, WV

7:00 PM

Sept. 1 (Sun)

Colorado vs Colorado State

Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO

6:00 PM

Sept. 5 (Thurs)

Winston-Salem State at UNC-Pembroke

Grace P. Johnson Stadium, Pembroke, NC

8:00 PM

Sept. 6 (Fri)

UCF at FIU

Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium

8:00 PM

Sept. 7 (Sat)

Norfolk State at Rutgers

High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, NJ

12:00 PM

Sept. 7 (Sat)

Utah State at Air Force

Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, CO

3:30 PM

Sept. 7 (Sat)

Colorado State at Tulsa

Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium, Tulsa, OK

7:00 PM

Sept. 7 (Sat)

Arizona at UNLV

Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

10:30 PM

Sept. 12 (Thurs)

Chadron State at West Texas A&M

Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX

8:00 PM

Sept. 14 (Sat)

Stanford at Army

Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

12:00 PM

Sept. 14 (Sat)

Delaware at Navy

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD

3:30 PM

Sept. 14 (Sat)

Kansas at Rice

Rice Stadium, Houston, TX

7:30 PM

Sept. 19 (Thurs)

West Alabama at Florida Tech

Pirate Stadium, Palm Bay, FL

8:00 PM

Sep. 21 (Sat)

Wake Forest at Army

Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

12:00 PM

Sep. 21 (Sat)

Oregon State at San Diego State

Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

7:30 PM

Sep. 28 (Sat)

UTEP at Colorado State

Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, CO

3:30 PM

Sep. 28 (Sat)

Air Force at Nevada

Mackay Stadium, Reno, NV

7:30 PM

Oct. 3 (Thurs)

Harding at Southern Arkansas

Wilkins Stadium, Magnolia, AR

8:00 PM

Oct. 4 (Fri)

BYU at Utah State

Merlin Olsen Field at Romney Stadium, Logan, UT

8:00 PM

Oct. 5 (Sat)

Lehigh at Fordham

Coffey Field, Bronx, NY

12:00 PM

Oct. 5 (Sat)

Rice at Tulsa

Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium, Tulsa, OK

3:30 PM

Oct. 5 (Sat)

Louisiana Tech at UTEP

Sun Bowl Stadium, El Paso, TX

7:30 PM

Oct. 10 (Thurs)

San Diego State at Air Force

Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, CO

9:00 PM

Oct. 12 (Sat)

Eastern Michigan at Army

Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

12:00 PM

Oct. 12 (Sat)

San Jose State at Colorado State

Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, CO

3:30 PM

Oct. 12 (Sat)

Boise State at Utah State

Merlin Olsen Field at Romney Stadium, Logan, UT

7:30 PM

Oct. 17 (Thurs)

Findlay at Ohio Dominican

Panther Field, Columbus, OH

8:00 PM

Oct. 19 (Sat)

Colgate at Holy Cross

Fitton Football Stadium, Worcester, MA

12:00 PM

Oct. 19 (Sat)

North Texas at Louisiana Tech

Joe Aillet Stadium, Ruston, LA

3:30 PM

Oct. 19 (Sat)

Nevada at Boise State

Bronco Stadium, Boise, ID

8:00 PM

Oct. 26 (Sat)

Pittsburgh at Navy

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD

1:00 PM

Oct. 26 (Sat)

Notre Dame at Air Force

Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, CO

5:00 PM

Oct. 31 (Thurs)

Shippensburg at Bloomsburg

Robert B. Redman Stadium, Bloomsburg, PA

8:00 PM

 

Nov. 2 (Sat)

Southern Miss at Marshall

Joan C. Edwards Stadium, Huntington, WV

12:00 PM

Nov. 2 (Sat)

Hawaii at Utah State

Merlin Olsen Field at Romney Stadium, Logan, UT

4:00 PM

Nov. 2 (Sat)

Boise State at Colorado State

Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, CO

8:00 PM

Nov. 9 (Sat)

Western Kentucky at Army

Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

12:00 PM

Nov. 9 (Sat)

Hawaii at Navy

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD

3:30 PM

Nov. 9 (Sat)

Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech

Joe Aillet Stadium, Ruston, LA

7:00 PM

Nov. 9 (Sat)

San Diego State at San Jose State

Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA

10:30 PM

Nov. 16 (Sat)

South Alabama at Navy

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD

3:30 PM

Nov. 16 (Sat)

Louisiana Tech at Rice

Rice Stadium, Houston, TX

7:00 PM

Nov. 16 (Sat)

San Diego State at Hawaii

Aloha Stadium, Aiea, HI

10:30 PM

Nov. 23 (Sat)

Colorado State at Utah State

Merlin Olsen Field at Romney Stadium, Logan, UT

3:30 PM

Nov. 23 (Sat)

Tulsa at Louisiana Tech

Joe Aillet Stadium, Ruston, LA

7:00 PM

Nov. 23 (Sat)

Boise State at San Diego State

Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

10:30 PM

Nov. 29 (Fri)

ECU at Marshall

Joan C. Edwards Stadium, Huntington, WV

12:00 PM

Nov. 29 (Fri)

Fresno State at San Jose State

Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA

3:30 PM

Nov. 30 (Sat)

BYU at Nevada

Mackay Stadium, Reno, NV

3:00 PM

 

 
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