Wednesday, November 23, 2022

2022 NFL Week 12 TV & National Radio Schedule

 

Thursday, November 24
12:30 PM- Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions
CBSJim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson 
CBS SAP: Armando Quintero 
Westwood OneKevin Kugler, Jim Miller 

4:30 PM- New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys 
FOX: Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olson, Erin Andrews, Tom Rinaldi 
FXDEP: Jorge Pérez-Navarro, Marco Martos
Compass MediaKevin Ray, Danny White
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke, Ross Tucker 

8:20 PM- New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings 
NBC, PeacockMike Tirico, Tony Dungy, Jason Garrett, Melissa Stark
TELE
Miguel Gurwitz, Rolando Cantú 
NBC SAP: Edgar López, René Giraldo
Westwood OneBill Rosinski, Ryan Harris
EntravisionRicardo Celis, Tony Nuñez

Sunday, November 27
1 PM- Cincinnati Bengals at Tennessee Titans 
CBSIan Eagle, Charles Davis, Evan Washburn 
CBS SAP: Benny Ricardo 
Sports USALarry Kahn, Stephen Gostowski

1 PM- Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars 
CBSAndrew Catalon, James Lofton, Amanda Renner
CBS SAP: José Antonio Melian

1 PM- Houston Texans at Miami Dolphins 
CBS: Spero Dedes, Jay Feely, Aditi Kinkhabwala
CBS SAP: Jerry Olaya 

1 PM- Chicago Bears at New York Jets
FOX: Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, Pam Oliver 
FOX SAP: 
Compass MediaChris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

1 PM- Atlanta Falcons at Washington Commanders
FOXAdam Amin, Mark Schlereth, Kristina Pink 
FOX SAP:  

1 PM- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cleveland Browns 
FOX: Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma, Shannon Spake 
FOX SAP: 
ESPN RadioSteve Levy, Max Starks, Jeff Darlington

1 PM- Denver Broncos at Carolina Panthers 
FOXChris Myers, Robert Smith, Jen Hale 
FOX SAP: 

4:05 PM- Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals 
CBSKevin Harlan, Trent Green, Melanie Collins 
CBS SAP: Nelson Fernandez 
Compass MediaBill Rosinski, Chad Brown 

4:05 PM- Las Vegas Raiders at Seattle Seahawks 
CBSGreg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta, A.J. Ross
CBS SAP: Halim Zadat

4:25 PM- Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Chiefs
FOXKevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews 
FOX SAP: 
Sports USA: Josh Appel, Mark Carrier

4:25 PM- New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers 
FOXKevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, Laura Okmin 
FOX SAP: 
ESPN RadioMarc Kestecher, Kelly Stouffer, Ian Fitzsimmons 

8:20 PM- Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles
NBC, PeacockMike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Melissa Stark
UNVSO
Adrian Garcia-Márquez, Rolando Cantú 
NBC SAP: Edgar López, René Giraldo
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke, Mike Golic
EntravisionRicardo Celis, Tony Nuñez

Monday, November 28
8:15 PM- Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts
ESPNJoe Buck, Troy Aikman, Lisa Salters
ESPNDEPEduardo Varela, Pablo Viruega, John Sutcliffe 
Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner 
EntravisionRicardo Celis, Tony Nuñez

2022 US High School Football Week 15 National TV and Streaming Schedule

 

Friday, November 25
10 AM- MHSAA D8 Championship: Ubly (MI) vs. Ottawa Lake Whitford (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Matt Shephard, Grant Perry 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit 

11 AM- IHSAA 2A Championship: Andrean (IN) vs. Evansville Mater Dei (IN)
Stadium College Central: Pat Boylan, Jan Boser, Chris May
Simulcast of Bally Indiana   

1 PM- MHSAA D2 Championship: Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central (MI) vs. Warren De La Salle Colegiate (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Matt Shephard, Justin Cessante
Simulcast of Bally Detroit 

3 PM- IHSAA 4A Championship: New Prairie (IN) vs. East Central (IN)
Stadium College Central: Mark Jaynes, Lance Scheib, Rich Nye
Simulcast of Bally Indiana   

4:30 PM- MHSAA D6 Championship: Negaunee (MI) vs. Grand Rapids West  (MI) 
Stadium College Atlantic: Dan Dickerson, John Wangler 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit 

7 PM- Carthage (TX) vs. Gilmer (TX)
Stadium College Pacific: Craig Way, Gary Reasons 
Simulcast of Bally Southwest Xtra

7 PM- IHSAA 6A Championship: Carroll Fort Wayne (IN) vs. Center Grove (IN) 
Stadium College Central: Greg Rakestraw, Joe Polizzi, Rich Nye 
Simulcast of Bally Indiana Xtra

7:30 PM- MHSAA D4 Championship: Grand Rapids South Christian (MI) vs. Goodrich (MI) 
Stadium College Atlantic: Evan Stockton, Rob Rubick 
Simulcast of Bally Sports App (Michigan)

10:30 PM- CIF Southern Section D1 Championship: Mater Dei (CA) vs. St. John Bosco (CA)
Stadium College Atlantic: Steve Quis, Greg Biggins, Anna Connelly
Simulcast of Bally SoCal  

Saturday, November 26
10 AM- MHSAA D7 Championship: Traverse City St. Francis (MI) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Matt Shephard, Rob Rubick 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit

11 AM- IHSAA 1A Championship: Adams Central (IN) vs. Indianapolis Lutheran (IN)
Stadium College Central: Jerry Baker, Jan Boser, Chris May
Simulcast of Bally Indiana

1 PM- MHSAA D1 Championship: Caledonia (MI) vs. Belleville (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Matt Shephard, Rob Rubick 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit 

3 PM- IHSAA 3A Championship: Indianapolis Bishop Chatard (IN) vs. Lawrenceburg (IN)
Stadium College Central: Mark Jaynes, Lance Scheib, Pat Boylan 
Simulcast of Bally Indiana

4:30 PM- MHSAA D5 Championship: Gladwin (MI) vs. Frankenmuth (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Dan Dickerson, Justin Cessante
Simulcast of Bally Detroit 

7 PM- IHSAA 5A Championship: Valparaiso (IN) at Whiteland (IN)
Stadium College Central: Greg Rakestraw, Joe Polizzi, Pat Boylan 
Simulcast of Bally Indiana  

7:30 PM- MHSAA D3 Championship: Muskegon (MI) at Detroit Martin Luther King (MI)
Stadium College Atlantic: Evan Stockton, Grant Perry 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit Xtra

Sunday, November 27
Noon- Legacy All-Star Game
Stadium College Atlantic: Matt Shephard, Devin Gardner 
Simulcast of Bally Detroit

Rudy Martzke's Around the Dial Bowl Game Assignments

 

ESPN will have “The Voice of the Bahamas Bowl” Steve Levy, Joey Galloway, and Kris Budden on the call of the Bahamas Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 16 at 11:30am ET.

ESPN Radio will have Kevin Winter and Jack Ford on the call of the Bahamas Bowl Friday, December 16 at 11:30am ET. 

ESPN will have Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, and Stormy Buonantony on the call of the Cure Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 16 at 3pm ET. 

ESPN will have Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, and Kelsey Riggs on the call of the Fenway Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 11am ET. 

ABC will have Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker, and Tiffany Blackmon on the call of the Celebration Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at high noon. 

ESPN Radio will have Courtney Lyle, Max Starks, and Harry Lyles Jr. on the call of the Celebration Bowl Saturday, December 17. 

ESPN will have Anish Shroff, Brock Osweiler, and Taylor McGregor on the call of the New Mexico Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 2:15pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Jay Alter and Dave Steckel on the call of the New Mexico Bowl Saturday, December 17. 

ABC will have Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, and Molly McGrath on the call of the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 3:30pm ET

ESPN Radio will have Jorge Sedano and Rod Gilmore on the call of the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl Saturday, December 17. 

ESPN will have Mike Monaco, Matt Stinchcomb, and Alyssa Lang on the call of the Lending Tree Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 5:45pm ET. 

ABC will have Dave Pasch, Kirk Herbstreit, and Laura Rutledge on the call of the Las Vegas Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 7:30pm ET. 

ESPN will have the longtime voice of the SEC Dave Neal, Deuce McAllister, and Andraya Carter on the call of the Frisco Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 17 at 9:15 pm ET. 

ESPN will have Mike Morgan, Eric MacLain, and Tera Talmadge on the call of the Myrtle Beach Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Monday, December 19 at 2:30pm ET. 

ESPN will have Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman, and Dawn Davenport on the call of the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Tuesday, December 20 at 3:30pm ET. 

ESPN will have Anish Shroff, Tim Hasselbeck, and Ashley ShahAhmadi on the call of the Boca Raton Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Tuesday, December 20 at 7:30pm ET

ESPN Radio will have Chris Carlin and Rene Ingoglia on the call of the Boca Raton Bowl Tuesday, December 20. 

ESPN will have Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, and Taylor Davis on the call of the New Orleans Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Wednesday, December 21 at 9pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Mike Corey and Forrest Conoly on the call of the New Orleans Bowl Wednesday, December 21. 

ESPN will have Brian Custer, Dustin Fox, and Lauren Sisler on the call of the Armed Forces Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Thursday, December 22 at 7:30pm ET. 

ESPN will have the longtime voice of the SEC Dave Neal, Deuce McAllister, and Harry Lyles Jr. on the call of the Independence Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 23 at 3pm ET. 

ESPN will have Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, and Lericia Harris on the call of the Gasparilla Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 23 at 6:30pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Kevin Winter and Jack Ford on the call of the Hawai’i Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Christmas Eve at 8pm ET. 

ESPN will have stars John Schriffen, Rene Ingoglia, and Tera Talmadge on the call of the Quick Lane Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Monday, December 26 at 2:30pm ET. 

ESPN will have Drew Carter, Aaron Murray, and Lauren Sisler on the call of the Camellia Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Tuesday, December 27 at high noon. 

ESPN will have Mike Monaco, the keen insights of Charles “Buck” Arbuckle, and Nicole Rigoni on the call of the First Responders Bowl Tuesday, December 27. 

ESPN will have Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker, and Jaylyn Johnson on the call of the Birmingham Bowl Tuesday, December 27. 

ESPN will have Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, and Stormy Buonantony on the call of the Guaranteed Rate Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Tuesday, December 27 at 10:15pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Mike Couzens, Max Starks, and Taylor McGregor on the call of the Guaranteed Rate Bowl Tuesday, December 27. 

ESPN will have Kevin Brown, Hutson Mason, and Marilyn Payne on the call of the Military Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Wednesday, December 28 at 2pm ET. 

ESPN will have Dave O’Brien, Dan Mullen, and Kelsey Riggs on the call of the Liberty Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Wednesday, December 28 at 5:30pm ET.  

ESPN Radio will have Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman, and Tera Talmadge on the call of the Liberty Bowl Wednesday, December 28. 

ESPN will have Roy Philpott, Andre Ware, and Paul Carcaterra on the call of the Texas Bowl. Kickoff I scheduled Wednesday, December 28 at 9pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Marc Kestecher, Kelly Stouffer, and Ian Fitzsimmons on the call of the Texas Bowl Wednesday, December 28. 

ESPN will have Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, and Taylor Davis on the call of the Pinstripe Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Thursday, December 29 at 2pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Chris Carlin, Mark Herzlich, and Dawn Davenport on the call of the Pinstripe Bowl Thursday, December 29. 

ESPN will have Multi-Sport star Tom Hart, Keen insights of Jordan Rodgers and the analyst the breaks down film like no other in Cole Cubelic on the call of the Alamo Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Thursday, December 29 at 9pm ET. 

ESPN Radio will have Jorge Sedano, Dustin Fox, and Ian Fitzsimmons on the call of the Alamo Bowl Thursday, December 29. 

ESPN will have Anish Shroff, Brock Osweiler, and Andraya Carter on the call of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 30 at high noon. 

ESPN Radio will have the Astute Bill Roth, the keen insights of Charles “Buck” Arbuckle, and Kelsey Riggs on the call of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl Friday, December 30. 

ESPN will have Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, and Alyssa Lang on the call of the Gator Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Friday, December 30 at 3:30pm ET. 

ABC will have Matt Barrie, Louis Riddick, and Harry Lyles Jr. on the call of the Music City Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Saturday, December 31 at high noon. 

ESPN2 will have Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, and Tiffany Blackmon on the call of the ReliaQuest Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled Monday, January 2 at high noon. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

2022-23 College Football Week 13 National TV, Streaming, & Radio Schedule

 

Additional information will be filled in when it is made available. All assignments are subject to change. 

Tuesday, November 22
7 PM- Bowling Green at Ohio
ESPN2: Connor Onion, Craig Haubert

7 PM- Ball State at Miami (OH)
ESPN+: Michael Reghi, Jerod Cherry

Thursday, November 24
3 PM- UAPB at Alabama State
ESPN+: Butch Alsandor, Jorge Vargas

7 PM- Mississippi State at Ole Miss
ESPN: Matt Barrie, Louis Riddick, Harry Lyles Jr. 

Friday, November 25
Noon- Utah State at Boise State
CBS, PARA+: Rich Waltz, Aaron Taylor, Amanda Guerra 

Noon- Tulane at Cincinnati
ABC, ESPN3: Roy Philpott, Andre Ware, Paul Carcaterra 

Noon- Baylor at Texas
ESPN: Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III, Quint Kessenich 

Noon- Toledo at Western Michigan
ESPNU: Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia 

Noon- Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan
CBSSN: Alex Del Barrio, Donte Whitner

3 PM- Arizona State at Arizona
FS1: Adam Alexander, Devin Gardner 

3:30 PM- Arkansas at Missouri
CBS, PARA+: Tom McCarthy, Rick Neuheisel, Sherree Burruss

3:30 PM- NC State at North Carolina 
ABC, ESPN3: Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek, Tom Luginbill 

3:30 PM- New Mexico at Colorado State 
CBSSN: John Sadak, Randy Cross 

4 PM- Nebraska at Iowa
B1G: Brandon Gaudin, Jake Butt, Rick Pizzo

4:30 PM- UCLA at Cal
FOX: Dan Hellie, Petros Papadakis 

7:30 PM- Florida at Florida State 
ABC, ESPN3: Anish Shroff, Brock Osweiler, Taylor McGregor 
Touchdown Radio: Brett Dolan, Lamar Thomas

10 PM- Wyoming at Fresno State 
FS1: Guy Haberman, Will Blackmon 

Saturday, November 26
Noon- South Carolina at Clemson 
ABC, ESPN3: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Molly McGrath 

Noon- Michigan at Ohio State 
FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Tom Rinaldi 
Westwood One: J.P. Shadrick, Derek Rackley 

Noon- Georgia Tech at Georgia
ESPN: Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Kris Budden 

Noon- West Virginia at Oklahoma State 
ESPN2: Jay Alter, Charles Arbuckle 

Noon- Coastal Carolina at James Madison 
ESPNU: Drew Carter, Aaron Murray 

Noon- Rutgers at Maryland 
B1G: Jason Ross Jr., Matt McGloin 

Noon- Western Kentucky at FAU 
CBSSN: Chris Hassel, Robert Turbin

Noon- Georgia State at Marshall
ESPN+: Chad Bush, Doug Chapman 

Noon- New Mexico State at Liberty
ESPN+: Matt Warner, Joe Jauch, Emily Austen 

Noon- Army West Point at UMass
ESPN+: Jay Burnham, Andy Gresh, Matt Goldstein 

Noon- Old Dominion at South Alabama 
ESPN+: J.D. Byars, Pat Greenwood 

1 PM- Kent State at Buffalo
ESPN+: Michael Reghi, Je'Rod Cherry

1 PM- ECU at Temple 
ESPN+: Richard Cross, Taylor McHargue

1:30 PM- Akron at Northern Illinois 
ESPN3: Jim Barbar, Ryan Cavanaugh 

2 PM- Southern vs. Grambling 
NBC, Peacock: Chris Lewis, Anthony Herron, Lewis Johnson, Corey Robinson 

2 PM- Rice at North Texas 
ESPN+: Kyle Youmans, Hek'ma Harrison 

3 PM- Louisville at Kentucky
SEC: Dave Neal, Deuce McAllister, Andraya Carter 

3:30 PM- Oregon at Oregon State 
ABC, ESPN3: Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Tiffany Blackmon 
ESPN Radio: Mike Couzens, Max Starks 

3:30 PM- Auburn at Alabama 
CBS, PARA+: Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, Jenny Dell 
Compass Media: T.J. Rives, Tiki Barber 

3:30 PM- Minnesota at Wisconsin
ESPN: Brian Custer, Dustin Fox, Lauren Sisler 

3:30 PM- Memphis at SMU
ESPN2: Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Lericia Harris 

3:30 PM- Troy at Arkansas State 
ESPNU: Justin Kutcher, Hutson Mason 

3:30 PM- Wake Forest at Duke
ACCN: Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Taylor Davis 

3:30 PM- Purdue at Indiana
B1G: Cory Provus, Matt Millen, Elise Menaker 

3:30 PM- Illinois at Northwestern
B1G: Chris Vosters, Brock Vereen, Meghan McKeown

3:30 PM- UAB at Louisiana Tech 
CBSSN: Carter Blackburn, Tom Herman 

3:30 PM- UTEP at UTSA
Stadium: Ari Wolfe, Bob Davie

3:30 PM- Hawai'i at San Jose State 
SPEC PPV, Team1 Sports App: Kanoa Leahey, Rich Miano

4 PM- Iowa State at TCU
FOX: Jason Benetti, Brock Huard, Allison Williams 
Learfield: Sloane Martin, Mike Golic Jr. 

4 PM- Michigan State at Penn State 
FS1: Noah Eagle, Mark Helfrich 

4 PM- Utah at Colorado 
P12, P12 MTN: Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth 

5 PM- Louisiana at Texas State 
ESPN+: Brant Freeman, Keith Moreland, Koral Riggs 

5 PM- Southern Miss at UL Monroe 
ESPN+: Nick White, Desmund Lighten

6 PM- Nevada at UNLV
Silver State Sports & Entertainment,  MW Net: Matt Neverett, Steve Cofield

6 PM- Middle Tennessee at FIU
ESPN3: AJ Ricketts, Cory Brooks

6 PM- Appalachian State at Georgia Southern 
ESPN+: Danny Waugh, Cole Neely, Emily Grace McWhorter

7 PM- LSU at Texas A&M 
ESPN: Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Katie George
Compass Media: Troy Clardy, Steve Beuerlein 

7 PM- UCF at USF
ESPN2: Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang

7:30 PM- Notre Dame at USC
ABC, ESPN3: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Holly Rowe
ESPN Radio: Marc Kestecher, Kelly Stouffer, Ian Fitzsimmons 

7:30 PM- Oklahoma at Texas Tech
FS1: Eric Collins, Devin Gardner 

7:30 PM- Tulsa at Houston
ESPNU: Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, Stormy Buonantony

7:30 PM- Tennessee at Vanderbilt
SEC: Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

7:30 PM- Syracuse at Boston College 
ACC RSN, ESPN3: Tom Werme, James Bates, Wiley Ballard

8 PM- Kansas at Kansas State 
FOX: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman 

8 PM- Pitt at Miami (FL)
ACCN: Dave O'Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Kelsey Riggs

9 PM- Air Force at San Diego State 
CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Ross Tucker, Brandon Baylor

10:30 PM- Washington at Washington State 
ESPN: Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman, Dawn Davenport

11 PM- BYU at Stanford
FS1: Alex Faust, Petros Papadakis 
BYU RadioGreg Wrubell, Riley Nelson, Mitchell Juergens

FCS PLAYOFFS
Saturday, November 26
Noon- Elon at Furman 
ESPN+: James Westling, Forrest Conoly 

2 PM- St. Francis at Delaware 
ESPN+: Sam Neidermann, Adam Brenemen

2 PM- Fordham at New Hampshire 
ESPN+: Ben Shulman, Craig Haubert 

2 PM- Davidson at Richmond
ESPN+: David Saltzman, Leger Douzable

4 PM- North Dakota at Weber State
ESPN+: Ted Emrich, Tyoka Jackson 

5 PM- Gardner-Webb at Eastern Kentucky 
ESPN+: Noah Reed, Marcus Ray 

7 PM- Idaho at Southeastern Louisiana 
ESPN+: Jack Benjamin, LaDarrin McLane 

10 PM- Southeast Missouri at Montana 
ESPN2: Connor Onion, Jay Walker 

Monday, November 21, 2022

News and Notes and Broadcast Assignments by Rudy Martzke (Nov 19-20, 2022 edition)

 

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday Season, the NFL and Pro will be combined this week in News  and Notes.

Oops Award: SEC Network’s Taylor Zarzour gretting SEC Network viewers for Vanderbilt/Florida with, "With the College Football Hall of Famer Matt Stinchcomb, I'm Alyssa Lang ..." (Zarzour quickly corrected himself and noted that Lang was on the field.).

Funniest line: SEC Network’s Matt Stinchcomb, after a Florida running back slips on the turf and takes a loss at Vanderbilt's FirstStar Stadium, “Credit that new Vanderbilt logo with the tackle."

Strongest comment: SEC Network’s Matt Stinchcomb, after an unnecessary roughness call on Florida keeps a Vanderbilt drive alive, “There's refs all over the field. It's stupid to do it like that. You shove a guy right in the back right in front of a white hat, for cryin' out loud”

Top information: SECN’s Taylor Zarzour, immediately after Florida fumbles a Vanderbilt punt & the ball goes into the end zone, setting off a mad scramble, “Live ball! It's a Vanderbilt touchdown if they have it; it's a touchback for Florida if they do."

Funniest comment: Fox Sports Jason Benetti after seeing a Baylor sign calling for a Horned Frog lunch, "Nothing better than a good meal to go with College football. So glad we got to see the menu there."

Best exchange: Fox Sports Jason Benetti and Brock Huard

Benetti: "On 4th and 2 it's punt time."
Huard: "You say that so confidently. "
Benetti: "They're running on the field. I hope I'm right. "
Huard: "I never know."

Funniest exchange: Bally Sports South's Tom Werme and James Bates having fun with the fact that Burt Reynolds went to FSU. 

Werme quips,”It’s been The Longest Yard for Louisiana. 

Bates retorts,”FSU might be The Best Little Defense in Florida!”

Best Timing Award: Fox Sports Brock Huard noting Baylor needs to get the TE’s involved in the game. Next play was a Baylor touchdown to Baylor’s TE Kelsey Johnson.

Funniest line: ABC’s Sean McDonough quips, after a 1924 clip of Red Grange was shown, “I think our friend Bill Raftery called this game back in 1924.”

Best stat: ABC’s Sean McDonough telling viewers at the end of the 3rd Quarter with Illinois leading Michigan, 17-10, that Michigan hasn’t trailed after 3 Quarters all year.

Best stat: BYUtv's Dave McCann telling viewers that BYU has 21 defensive starters out with injury coming into today.

Best line: CBS Sports Gary Danielson, after Georgia QB Stetson Bennett IV throws an interception vs. Kentucky, “The Gunslinger fired his gun way late on this one."

Best nugget: SEC Network’s Dave Neal telling viewers that credit should be given to former Auburn HC Gus Malzahn for the hiring of Cadillac Williams. Neal noted Williams was tied up for USFL duties and Malzahn fly to Texas to interview him.

Top nugget: SEC Network’s Dave Neal telling viewers that new Auburn AD John Cohen during interviews for coaches asks 58 questions. 

Neal, who has decades of calling SEC football, should get a look as top play by play voice when the network gets the inventory of games from CBS.

Dreaded Glitch Award: SEC Network’s Tom Hart interview with Lane Kiffin was going in and out. Hart mic issue continues. Eventually Cole Cubelic had to do play by play until the mic issues could be resolved. 

Best exchange: ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler as South Carolina goes up 28-14 on visiting Tennessee in 2Q. 

Herbstreit: "You go on the road in the SEC, you better bring your fastball." 

Fowler: "You better bring your defense, that's for sure."

Top observation: SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic notes on a missed 3rd Down botched possession by Ole Miss, “I don’t think Casey Kelly (TE) knew the play when it was snapped.”

Top explanation: Fox Sports Dean Blandino did an excellent job explaining that while 2 feet are needed in bounds to show possession in the pro's, in college it is only 1 body part. An arm or elbow is just as good as a foot or knee.

Enough is Enough: SEC Network’s Tom Hart has referenced how cold it is on the field 11 times already through a quarter and a minute and a half. 

No complaints from Cubelic that does it weekly nor Jordan Rodgers. All are at field level for the game.

Dread Glitch Award: SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic’s mic stops during mid sentence discussing Charlie Weis Jr.

Class act: ESPN’s Chris Fowler paying homage to the passing of directors Ralph Mole and Jay Mullan  that we’re ESPN originals. Both covered multiple sports for the network and both won multiple Emmy’s

Condolences to both families.

Top explanation: ESPN’s rules analyst Bill LeMonnier explaining that getting up under the helmet the openings is a personal foul face mask penalty.

Best line: ESPN’s Chris Fowler, as South Carolina goes up 56-31 on Tennessee: "This is an historic night for this Gamecock offense, and they are putting a skunking on the 5th-ranked Vols."

Best line: Fox Sports Gus Johnson, after UCLA throws an interception to seal USC’s victory in an instant classic thriller 48-45, “Their dreams of a College Football Playoff still alive.”

Homework Award: Fox Sports Tim Brando telling viewers when Iowa went up 10-0 over Minnesota that was huge in this matchup. Final score was 13-10. Iowa won the game.

Top analysis: Fox Sports Spencer Tillman noting that Iowa needs in the air to their running backs as it will create matchup with LB as they should that more often than not.

Best line: Fox Sports Tim Brando, “Iowa, its admiration, coaching staff they know who they are. They are well aware of what their program is all about and they are the envy of many teams around the country.”

Funniest exchange: Fox Sports Tim Brando to Spencer Tillman, “Do you know we have Petros in the studio today?  
Tillman quips, “Do we really? So we have a Greek QB tonight?” 
Brando retorts. “In honor of Kaliakmanis (Minnesota QB).”

Best moment: Fox Sports Tim Brando, w/his years of instincts understanding that winning teams win regardless of their weakness on offense may score with their defense. Two plays later Iowa intercepts. It should have been a pick 6.  It was the D as noted that led to the winning FG

Dreaded Glitch Award: Patriots/Jets at Gillette Stadium has been delayed to 1:10 p.m ET due to technical issues. Those with DirecTV may have been wondering or for those that get the game in their region.

Best moment: Fox Sports Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma having a Turducken brought up to the booth and Vilma explained the way the Turducken was put together and both delved in and ate a piece.

Best nugget: Fox Sports Kenny Albert telling viewers the Turducken made its debut in 1989 in a game between the Saints/Rams. Ironically, Albert, Vilma, and Spake are on the call.

Best Timing Award: CBS Sports Andrew Catalon telling viewers the Bills WR Stefon Diggs had not caught a pass in the 1st half. Next play was a catch for a touchdown by Diggs.

Best Timing Award: Fox Sports Chris Myers, on a 4th & 3 for the Texans, tells viewers that Texans QB Davis Mills was more than capable in this situation to run for it and get the 1st Down. Next play was a run for a 1st by Mills.

Top stat: Fox Sports Kevin Kugler noting Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh isn’t afraid to challenge. He’s thrown the red flag 116 times in his career.

Best info: Fox Sports Dean Blandino, during Panthers/Ravens, explaining on a touchback call that a player once a player touches the goal line he must reestablish himself to down the ball. It was overturned by replay.

Best Maddenism: Fox Sports Kevin  Burkhardt and Greg Olsen. 

Burkhardt, “If, the Colts and Lions hold on, the NFC East is truly up for grabs down the stretch. "

Olsen: "What was it John Madden used to say? Thanksgiving is when the season truly begins."

Top stat: Fox Sports Kevin Burkhardt telling viewers that NY Giants kicker Graham Gano is 0/2 on Extra Point attempts today.

Funniest exchange: Fox Sports Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez after Lamar Jackson punted the ball in frustration for a delay of game penalty. 

Kugler: “Lamar knows the theme today. That’s what we’ve done all day. I can punt. Watch! 

Sanchez: Team USA sign him up! 

Game is 3-3.

Incredible stat: Fox Sports Kevin Kugler telling viewers that the Ravens have led in every game this season by 10 points or more in the 4th Quarter.

Top stat: Fox Sports Kevin Burkhardt reveals the last time the Lions won 3 in a row was 2017.

Funniest exchange: Fox Sports Kevin Kugler & Mark Sanchez, after a punter comparison was on screen in Ravens/Panther game

Sanchez: “I’ve never seen a punter comparison or graphic before like that.” All new demographic.” 

Kugler laughs & quips, “Watching for the punters in bars”

Top stat: Fox Sports Kevin Kugler reveals that coming into today the Ravens had the second worst 4th quarter differential (-45) ahead of only the Rams.

Top stat: CBS Sports Tony Romo told viewers the Dallas' scoring troubles are based largely off their 3rd down percentage: 37%, good for 25th in the NFL.

Top stat: CBS Sports Jim Nantz revealed that the PI called on Dallas on Minnesota's 2nd series was only the 2nd PI called against the Dallas D this season.

Top stat: CBS Sports Jim Nantz notes the Cowboys D is the only D to have not given up an opening quarter TD this season.

Funniest line: CBS Greg Gumbel, after Bengals kicker Evan McPherson skipped past the ball when it blew over while he was approaching it, “Looked like something out of a 'Peanuts' cartoon."

Top stat: CBS Sports Tony Romo shares that the Cowboys are the only team in the NFL with 2 RB's with 4+ TD's rushing this season (Zeke & Pollard).

Strongest comment: CBS Sports Adam Archuleta as Bengals QB Joe Burrow has time to find open receivers vs. Pittsburgh: "If the 4 guts up front can get to Burrow, then you at least have a chance. So far, the pressure really hasn't been there."

Top nugget: CBS Sports Jim Nantz telling viewers that Vikings Head Coach Kevin O’Connell worked in 2014 for CBS Sports. O’Connell was teamed with Ben Holden calling College Football games on CBS Sports Network.

Strongest comment: Fox Sport Mark Schlereth declaring, “Derek Carr and his receivers on not on the same page other than Devante Adams.”

Strongest comment: CBS Sports Adam Archuleta, as the Steelers face 2nd and 13 against the Bengals, “Their 1st down plays have not been good enough to be able to put them in a situation where they can extend their drives."

Top production: CBS, moments after Steelers' TJ Watt intercepts Bengals' Joe Burrow at the line of scrimmage, shows replay of him doing the same thing in the 2 teams' season opener.

Clever line: Fox Sports Adam Amin, as Raiders/Broncos are going into OT, “Al Michaels is still having nightmares about that Week 5 Denver/Indianapolis game that went to OT that ended in a Colts won.”

Best stat: CBS Sports Jim Nantz says the largest margin of loss by an 8-1 team at home was 40 points.

Best stat: Despite an 8-2 record, CBS Sports Tony Romo reveals the Minnesota Vikings have a negative point total of -2 after losing by 37 to Dallas. They had a +35 differential coming in.

Best stat: CBS Sports Jim Nantz revealed the Cowboys 40-3 win is the largest road win in Cowboys history.

Top reporting: NBC Sports Melissa Stark quickly getting an injury update on Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

Best info: NBC Sports Melissa Stark telling viewers Chiefs DB Juan Thornhill is wearing custom cleats tonight in memory of the horrific events at the University of Virginia last Sunday.  Thornhill is an alumnus of the school.

Hustle Award: Broadcaster Pete Medhurst, on Friday, called Navy’s OT win in Annapolis for Men’s Basketball. Medhurst caught a 10:45pm flight to Orlando to call Navy’s Football win over top ranked UCF (#20). Flew back to Annapolis to call Navy’s win over Youngstown State in hoops.

AROUND THE DIAL
CBS Sports will have Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson on the call for the Thanksgiving matchup between the Bills/Lions.

CBS Sports will have Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, and Evan Washburn on the call Sunday for Bengals/Titans.

CBS Sports will have multi-sport talent Andrew Catalon, keen analysis of James Lofton, and Amanda Renner on the call for Ravens/Jaguars.

CBS Sports will have multi-sport star Spero Dedes, Jay Feely, and Aditi Kinkhabwala on the call for Texans/Dolphins.

CBS Sports will have Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins on the call for Chargers/Cardinals.

CBS Sports will have Greg Gumbel, Adam Archeleta, and AJ Ross on the call for Raiders/Seahawks.

Fox Sports will have Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews, and Tom Rinaldi on the call on Thanksgiving for Giants/Cowboys.

Fox Sports will have Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma, and ace reporter on the call for Buccaneers/Browns.

Fox Sports will have the voice of the World Series for generations to come in Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, and Pam Oliver on the call for Bears/Jets.

Fox Sports will have the best interviewer in the business in Chris Myers, Robert Smith, and Jen Hale on the call for Broncos/Panthers.

Fox Sports will have multi-sport star Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, and best story teller in Laura Okmin on the call for Saints/49ers.

Fox Sports will have Adam Amin, Mark “Stink” Schlereth, and Kristina Pink on the call for Falcons/Commanders.

Fox Sports will have Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, and Erin Andrews on the call for Rams/Chiefs.

Fox Sports will have NASCAR guru Adam Alexander and Devin Gardner on the call Friday for Arizona St/Arizona. Game coverage begins at 3pm ET on FS1.

Fox Sports will have Guy Haberman and Will Blackmon on the call Friday for the matchup between Wyoming/Fresno State. Coverage begins at 10pm ET.

Fox Sports will have underrated Dan Hellie and one of the best analysts that knows each players high school and what they accomplished in Petros Papadakis. on the call between UCLA/Cal. Game is Friday with coverage starting at 4pm on FOX.

Fox Sports will have Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, and Tom Rinaldi on the call for Michigan/Ohio State. Coverage begins at high noon.

Fox Sports will have Jason Benetti, Brock Huard, and Allison Williams on the call for Iowa State/TCU. Coverage begins at 4pm ET. Game is the 2nd game of the triple header on FOX.

Fox Sports will have the voice of generations to come in Noah “Baby Bird Eagle, and Mark Helfrich on the call Saturday for Michigan State/Penn State. Coverage starts at 4pm ET on FS1.

Fox Sports will have Eric Collins and Devin Gardner on the call for Oklahoma/Texas Tech. Game coverage starts at 7:30pm ET on FS1.

Fox Sports will have the most prepared duo in the business in Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman on the call for the Sunflower Showdown between Kansas/Kansas State. Game coverage starts at 8pm ET and the last game of the triple header on FOX.

Fox Sports will have the multi-sport star Alex Faust and Petros Papadakis on the call late night Saturday night for BYU/Stanford. Game coverage begins at 11pm ET on FS1.

ESPNU will have the High School Game of the Week broadcast team of Connor Onion and Craig Haubert on the call of Bowling Green/Ohio Tuesday. Kickoff is scheduled at 7pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Michael Reghi and Jerod Cherry on the call of Ball State/Miami (OH) Tuesday. Kickoff is scheduled at 7pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Butch Alsandor and Jorge Vargas on the call of UAPB/Alabama State Thanksgiving afternoon. Kickoff is scheduled at 3pm ET.

ESPN will have Matt Barrie, Louis Riddick, and Harry Lyles Jr. on the call of Mississippi State/Ole Miss Thanksgiving night Egg Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled at 7pm ET.

Black Friday’s Early Affair features Tulane/Cincinnati live on ABC at high noon. Roy Philpott, Andre Ware, and Paul Carcaterra will be on the call.

ESPN will have Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III, and Quint Kessenich on the Lone Star State’s Black Friday Showdown between Baylor/Texas. Game kicks off at high noon.

 ESPN+ will have Nick White and Desmund Lighten on the call of Southern Miss/UL Monroe Saturday. The UL Monroe production kicks off at 5pm ET.

ABC will have Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, and Tiffany Blackmon on the call of Oregon/Oregon State Saturday. Game kicks off at 3:30pm ET.

ESPN will have Brian Custer. Dustin Fox, and Lauren Sisler on the the for Minnesota/Wisconsin..

ESPNU will have Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, and Stormy Buonantony on the call of Tulsa/Houston Saturday. Game kicks off at 7:30pm ET.

ESPN Radio will have Marc Kestecher, Kelly Stouffer, and Ian Fitzsimmons on the call of Notre Dame/USC Saturday.

ACC Network will have Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, and Kelsey Riggs on the call of Pitt/Miami Saturday. Game kicks off at 8pm ET.

SEC Network will have the best trio in the business in multi-sport star Tom Hart, Ken insights of Jordan Rodgers, and the analyst that breaks down film like no one else in Cole Cubelic on the call of Tennessee/Vanderbilt Saturday. Game kicks off at 7:30pm ET.

ABC will have Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Holly Rowe on the call of Notre Dame/USC Saturday. Game kicks at 7:30pm ET.

ESPN will have Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman, Dawn Davenport on the call for Washington/Washington State.

ESPN2 will have Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, and Alyssa Lang on the call of UCF/South Florida Saturday. Game kicks off at 7pm ET.

ESPN will have Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, and Katie George on the call of LSU/Texas A&M Saturday. Game kicks off at 7pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Danny Waugh, Cole Neely, and Emily Grace McWhorter on the call of Appalachian State/Georgia Southern Saturday. The Georgia Southern production kicks off at 6pm ET.

ESPN3 will have AJ Ricketts and Cory Brooks on the call of Middle Tennessee/FIU Saturday. The FIU production kicks off at 6pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Brant Freeman, Keith Moreland, and Koral Riggs on the call of Louisiana/Texas State Saturday. The Texas State production kicks off at 5pm ET.

ESPN will have Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, and Taylor Davis on the call of  Wake Forest/Duke Saturday.

ESPN Radio will have Mike Couzens and Max Starks on the call of Oregon/Oregon State Saturday. Game kicks off at 3:30pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Roger Twibell, Pete Cordelli, and Cori Keller on the call of Troy/Arkansas State Saturday. The Arkansas State production kicks off at 3pm ET.

SEC Network will have Dave Neal, Deuce McAllister, and Andraya Carter on the call of Louisville/Kentucky Saturday. Game kicks off Saturday at 3pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Kyle Youmans and Hek’ma Harrison on the call of Rice/North Texas Saturday. Game kicks off at 2pm ET.

ESPN+ will have Richard Cross and Taylor McHargue on the call of East Carolina/Temple Saturday. Game kicks off at 1pm ET.

ESPN+ will have J.D. Byars and Pat Greenwood on the call of Old Dominion/South Alabama. This South Alabama production kicks off at high noon.

ESPN+ will have Jay Burnham, Andy Gresh, and Matt Goldstein on the call of Army/UMass. This UMass production kicks off at high noon.

ESPN+ will have Matt Warner, Joe Jauch, and Emily Austen on the call of New Mexico State/Liberty. The Liberty Flames Sports Network broadcast kicks off at high noon.

ESPNU will have Drew Carter and Aaron Murray on the call of Coastal Carolina/James Madison Saturday. Game kicks off at high noon.

ESPN+ will have Chad Bush and Doug Chapman on the call of Georgia State/Marshall. This Marshall production kicks off at high noon.

ESPN will have Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, and Kris Budden on the call of Georgia Tech/Georgia Saturday. Game kicks off at high noon.

ESPN2 will have Jay Alter and Charles “Buck” Arbuckle on the call of West Virginia/Oklahoma State Saturday. Game kicks off at high noon.

ABC will have Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, and Molly McGrath on the call of Palmetto Bowl between South Carolina/Clemson Saturday. Game kicks off at high noon.

ABC’s Black Friday triple header concludes with the Florida/Florida State rivalry. Anish Shroff, Brock Osweiler, and Taylor McGregor will be on the call. Game kicks off at 7:30pm ET.

ABC will have Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek, and Tom Luginbill on the call of North Carolina/NC State Black Friday. Games kicks off at 3:30pm ET.

ESPNU will have Mike Corey and Rene Ingoglia on the call of Toledo/Western Michigan Black Friday at high noon.

Westwood One will have the astute Bill Rosinski and Ryan Harris on the call on Thanksgiving night for Patriots/Vikings.

Compass Media will have Kevin Ray and Danny White on the call of Giants/Cowboys Thanksgiving afternoon. 

Compass Media will have Chris Carrino and Brian Baldinger on the call Sunday for Bears/Jets.

Compass Media will have Bill Rosinski and Chad Brown on the call Sunday for Chargers/Cardinals.

Saturday, November 19, 2022

2022 NCAA D1 Men's Soccer Tournament Round 2 Streaming schedule

 

Sunday, November 20
Noon- Indiana vs. St. Louis
ESPN+: Jack Edwards, Griffin Epstein, Brianna Blaylock 

1 PM- Pitt vs. Akron
ESPN+: Dave Bacon

1 PM- Virginia vs. Marshall
ESPN+: Jake Griffitt

1 PM- Duke vs. Denver
ESPN+: Dean Linke 

2 PM- Cornell vs. Maryland
ESPN+: Sean Cabrera, Matthew Furman 

2 PM- Syracuse vs. Penn
ESPN+: Ian Unsworth, Dean Foti

3 PM- Lipscomb vs. Western Michigan
ESPN+: Wes Boling, Jalil Anibaba

6 PM- Kentucky vs. USF 
ESPN+: Josh Braun, Gavin Colton 

6 PM- UNCG vs. Ohio State
ESPN+: Ty Collins, Sari Rose 

6 PM- FIU vs. New Hampshire
ESPN+: AJ Ricketts, Alejandro Gonzales 

6 PM- Clemson vs. UCLA
ESPN+: Don Munson, Kevin Kennedy 

7 PM- Tulsa vs. Georgetown
ESPN+: Jeremie Poplin

8 PM- Stanford vs. High Point
ESPN+: Jordan Watkins

8 PM- Washington vs. Creighton
ESPN+: Jason Dorrow, Andrew Harvey

8 PM- SMU vs. Vermont
ESPN+: John Liddle, Steve Lansdale 

9 PM- Oregon State vs. Portland
ESPN+: Josh Worden, Hal Griffith 

2022 World Cup Week 1 TV & Radio Schedule

 

In the US all matches this week will be broadcast on 
and on TuneIn Premium.

 

Sunday, November 20
10 AM- Qatar vs. Ecuador
FS1: John Strong, Stu Holden, Jenny Taft, Tom Rinaldi 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Carlos Tenorio
CTV, TSN 1/4: Simon Brotherton, Matt Holland 
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Mariano Closs, Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio, Alex Aguinaga

Monday, November 21
8 AM- England vs. Iran
FS1: Ian Darke, Landon Donovan, Geoff Shreeves
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Eduardo Biscayart, Diego Forlán
TSN 1/3/4/5: Daniel Mann, Andy Townsend 
Fútbol de Primera RadioKevin Rodriguez, Javier Castrilli, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Jaime Gallardo 

11 AM- Senegal vs. Netherlands
FOX: Derek Rae, Aly Wagner, Rodolfo Landeros 
TELEPeacock: Copán Álvarez, Amelia Valverde, Sebastián Abreu
TSN 1/3/4/5: Peter Drury, Alan Smith
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Chicho Serna, Carlos de los Cobos, Javier Castrilli, Daniel Chapela

2 PM- USA vs. Wales
FOXJohn Strong, Stu Holden, Jenny Taft, Tom Rinaldi
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Tab Ramos
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5: John Roder, Casey Stoney
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Steve Sampson, Eduardo de la Torre, Carlos Valderrama, Javier Castrilli, Jaime Gallardo

Tuesday, November 22
5 AM- Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia
FS1: JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Maxi Rodriguez 
TSN 1/3/4/5: David Stowell, Lucy Ward
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Jorge Burruchaga, Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Javier Castrilli

8 AM- Denmark vs. Tunisia
FS1: Jacqui Oatley, Warren Barton 
TELEPeacock: Copán Álvarez, Natalia Astrain, Sebastián Abreu
TSN 1/3/4/5: Daniel Mann, Andy Townsend 
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Kevin Rodriguez, Steve Sampson, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Daniel Chapela

11 AM- Mexico vs. Poland
FOX: Ian Darke, Landon Donovan, Rodolfo Landeros 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Miguel Herrera 
TSN 1/3/4/5: John Roder, Casey Stoney 
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Mariano Closs, Carlos de los Cobos, Eduardo de la Torre, Javier Castrilli, Jaime Gallardo, Benjamin Galindo, Rosa Sanchez-Worley

2 PM- France vs. Australia
FOX: John Strong, Stu Holden, Jenny Taft or Geoff Shreeves
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Eduardo Biscayart, Juan Pablo Sorín 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5: Kevin Keatings, Efan Ekoku 
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Steve Sampson, Alex Aguinaga, Daniel Chapela

Wednesday, November 23
5 AM- Morocco vs. Croatia
FS1: Jacqui Oatley, Warren Barton 
TELEPeacockJorge Calvo, Sebastián Abreu, Diana Rincón 
TSN 1/3/4/5: Simon Brotherton, Matt Holland 
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Paco Gonzales or Nicolás Cantor, Benjamin Galindo, Alex Aguinaga, Jaime Gallardo

8 AM- Germany vs. Japan
FS1: Derek Rae, Aly Wagner 
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Eduardo Biscayart, Mauro Silva
TSN 1/3/4/5: Kevin Keatings, Efan Ekoku 
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Carlos de los Cabos, Daniel Chapela

11 AM- Spain vs. Costa Rica
FOX: Ian Darke, Landon Donovan, Rodolfo Landeros 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Fernando Hierro, Amelia Valverde
TSN 1/3/4: David Stowell, Lucy Ward
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Kevin Rodriguez, Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio, Steve Sampson, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Javier Castrilli

2 PM- Belgium vs. Canada
FOX: JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones, Geoff Shreeves 
TELEPeacock: Copán Álvarez, Manuel Sol, Tab Ramos 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5: Luke Wileman, Steven Caldwell 
World: Peter Drury, Alan Smith 
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Jorge Burruchaga, Eduardo de la Torre, Daniel Chapela, Javier Castrilli

Thursday, November 24
5 AM- Switzerland vs. Cameroon
FS1: Jacqui Oatley, Warren Barton 
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Natalia Astrain, Claudio Borghi
TSN 1/3
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Kevin Rodriguez, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Eduardo de la Torre, Jaime Gallardo

8 AM- Uruguay vs. South Korea
FS1: Ian Darke, Landon Donovan 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Diego Forlán 
TSN 1/3
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Benjamin Galindo, Javier Castrilli, Jaime Gallardo, Rosa Sanchez-Worley 

11 AM- Portugal vs. Ghana
FOX: Derek Rae, Aly Wagner, Geoff Shreeves 
TELEPeacock: Copán Álvarez, Eduardo Biscayart, Fernando Hierro
TSN 1/3
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Carlos de los Cabos, Alex Aguinaga, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Daniel Chaplea, Javier Castrilli

2 PM- Brazil vs. Serbia
FOX: John Strong, Stu Holden, Jenny Taft 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Mauro Silva 
CTV, TSN 1/3
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Sammy Sadovnik, Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio, Jorge Burruchaga, Daniel Chapela, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Javier Castrilli

Friday, November 25
5 AM- Wales vs. Iran
FS1: Jacqui Oatley, Warren Barton 
TELEPeacock: Jorge Calvo, Sebastián Abreu, Amelia Valverde 
TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Carlos de los Cabos, Jaime Gallardo

8 AM- Qatar vs. Senegal
FS1: JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones 
TELEPeacockCopán Álvarez, Natalia Astrain, Fernando Hierro
TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Kevin Rodriguez, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Benjamin Galindo, Jaime Gallardo

11 AM- Netherlands vs. Ecuador
FOX: Derek Rae, Aly Wagner, Rodolfo Landeros 
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Eduardo Biscayart, Carlos Tenorio 
TSN 1/3/4
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Jorge Burruchaga, Alex Aguinaga, Javier Castrilli, Rosa Sanchez-Worley

2 PM- England vs. USA
FOX: John Strong, Stu Holden, Jenny Taft, Geoff Shreeves 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Tab Ramos 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Mariano Closs, Steve Sampson, Eduardo de la Torre, Carlos Valderrama, Daniel Chapela, Javier Castrilli

Saturday, November 26
5 AM- Tunisia vs. Australia
FS1: Ian Darke, Maurice Edu 
TELEPeacock: Sammy Sadovnik, Eduardo Biscayart, Diana Rincón 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera Radio: Kevin Rodriguez, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Alex Aguinaga, Jaime Gallardo

8 AM- Poland vs. Saudi Arabia
FS1: Jacqui Oatley, Warren Barton 
TELE, Peacock: Jorge Calvo, Natalia Astrain, Sebastián Abreu 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera RadioJesús Acosta, Rosa Sanchez-Worley, Carlos de los Cabos, Carlos Valderrama

11 AM- France vs. Denmark
FS1: JP Dellacamera, Cobi Jones, Jenny Taft 
TELEPeacock: Copán Álvarez, Claudio Borghi, Fernando Hierro
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera RadioNicolás Cantor, Daniel Chapela, Mauricio Alberto Serna, Steve Sampson, Rosa Sanchez-Worley

2 PM- Argentina vs. Mexico
FS1: John Strong, Stu Holden, Rodolfo Landeros 
TELEPeacock: Andrés Cantor, Manuel Sol, Miguel Herrera 
CTV, TSN 1/3/4/5
Fútbol de Primera RadioMariano Closs, Carlos de los Cobos, Eduardo de la Torre, Javier Castrilli, Jaime Gallardo, Benjamin Galindo, Rosa Sanchez-Worley