Wednesday, July 23, 2014

2014 Guinness International Champions Cup Tournament TV Schedule

The 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup comes to the US tomorrow night. Every matchup during the 2014 Guinness ICC will be televised on the networks of FOX and NBCSN.

ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio will broadcast all the matches in Spanish, though two will be ESPN Deportes+ exclusives. I will not post the announcers for ESPN Deportes matches like I am doing in English, mostly because I don't have ESPN Deportes and they aren't listing them by each game on ESPN Media Zone. For those who are interested, ESPN Deportes soccer experts Fernando Palomo, Fernando Schwartz, Ricardo Ortiz, Richard Mendez, Andres Agulla, Giovanni Savarese and Tato Noriega will provide the play-by-play and analysis for their broadcasts.

FOX meanwhile has some familiar soccer voices for their matches. JP Dellacamera, who did more than half of the ESPN Radio matches during the World Cup and was the Fox Soccer MLS Game of the Week play-by-play man, will call two games on FOX and the championship for Fox Sports 1. John Strong, MLS Game of the Week broadcaster for NBCSN and longtime Fox Soccer announcer, is another familiar face for most US fans that will call at least two matches. I personally suspect he will also have Olympiakos/ Manchester City, but I'm waiting on a confirmation for that match. I have the English broadcast assignments for all matches but that one listed below.

Here is your TV schedule information, with a color coded guide to make finding the stations easier.
FOX
Fox Sports 1
NBCSN
Fox Sports 2

Thursday, July 24
7:30 PM- Olympiakos vs. AC Milan in Toronto (Fox Sports 1) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones

Saturday, July 26
4 PM- Manchester United vs. AS Roma in Denver (FOX) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, Keith Costigan

6 PM- Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan in Berkeley (Fox Sports 2) Steve Cangialosi, Brian Dunseth, Kyndra de St. Aubin

Sunday, July 27
3:30 PM- AC Milan vs. Manchester City in Pittsburgh (Fox Sports 1) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones, Heather Mitts

 6 PM- Liverpool vs. Olympiakos in Chicago (Fox Sports 1) John Strong, Warren Barton, Julie Stewart-Binks

Tuesday, July 29
7 PM- Manchester United vs. Inter Milan in Washington D.C. (NBCSN) Arlo White, Kyle Martino

9:30 PM- Real Madrid vs. AS Roma in Dallas (Fox Sports 2) Steve Cangialosi, Brian Dunseth, Julie Stewart-Binks

Wednesday, July 30
7 PM- Manchester City vs. Liverpool in New York (Fox Sports 1) John Strong, Warren Barton, Keith Costigan

Saturday, August 2
12:30 PM- Inter Milan vs. AS Roma in Philadelphia (Fox Sports 2) Mark Rogondino, Cobi Jones, Heather Mitts

x- 3 PM- Olympiakos vs. Manchester City in Minneapolis (Fox Sports 2) TBA, TBA, Kyndra de St. Aubin

4 PM- Manchester United vs. Real Madrid in Ann Arbor (FOX) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, TBA

x- 6:30 PM- Liverpool vs. AC Milan in Charlotte (NBCSN) Arlo White, Robbie Mustoe

Monday, August 4
7:30 PM- Championship in Miami (Fox Sports 1) JP Dellacamera, Brian McBride, TBA

JP Dellacamera has been a regular with FOX since he became the voice of MLS on Fox Soccer, but most Americans would recognize him from his calls during the World Cup on ESPN Radio. Hopefully this is a sign that FOX will be using him as one of their regulars for their World Cup coverage come 2016 (Women's). It's a shame they aren't using him over Gus Johnson as the lead play-by-play man.

x- ESPN Deportes+ matches

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

2014 American Sports Network CFB TV Schedule

 
Last week I mentioned that ESPN Plus had a new competitor in Regional College athletics in the American Sports Network. To date ASN will be airing games from 5 conferences, with Conference USA being the largest of the 5. It looks like ASN will broadcast 2 to 3 games every Saturday for Sinclair affiliates to pick up. So far 3/5 conferences have announced their ASN schedules, with the Big South Conference and Patriot League still to go. All timees listed are EDT.

August 30
3:30 PM- Hampton at Old Dominion (C-USA)
7 PM- Bethune Cookman at FIU (C-USA)

September 6
Noon- JC Smith at Charlotte (C-USA)
 7 PM- Rhode Island at Marshall (C-USA)

September 13
3:30 PM- Lehigh at New Hampshire (CAA)
3:30 PM- Alabama A&M at UAB (C-USA)
7 PM- New Mexico State at UTEP (C-USA)

September 20
3:30 PM- Nicholls State at North Texas (C-USA)
7 PM- Appalachian State at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Charlotte at Elon (CAA/C-USA)

September 27
3:30 PM- FIU at UAB (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Western Carolina at Furman (SoCon)
7 PM- Samford at Chattanooga (SoCon)

October 4
Noon- Southern Miss at Middle Tennessee (C-USA)
3:30 PM- New Mexico at UT San Antonio (C-USA)
7 PM- Hawai'i at Rice (C-USA)

October 11
3:30 PM- North Texas at UAB (C-USA)
7 PM- Maine at Stony Brook (CAA)
8 PM- Old Dominion at UTEP (C-USA)

October 18
Noon- Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)
1 PM- Chattanooga at The Citadel (SoCon)
3:30 PM- Rhode Island at Richmond (CAA)
7 PM- Southern Miss at North Texas (C-USA)

October 25
Noon- Maine at Rhode Island (CAA)
Noon- Mercer at Chattanooga (SoCon)
3:30 PM- Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- UTEP at UT San Antonio (C-USA)

November 1
Noon- Rice at FIU (C-USA)
3:30 PM- William & Mary at James Madison (CAA)
7 PM- UAB at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)

November 8
Noon- Louisiana Tech at UAB (C-USA)
3 PM- Western Carolina at Samford (SoCon)
3:30 PM-  FIU at Old Dominion (C-USA)
7 PM- Marshall at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Towson at Villanova (CAA)

November 15
Noon- Wesley at Charlotte (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Middle Tennessee at FIU (C-USA)
7 PM- Albany at Villanova (CAA)

November 22
Noon- Elon at James Madison (CAA)
3:30 PM- FIU at North Texas (C-USA)
3:30 PM- Chattanooga at Furman (SoCon)
7 PM- Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee (C-USA)

November 29
Noon- Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic (C-USA)
3:30 PM- UAB at Southern Miss (C-USA)
7 PM- Middle Tennessee at UTEP (C-USA)

When the Patriot League and Big South announce their ASN schedules, I will update the information here.

Fox Sports announces main CFB broadcast teams for 2014

A couple of months ago we learned that Tim Brando would be calling games for FOX this fall. At that time that was all that was announced. Today Fox has announced their top 3 broadcast teams for this fall.

 
Returning for another year on the Fox game of the week is the duo of Gus Johnson and Charles Davis. This year the duo will be joined by Molly McGrath, whom will take over the sideline responsibilities.
 
For the Thursday night game of the week, Fox has announced that Justin Kutcher and Petros Paradakis are out and Tim Brando is in. Tim Brando will join returning team member Joel Klatt for Thursday night games.

 Craig Bolerjack and Ryan Nece will make up one broadcast team.
 
Fox has also announced that longtime HBCU broadcaster Joe Davis has joined their ranks. Joe Davis joins the #3 broadcast team where he will be teamed with Joey Harrington and newcomer Kris Budden. They will cover the Saturday night game.

Additional broadcast teams will be released in the future, but it seems quite clear that Fox is trying to seperate their NFL broadcasters and NCAA college broadcasters. Here's the details released by Fox.
 





FOX SPORTS BOASTS LOADED ROSTER
OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL BROADCASTERS

 
Stalwarts Johnson, Davis & Klatt Joined
By Newcomers Brando & Wannstedt

 
Insiders Feldman, Mandel & Travis Form Cross-Platform Triple-Threat

 
New York – The calendar may say “summer,” but college football fans know that even as hot weather prevails, it won’t be long until the days shorten, leaves turn and college football gets underway. As conference media days continue, FOX Sports unveils the studio personalities and game broadcast teams calling its exciting college football matchups from late August through early December. The announcement was made today by FOX Sports President and COO Eric Shanks and FOX Sports Executive Vice President, Production, John Entz.

 
“We’ve been methodically developing our college football depth chart for a few years now,” Entz said. “The group we’ve assembled for 2014 is an exciting mix of veterans and FOX Sports newcomers that represents our deepest college football roster ever. We couldn’t be more excited about the level of coverage we’ll be delivering this season.”
 
This year, FOX broadcasts a one-hour prime-time pregame show on Saturdays leading into the biggest game of the week.Rob Stone (@RobStoneONFOX) hosts alongside analysts Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) and former college and NFL head coachDave Wannstedt, a new addition to the FOX Sports lineup. College football insidersBruce Feldman(@BruceFeldmanCFB), Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) andClay Travis (@ClayTravisBGID) also contribute to the network’s studio coverage. Feldman and Mandel joined FOX Sports since last season, leaving their prior positions at CBSSports.com and SI.com, respectively.

 
The most exciting voice in sports, play-by-play announcerGus Johnson once again teams with analyst Charles Davis (@CFD22), an All-SEC defensive back at Tennessee, to form FOX Sports’ lead college football broadcast team. Johnson and Davis are joined by sideline reporterMolly McGrath (@MollyMcGrathFS1), who continues as co-host of FOX Sports 1’s AMERICA’S PREGAME.

 
Analyst Joey Harrington returns for his second season in the booth and is joined by a new addition to FOX Sports,Joe Davis(@JoeDavisFOX), a former ESPN play-by-play broadcaster, who at age 25 became the youngest person ever to call a college football bowl game (2013 Poinsettia Bowl) for the network. FOX Sports San Diego’sKris Budden (@KrisBudden) joins Harrington and Davis on the sidelines.

 
Veteran broadcasterTim Brando(@TimBrando), a recent addition to FOX Sports’ college football and basketball coverage, calls Thursday night games on FOX Sports 1 with Klatt serving as analyst, and is also in the booth on Saturdays. Play-by-play announcer Craig Bolerjack (@BuckleUpBoler) returns to FOX Sports for his fourth season and teams with analystRyan Nece (@ryannece). The pair worked together last season with Nece serving as a sideline reporter/on-field analyst.

 
In addition, analystsPetros Papadakis (@PetrosAndMoney) and Coy Wire (@CoyWire) as well as rules expertMike Pereira (@MikePereira) contribute to FOX Sports’ wide-ranging college football coverage. FOX Sports’ rich stable of college football analysts also offer their expertise regularly on FOX Sports 1 studio shows AMERICA’S PREGAME and FOX SPORTS LIVE.

 
FOX Sports kicks off the 2014 college football season with four straight days of action, beginning Thursday, Aug. 28 (10:00 PM ET) on FOX Sports 1 as Rutgers takes the field for the first time as a member of the Big Ten Conference, facing Washington State at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Play continues the following evening with Colorado State vs. Colorado at Sports Authority Field at Mile High (9:00 PM ET on FOX Sports 1), followed by a full slate of Saturday games, highlighted by Fresno State at USC (7:30 PM ET) on the FOX broadcast network. Then, in a rare Sunday showdown, FOX Sports 1 helps Baylor debut its beautiful new facility, McLane Stadium, as the Bears host SMU (7:30 PM ET).

 
FOX Sports presents college football fans some of the most exciting matchups in the country this season, with more than 100 games scheduled across its national and local broadcast and cable platforms. Top contests featuring Big 12, Pac-12 and Conference USA teams appear on the FOX broadcast network,FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports Networks (FSN), FOX College Sports,FOX Deportes andFOX Sports GO all season long, culminating with the Pac-12 and Big Ten conference championship games on back-to-back nights on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6.
For more on FOX College Football, follow@CFBONFOX on Twitter and “Like” FOX Sports on Facebook (facebook.com/foxsports).




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2014-15 College Football National Radio Schedule

This list contains eight of the nine groups that broadcast college football nationally with their schedules. I am still waiting to see a finalized schedule from Touchdown Radio. Here are the games I know of that you can catch w/ affiliates nationally this fall. Times for each game will be posted with each weekly broadcast schedule, and ESPN Radio's bowl schedule hasn't been finalized yet, so you have those to look forward to as well. Keep in mind that these schedules are tentative and could still have additional games added.

WESTWOOD ONE
Aug 28: Texas A&M at South Carolina
Aug 30: LSU vs. Wisconsin
Sept 1: Miami at Louisville
Sept 6: Michigan State at Oregon
Sept 13: Georgia at South Carolina
Sept 20: Clemson at Florida State
Sept 27: Stanford at Washington
Oct 4: LSU at Auburn
Oct 11: Oregon at UCLA
Oct 18: Texas A&M at Alabama
Oct 25: Texas at Kansas State
Nov 1: Stanford at Oregon
Nov 8: Baylor at Oklahoma
Nov 15: Auburn at Georgia
Nov 22: USC at UCLA
Nov 28: Arizona State at Arizona
Nov 29: Florida at Florida State
Dec 6: SEC Championship
Dec 13: Army vs. Navy
Jan 10, 2015: FCS Championship

SPORTS USA
Aug 30: Arkansas at Auburn
Sept 6: Virginia Tech at Ohio State
Sept 13: UCLA at Texas
Sept 20: Mississippi State at LSU
Sept 27: Florida State at NC State
Oct 2: Arizona at Oregon
Oct 4: Alabama at Ole Miss
Oct 11: LSU at Florida
Oct 18: Washington at Oregon
Oct 25: Michigan at Michigan State
Nov. 1: Arizona at UCLA
Nov 8: Ohio State at Michigan State
Nov 15: South Carolina at Florida
Nov. 22: Stanford at Cal
Nov 29: South Carolina at Clemson
Dec. 6: Kansas State at Baylor
Dec. 20: Las Vegas Bowl
Dec. 27: Independence Bowl

COMPASS MEDIA
Sept 6: USC at Stanford
Sept 13: Tennessee at Oklahoma
Sept 20: Florida at Alabama
Sept 25:  Texas Tech at Oklahoma State
Sept 27: North Carolina at Clemson
Oct 4: Wisconsin at Northwestern
Oct 11: Texas at Oklahoma
Oct 18: Michigan State at Indiana
Oct 25: Ohio State at Penn Sttae
Oct 30: Florida State at Louisville
Nov 1: Maryland at Penn State
Nov 8: Iowa at Minnesota
Nov 15: Nebraska at Wisconsin
Nov 22: Wisconsin at Iowa
Nov 27: LSU at Texas A&M
Nov 29: Auburn at Alabama
Dec 6: Big Ten Championship

ESPN RADIO
Aug 28: Boise State vs. Mississippi 
Aug 30: West Virginia vs. Alabama
Aug 30: Oklahoma State vs. Florida State
Aug 30: Fresno State at USC
Sept 6: BYU at Texas
Sept 13: Kentucky at Florida
Sept 18: Auburn at Kansas State
Sept 20: Miami at Nebraska
Sept 25: UCLA at Arizona State
Sept 27: Oregon State at USC
Oct 4: Arizona State at USC
Oct 11: Louisville at Clemson
Oct 18: Kansas State at Oklahoma
Oct 25: Mississippi at LSU
Nov 1: Florida vs. Georgia
Nov 1: Auburn vs. Mississippi 
Nov 6: Clemson at Wake Forest 
Nov 8: Alabama at LSU
Nov 8: Texas A&M at Auburn
Nov 13: California at USC
Nov 15: Florida State at Miami
Nov 15: Mississippi State at Alabama
Nov 20: North Carolina at Duke
Nov 22: Oklahoma State at Baylor
Nov 22: Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Nov 28: Stanford at UCLA
Nov 29: Michigan at Ohio State
Nov 29: Notre Dame at USC
Dec. 5: Pac-12 Championship
Dec 6: ACC Championship
Jan 1, 2015: Rose Bowl
Jan 1, 2015: Sugar Bowl
Jan 12, 2015: College Football Playoff Championship

TOUCHDOWN RADIO
Still waiting for an official schedule. Have sent a request to Gino Toretta asking about it. I do know a few games that are on their schedule- 
Oct 11: Texas vs. Oklahoma
Jan 2, 2015: TaxSlayer Bowl

IMG NOTRE DAME
Aug 30: Rice at Notre Dame
Sept 6: Michigan at Notre Dame
Sept 13: Purdue vs. Notre Dame
Sept 27: Notre Dame at Syracuse
Oct 4: Stanford at Notre Dame
Oct 11: North Carolina at Notre Dame
Oct 18: Notre Dame at Florida State
Nov 1: Notre Dame at Navy
Nov 8: Notre Dame at Arizona State
Nov 15: Northwestern at Notre Dame
Nov 22: Louisville at Notre Dame
Nov 29: Notre Dame at USC

COUGAR IMG (BYU Radio)
Aug 29: BYU at Connecticut
Sept 6: BYU at Texas
Sept 11: Houston at BYU
Sept 20: Virginia at BYU
Oct 3: Utah State at BYU
Oct 9: BYU at UCF
Oct 18: Nevada at BYU
Oct 24: BYU at Boise State
Nov 1: BYU at Middle Tennessee
Nov 15: UNLV at BYU
Nov 22: Savannah State at BYU
Nov 29: BYU at Cal
Dec 22 (tentative): Miami Beach Bowl

NEVADA SPORTS NETWORK
Dec 26: Heart of Dallas Bowl
Dec 30: Music City Bowl
Jan 4, 2015: GoDaddy Bowl

TBC RADIO SPORTS
Aug 29: Jacksonville State at Michigan State
Sept 6: Michigan State at Oregon
Sept 20: Eastern Michigan at Michigan State
Sept 27: Wyoming at Michigan State
Oct 4: Nebraska at Michigan State
Oct 11: Michigan State at Purdue
Oct 18: Michigan State at Indiana
Oct 25: Michigan at Michigan State
Nov 8: Ohio State at Michigan State
Nov 15: Michigan State at Maryland
Nov 22: Rutgers at Michigan State
Nov 29: Michigan State at Penn State
Dec 6 (tentative): Big Ten Championship
Dec 26: Detroit Lions Bowl

REMAINING BOWL GAMES TBA (most of them will be ESPN Radio)
Dec 20: New Orleans Bowl
Dec 20: New Mexico Bowl
Dec 20: Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Dec 20: Camellia Bowl
Dec 22: Miami Beach Bowl
Dec 23: Boca Raton Bowl
Dec 23: Poinsettia Bowl
Dec 24: Bahamas Bowl
Dec 24: Hawaii Bowl
Dec 26: St. Petersburg Bowl
Dec 27: Independence Bowl
Dec 27: Military Bowl (likely Touchdown Radio)
Dec 27: Sun Bowl (likely Nevada Sports Network)
Dec 27: Pinstripe Bowl
Dec 27: Holiday Bowl
Dec 29: Liberty Bowl
Dec 29: Russell Athletic Bowl
Dec 29: Texas Bowl
Dec 30: Belk Bowl
Dec 30: San Francisco Bowl
Dec 31: Peach Bowl
Dec 31: Fiesta Bowl
Dec 31: Orange Bowl
Jan 1, 2015: Capital One Bowl
Jan 1, 2015: Cotton Bowl
Jan 1, 2015: Outback Bowl
Jan 2, 2015: Armed Forces Bowl
Jan 2, 2015: Alamo Bowl
Jan 2, 2015: Cactus Bowl
Jan 3, 2015: Birmingham  

Monday, July 21, 2014

2014 MLS Week 20 TV Schedule

 
Back by demand, it's the 2014 MLS TV Schedule. This guide will be divided into two parts this week. The first half will show all the MLS matches that take place. The second half will feature MLS teams in Friendly exhibitions that are being televised as many European Teams are over getting ready for the Guinness ICC Tournament.

Please note that there are additional matches taking place that aren't listed. As this guide focuses solely on the MLS, I wil only be posting MLS matches here, not every soccer match being televised. I will also only post the televised matches here, despite other matches (Aston Villa at FC Dallas) also taking place.

Here's your breakdown for the week. As announcing assignments are confirmed, they will be filled in here. I will only list the Spanish announcers if I know whom is calling that game. Otherwise I will leave it blank.

MLS WEEK 20 SCHEDULE
Wednesday, July 23
10:30 PM- Chicago Fire at San Jose Earthquakes (NBCSN) John Strong, Kyle Martino

Thursday, July 24
10 PM- Impact Montreal at Real Salt Lake (Univision Deportes [Esp.])
(TVA Sports [French]) Fredric Lord, Olivier Brett
(KUCW) Bill Riley, Brian Dunseth

Friday, July 25
9:30 PM- Chivas USA at Colorado Rapids (TWC Deportes [Esp.]) Ricardo Celis
(Altitude) Richard Fleming, Marcelo Balboa, Jason Kosmicki

Saturday, July 26
7 PM- Sporting Kansas City at Toronto FC  (KMCI) Callum Williams, Diego Gutierrez, Jake Yadrich
(TSN2) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos, Lee Godfrey
(RDS2 [French]

7:30 PM- Columbus Crew at New England Revolution (TWC Sports Channel Ohio) Dwight Burgess, Ashleigh Ingnelzi
(Comcast New England) Brad Feldman, Jeff Causey, Damon Amendolara

Sunday, July 27
5 PM- FC Dallas at Vancouver Whitecaps (TWC Texas) Mark Followill, Kevin Hartman
(TSN) Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos, TBA
(RDS2 [French]

8 PM- Portland Timbers at Impact Montreal (Univision Deportes [Esp.])
(ROOT Northwest) Keith Bleyer, Ross Smith, Robbie Earle
(TVA Sports [French]) Fredric Lord, Olivier Brett

Monday, July 28
10 PM- Los Angeles Galaxy at Seattle Sounders (ESPN2, TSN2) Adrian Healy, Kasey Keller
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.])

TELEVISED FRIENDLIES
Wednesday, July 23
7 PM- Tottenham Hotspur at Toronto (ESPN2) Jon Champion, Taylor Twellman, Monica Gonzales
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.]

9 PM- Manchester City at Sporting Kansas City (ESPN2) Adrian Healy, Brian Dunseth
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.]

10 PM- Manchester United at Los Angeles Galaxy (Fox Sports 1) Rob Stone, Eric Wynalda, Warren Barton, Julie Stewart-Binks
(Fox Deportes [Esp.]) John Laguna, Mariano Trujillo, Mauricio Cardenas

Saturday, July 26
5 PM- Arsenal at New York Red Bulls (ESPN2) Jon Champion, Taylor Twellman

8 PM- Tottenham Hotspur at Chicago Fire (ESPN2) Glenn Davis, Kasey Keller
(ESPN Deportes [Esp.])

2014 MLB Week 17 TV & National Radio Schedule

(English National Broadcast)
(Road Broadcast)
(Home Broadcast)
(English National Radio)
(MLB Network featured game)
(MLB Network alternate game)

Monday, July 21
7 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk

7 PM- San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer

7 PM- Texas Rangers at New York Yankees (ESPN) Dave O'Brien, Aaron Boone, Tim Kurkjian
(FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore
(YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Milwaukee Brewers (FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8 PM- Cleveland Indians at Minnesota Twins (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven

8 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

8:30 PM- Washington Nationals at Colorado Rockies (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson

9:30 PM- Detroit Tigers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Los Angeles Angels (MASN2) Gary Cohen, Jim Palmer
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- New York Mets at Seattle Mariners (SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

Tuesday, July 22
7 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Tim Neverett, Steve Blass

7 PM- San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(MLB Network, Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer

7 PM- Texas Rangers at New York Yankees (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore
(WWOR) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(MLB Network, FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

8 PM- San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(Comcast Chicago+) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Cincinnati Reds at Milwaukee Brewers (FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh
(FS Wisconsin) Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder

8 PM- Cleveland Indians at Minnesota Twins (FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning
(FS North) Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven

8 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox (FS Kansas City) Ryan Lefebvre, Rex Hudler
(Comcast Chicago) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

8 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at St. Louis Cardinals (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton

8:30 PM- Washington Nationals at Colorado Rockies (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo
(ROOT Rocky Mountain) Drew Goodman, Jeff Huson

9:30 PM- Detroit Tigers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Detroit) Mario Imepmba, Rod Allen
(FS Arizona) Steve Berthiaume, Bob Brenly

10 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Los Angeles Angels (MASN2) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Houston Astros at Oakland Athletics (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

10 PM- New York Mets at Seattle Mariners (SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

Wednesday, July 23
1 PM- Cleveland Indians at *Minnesota Twins (MLB Network, FS SportsTime Ohio) Matt Underwood, Rick Manning

2 PM- Cincinnati Reds at *Milwaukee Brewers (MLB Network, FS Ohio) Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh

2 PM- Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone

3 PM- Washington Nationals at Colorado Rockies (MASN) Bob Carpenter, FP Santangelo

3:30 PM- Detroit Tigers at Arizona Diamondbacks (FS Detroit) Mario Impemba, Rod Allen

3:30 PM- New York Mets at Seattle Mariners (SNY) Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez
(ROOT Northwest) Dave Sims, Mike Blowers

7 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at Pittsburgh Pirates (SNLA) Charley Steiner, Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra
(ROOT Pittsburgh) Greg Brown, Bob Walk

7 PM- San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies (ESPN) Steve Levy, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville
(Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer

7 PM- Texas Rangers at New York Yankees (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore
(YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves (FS Florida) Rich Waltz, Tommy Hutton
(FS SportSouth) Chip Caray, Joe Simpson

7 PM- Tampa Bay Rays at St. Louis Cardinals (FS SUN) Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson
(FS Midwest) Dan McLaughlin, Rick Horton

8 PM- San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(Comcast Chicago) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

10 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Los Angeles Angels (MASN) Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer
(FS West) Victor Rojas, Mark Gubicza

10 PM- Houston Astros at Oakland Athletics (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum
(Comcast California) Glen Kuiper, Ray Fosse

Thursday, July 24
12:30 PM- Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (NESN) Don Orsillo, Jerry Remy
(SNET) Buck Martinez, Pat Tabler

1 PM- San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies (Comcast Bay Area) Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow
(MLB Network, Comcast Philadelphia) Tom McCarthy, Jamie Moyer

1 PM -Texas Rangers at New York Yankees (FS Southwest) Steve Busby, Mark McLemore
(MLB Network, YES) Michael Kay, John Flaherty, Paul O'Neill

3:30 PM- Houston Astros at Oakland Athletics (Comcast Houston) Alan Ashby, Geoff Blum

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves (FS Florida)
(MLB Network, FS SportSouth)

8 PM- San Diego Padres at Chicago Cubs (FS San Diego) Dick Enberg, Mark Grant
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago)
(FS North)

8 PM- Cleveland Indians at Kansas City Royals (FS SportsTime Ohio)
(FS Kansas City)

8 PM- New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers (SNY)
(FS Wisconsin)

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit)
(MLB Network, FS West)

10 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Seattle Mariners (MASN)
(MLB Network, ROOT Northwest)

Friday, July 25
4 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs (FS Midwest)
(WGN) Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies

7 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Arizona)
(Comcast Philadelphia)

7 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (MLB Network) Matt Vasgersian, John Smoltz, Tom Verducci
(SNET)
(WWOR)

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays (NESN)
(MLB Network, FS SUN)

7 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (MASN)
(FS Ohio)

7:30 PM- San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves (FS San Diego)
(FS South)

8 PM- Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers (Comcast California)
(KTXA)

8 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago)
(FS North)

8 PM- Cleveland Indians at Kansas City Royals (FS SportsTime Ohio)
(FS Kansas City)

8 PM- Miami Marlins at Houston Astros (FS Florida)
(Comcast Houston)

8 PM- New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers (SNY)
(FS Wisconsin)

8:30 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies (ROOT Pittsburgh)
(ROOT Rocky Mountain)

10 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit)
(FS West)

10 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Seattle Mariners (MASN2)
(ROOT Northwest)

10 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants (SNLA)
(KNTV)

Saturday, July 26
1 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (SNET)
(MLB Network, YES)

4 PM- St. Louis Cardinals at Chicago Cubs (FS Midwest)
(Comcast Chicago)

4 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (Fox Sports 1) Kenny Albert, C.J. Nitkowski
(MASN)
(FS Ohio)

4 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Seattle Mariners (MASN2, WJZ)
(ROOT Northwest)

7 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Arizona)
(WCAU)

7 PM- Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays (NESN)
(FS SUN)

7 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (WGN) Ken Harrelson, Steve Stone
(FS North)

7 PM- Cleveland Indians at Kansas City Royals (Fox Sports 1) Justin Kutcher, Rex Hudler

7 PM- Miami Marlins at Houston Astros (FS Florida)
(Comcast Houston)

7 PM- New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers (WPIX)
(FS Wisconsin)

7 PM- San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves (FS San Diego)
(FS South)

8 PM- Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers (Comcast California)
(FS Southwest)

8 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies (ROOT Pittsburgh)
(ROOT Rocky Mountain)

x- 9 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit)
(MLB Network, FS West)

x- 9 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants (ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton
(SNLA)
(MLB Network, Comcast Bay Area)

Sunday, July 27
1 PM- Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees (TBS) Dick Stockton, Ron Darling
(SNET-1)
(YES)

1 PM- Washington Nationals at Cincinnati Reds (MASN)
(FS Ohio)

1:30 PM- Arizona Diamondbacks at Philadelphia Phillies (FS Arizona)
(Comcast Philadelphia)

1:30 PM- Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays (NESN)
(FS SUN)

2 PM- Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins (Comcast Chicago)
(FS North)

2 PM- Cleveland Indians at Kansas City Royals (FS SportsTime Ohio)
(FS Kansas City)

2 PM- Miami Marlins at Houston Astros (FS Florida)
(Comcast Houston)

2 PM- New York Mets at Milwaukee Brewers (SNY)
(FS Wisconsin)

2 PM- Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs (FS Wisconsin)
(WCIU)

3:30 PM- Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels (FS Detroit)
(FS West)

4 PM- Baltimore Orioles at Seattle Mariners (MASN2)
(ROOT Northwest)

4 PM- Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies (ROOT Pittsburgh)
(ROOT Rocky Mountain)

5 PM- San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves (FS San Diego)
(FS South)

7 PM- Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers (Comcast California)
(FS Southwest)

8 PM- Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants (ESPN) Dan Shulman, John Kruk, Buster Olney
(ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton

*- These game will be shown MLB Network in this home teams market.
x- These games will be JIP on MLB Network at 10 PM.

Sports USA to stream college football games online in 2014

Since 2008 ESPN Radio has been able to stream all their college games live online. In 2009 Compass Media Networks was created, and they started streaming all their college broadcasts live online that same season. Last year Westwood One joined the party and announced all their collegiate broadcasts, and virtually every sporting event they had the rights too outside the NFL, would be streamed online. While they do not stream their broadcasts on their website, Touchdown Radio has always allowed their affiliates to stream their broadcasts nationwide. This year Sports USA is joining the streaming crew.
 
Earlier this year Sports USA unveilied their new TuneIn Channel. On the channel they stream all of their podcasts- Conversations with Joe Morgan, The Fred Dryer Show, Leigh Steinberg on Sports, Odds Are with Jimmy Vaccaro, Snake's Takes with Jake Plummer, and Ted Soebel's Excellent Sports Adventure. Beginning this August Sports USA will use the channel for streaming of all their live broadcasts, outside of the NFL.
 
Not only will Sports USA broadcasts, outside of the NFL, be available on TuneIn, but they will also be available on Audingo and on iTunes. The live action will begin with Sports USA's presentation of the Little League World Series on August 23-24 before they begin weekly broadcasts with college football August 30 with the Arkansas/ Auburn game. The full schedule of games that will be streamed is listed below.
 
If any additional information is made known to me before this fall, I will be sure to post it. However I can assure everyone that we will have links to all the national collegiate radio games being broadcast this fall. Most of the links we use will be for TuneIn, but for fans that would like to hear the broadcasts that haven't been able to before now, this will be a great year. The only question is which games will be the most interesting to tune in for?
 
2014 SPORTS USA Live Sports Streaming Schedule
 
August 23-24: Little League World Series
Aug 30: Arkansas at Auburn
Sept 6: Virginia Tech at Ohio State
Sept 13: UCLA at Texas
Sept 20: Mississippi State at LSU
Sept 27: Florida State at NC State
Oct 2: Arizona at Oregon
Oct 4: Alabama at Ole Miss
Oct 11: LSU at Florida
Oct 18: Washington at Oregon
Oct 25: Michigan at Michigan State
Nov. 1: Arizona at UCLA
Nov 8: Ohio State at Michigan State
Nov 15: South Carolina at Florida
Nov. 22: Stanford at Cal
Nov 29: South Carolina at Clemson
Dec. 6: Kansas State at Baylor
Dec. 20: Las Vegas Bowl
Dec. 27: Independence Bowl