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CBS Sports Adds Adam Zucker and Allie LaForce to College Football Broadcast Team



Adam Zucker Named Studio Host of COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY


Allie LaForce Joins as Lead College Football Reporter



CBS Sports has added Adam Zucker and Allie LaForce to its college football broadcast team. Zucker has been named host of COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY, the Network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show. LaForce joins as lead college football reporter, teaming with Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson on the “SEC Game of the Week.”  The announcement was made today by Sean McManus, Chairman, CBS Sports.


“Both Adam and Allie represent the next, great generation of sports broadcasters,” said McManus.  “We are extremely excited about the future of our college football coverage from the studio to the sidelines, and look for both to contribute to its continued and storied success.”


Zucker joins analysts Brian Jones and Spencer Tillman on COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY, which airs on Saturdays from 3:00-3:30 PM, ET throughout college football season.  He has been lead anchor for CBS Sports Network hosting myriad studio shows including INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL and INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL.  Zucker joined CBS Sports Network in 2003 (then CSTV), shortly after its launch.  He has been an Associated Press college football voter since 2012.  In addition, Zucker has worked as anchor for CBS Sports’ college football studio show, COLLEGE FOOTBALL TODAY, as well as the network’s college basketball and CBS Sports Desk studio shows.


LaForce joins as lead college football reporter working with Lundquist and Danielson calling the “SEC Game of the Week” as well as the Army-Navy game.  LaForce joined CBS Sports in 2012.  She currently hosts the late night show LEAD OFF on CBS Sports Network and serves as a college basketball sideline reporter, including working the NCAA Tournament the last two years.  LaForce also was part of CBS Sports Network’s NFL pre-game studio show, THAT OTHER PREGAME SHOW, last year.

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