Friday, August 31, 2012

College Football 2012 on National Radio- Week 1

It's time folks. College Football is back on the radio, and with it comes the weekly national schedule updates. Here's the Week 1 plans from the 6 major providers. I realize I missed the Thursday Game. I will attempt to usually have this posted on Wednesday, but Touchdown radio had to choose another game after Compass Media took Miami/ Boston College from Touchdown Radio's hands. As a bonus this year, I will try and list the play-by-play teams for each game. Look forward to next week's listings.

Thursday, August 30
7 PM- South Carolina at Vanderbilt- Touchdown Radio (Frank Fangie, Gino Torretta, Roxy Bernstein)

Friday, August 31
7:30 PM- Chick-fil-A Kickoff: NC State vs. Tennessee- ESPN Radio (Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad)
8 PM- Boise State at Michigan State- Sports USA (John Ahlers, Gary Barnett)

Saturday, September 1
9:00 AM- Emerald Isle Classic: Notre Dame vs. Navy- IMG Notre Dame Radio Network (Don Criqui, Jeff Jeffers)
3 PM- Miami at Boston College- Compass Media (Gregg Daniels, Tony Hill)

6:30 PM- Chick-fil-A Kickoff: Auburn vs. Clemson- Dial Global (John Tatuges, Terry Donahue)
7:30 PM- Hawaii at USC- ESPN Radio (Rich Cellini, John Mackovic, Brett McMurphy)
8 PM- Cowboys Classic: Michigan vs. Alabama- ESPN Radio (Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, Joe Schad)

Friday, August 24, 2012

ESPN Radio finally announcs college football schedule

Yesterday ESPN Media Zone released more than 450 games that will be televised on the ESPN Family this year. Included on the list was most of the ESPN Radio schedule for 2012-13. Remember this is the first year that every USC home game will be available on ESPN Radio and ESPNRadio.com. However they will have their own separate broadcast team from the previously announced returning team of Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, and Joe Schad. Due to time conflicts, not all games will be available on every ESPN Radio affiliate. Check your local listings to see which game, if any, will be carried in your area.

Friday, August 31- 6:30 PM- Chick-fil-A Kickoff: Tennessee vs. NC State

Saturday, September 1- 7:30 PM- Hawaii at USC
8 PM- Cowboys Classic: Michigan vs. Alabama

Saturday, September 8- 3:30 PM- Florida at Texas A&M
7:30 PM- Nebraska at UCLA

Saturday, September 15- 6 PM- Florida at Tennessee

Saturday, September 22- TBD- LSU at Auburn
TBD- Cal at USC

Thursday, September 27- 9 PM- Stanford at Washington

Saturday, September 29- TBD- Tennessee at Georgia
TBD- Mississippi at Alabama

Saturday, October 6- TBD- West Virginia at Texas
TBD- LSU at Florida

Saturday, October 13- TBD- TCU at Baylor

Saturday, October 20- TBD- Michigan State at Michigan
TBD- Colorado at USC

 Saturday, October 27- 8 PM- Michigan at Nebraska

Thursday, November 1- 7:30 PM- Virginia Tech at Miami

Saturday, November 3- TBD- Missouri at Florida
TBD- Oregon at USC

Thursday, November 8- 7:30 PM- Florida State at Virginia Tech

Saturday, November 10- TBD- West Virginia at Oklahoma State
TBD- Baylor at Oklahoma
TBD- Arizona State at USC

Thursday, November 15- 7:30 PM- North Carolina at Virginia

Saturday, November 17- TBD- Iowa at Michigan
TBD- USC at UCLA

Friday, November 23- 2:30 PM- LSU at Arkansas

Saturday, November 24- TBD- Notre Dame at USC
TBD- Oklahoma State at Oklahoma

Friday, November 30- TBD- Pac-12 Championship Game

Saturday, December 1- TBD- 7:45 or 8:00 PM- Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game
TBD- Oklahoma State at Baylor

Saturday, December 15- 1 PM- New Mexico Bowl
4:30 Pm- Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

Thursday, December 20- 8 PM- Poinsettia Bowl

Friday, December 21- 7:30 PM- St. Petersburg Bowl

Saturday, December 22- Noon- New Orleans Bowl

Monday, December 24- 8 PM- Hawaii Bowl

Thursday, December 27- 9:45 PM- Holiday Bowl

Saturday, December 28- 5:30 PM- Russell Athletic Bowl
9 PM- Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas

Sunday, December 29- 3:15 PM- Pinstripe Bowl
6:45 PM- Alamo Bowl
10:15 PM- Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

Monday, December 31- 3:30 PM- Liberty Bowl
7:30 PM- Chick-fil-A Bowl

Tuesday, January 1- 1 PM- Capital One Bowl
1 PM-Outback Bowl
5 PM- Rose Bowl
8:30 PM- Orange Bowl

Wednesday, January 2- 8:30 PM- Sugar Bowl

Thursday, January 3- 8:30 PM- Fiesta Bowl

Friday, January 4- 7 PM- Cotton Bowl

Saturday, January 5- 1 PM- BBVA Compass Bowl

Monday, January 7- 8:30 PM- BCS National Championship

Additional games could still be added to the schedule, mostly Thursday and Friday night games, but this is the full announced schedule for now.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Touchdown Radio finally releases 2012 schedule

After months and months of waiting, Touchdown Radio has finally released their 2012 schedule.  One USC football game is scheduled to be broadcast by Touchdown radio, meaning at least 10 of USC's 12 games will be broadcast to a national audience. Below is the full touchdown radio schedule for 2012-13.

August 30- South Carolina at Vanderbilt
September 8- USC at Syracuse
September 15- Cal at Ohio State
September 22- Kentucky at Florida
September 29- Arkansas vs. Texas A&M
October 6- Georgia at South Carolina
October 13- Alabama at Missouri
October 20- Florida State at Miami
October 27- Mississippi State at Alabama
November 3- Michigan at Minnesota
November 10- Georgia at Auburn
November 17- Ole Miss at LSU
November 22- TCU at Texas (they have it listed on a Saturday, but the Big 12 Media Guide says it will be Thanksgiving Night)
December 1- Texas at Kansas State
December 8- TBD
December 27- Military Bowl (Touchdown Radio has had the Military Bowl every year since it started, but it would be unusual for them to do a DH)
December 27- Belk Bowl (This is a ? because last year they didn't list it on their schedule, yet they produced and broadcast the Belk Bowl nationally)
December 31- Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
January 1- Gator Bowl