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College Week #11: CBS has #1 Georgia at Tennessee; ESPN – #2 Wash St at Oregon; Bdcst Notes

Tim Brando is in Stillwater with longtime partner Spencer Tillman for TCU at #10 Oklahoma State. It’s a prime-timer on Fox at 8ET.
See Brando’s rankings this week (below)
Here is  some info on this weekend’s broadcasters.
  • Sixers hire Kate Scott to be play-by-play announcer, she succeeds Marc Zumoff who retired after last season | PhillyVoiceKate Scott (left) who succeeded the retired Marc Zumoff on Philly Sixers TV is assigned to a college football radio broadcast. She’ll work NC State at Wake Forest with Mike Golic.
  • ESPNer Jay Alter, a Syracuse man  has done some media work in Connecticut.
  • Dave Ryan in his mid 50s is another SUer. He gets steady work, mostly with CBS Sports Network. Not all make it big, but Ryan is visible most football weekends. He also does lacrosse for CBS.
  • Matt Schick is an occasional ESPNer who was born and raised in Rochester, New York. Top of mind, three other voices from the upstate town, pioneer broadcaster Bill Stern, the late Pete Van Wieren and veteran broadcaster, Josh Lewin.
  • ESPN’s Chris Fowler, former SI exquisite scribe Rick Reilly and Jim Gray all attended Colorado University.
  • Clay Matvick, ESPNer since 2006 is a former CNN anchor. He’s from the Upper Midwest.
  • A little more, behind the faces: You hear Jason Horowitz on Westwood One and see him on CBS Sports Network. Jason is not to be confused with the New York Times’ Rome, Italy, bureau chief by the same name.
  • Dan Hellie of Fox and the NFL Network was born in the Philippines when his parents were in the Peace Corps. Dan attended the University of Tennessee.
  • Eric Collins who has West Virginia at Kansas State this Saturday is from Cleveland. He had a tryout in the Dodgers booth when Vin Scully was cutting back late in his career. His successor Joe Davis made the cut and does a subdued job. Collins’ screaming sends his listeners to their local ENTs.
  • Kevin Brown has Tulsa at Tulane, This fellow is good. Also does the Orioles on radio, while as I understand it, commutes from New York.
  • Ted Robinson still chugging alone. One time NBCer is one of the regulars for the Pac12 Network.
Tuesday, November 9

7 PM- Buffalo at Miami (OH) – ESPNU: Jay Alter, Craig Haubert 

7 PM- Akron at Western Michigan – CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous 

8 PM- Ohio at Eastern Michigan – ESPN2: Matt Schick, Charles Arbuckle 

Wednesday, November 10

7 PM- Ball State at Northern Illinois- ESPN2: Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman 

PM- Toledo at Bowling Green – CBSSN: Jason Horowitz, Ross Tucker 

8 PM- Kent State at Central Michigan – ESPNU: Drew Carter, Barrett Brooks 

Thursday, November 11
7:30 PM- North Carolina at Pitt – ESPN: Matt Barrie, Roddy Jones, Katie George 
Friday, November 12

6 PM- Cincinnati at USF- ESPN2: Jason Benetti, Andre Ware, Paul Carcaterra 

9 PM- Wyoming at Boise State – FS1: Dan Hellie, Petros Papadakis 

Saturday, November 13

Noon- Oklahoma at Baylor – FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft

Noon- Michigan at Penn State – ABC, ESPN3: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge 

Noon- Mississippi State at Auburn – ESPN: Bob Wischusen, Jordan Rodgers, Kris Budden  

Noon- Northwestern at Wisconsin- ESPN2: Clay Matvick, Rocky Boiman, Tiffany Blackmon 

Noon- UCF at SMU – ESPNU: John Schriffen, Rene Ingoglia  

Noon- West Virginia at Kansas State – FS1: Eric Collins, Petros Papadakis  

Noon- New Mexico State at Alabama – SEC: Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang 

Noon- Rutgers at Indiana – B1G: Cory Provous, Matt Millen, Elise Menaker  
Noon- Bucknell at Army West Point – CBSSN: Jason Horowitz, Ross Tucker, Tina Cervasio 
Noon- UConn at Clemson – ACCN: Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Taylor Davis 
Noon- Syracuse at Louisville – ACC RSN, ESPN3: Evan Lepler, Brian Jordan, Wiley Ballard
Noon- Maine at UMass – FloFootball, NESN+: Jay Burnham, Andy Gresh, Matt Goldstein
Noon- Central Connecticut at Duquesne – ESPN3: Paul Dottino, Kevin Gilbride, John Schmeelk
Noon- Merrimack at St. Francis – NEC Front Row: Pat Farabaugh, Jay Roberts
Noon- Wagner at Sacred Heart – NEC Front Row: Randy Brochu, Freedie Coleman 
Noon- Davidson at Dayton – Facebook: Alex Mikos, Jared Phillips 
Noon- Valparaiso at Butler – YouTube: Joey Lindstrom, Drew Bevelheimer
Noon- ECU at Memphis – ESPN+: Richard Cross, Brandon Weeden 
Noon- Houston at Temple ESPN+: Courtney Lyle, Leger Douzable 
Noon- Samford at Florida – ESPN+: Mike Couzens, Dustin Fox  
Noon- North Dakota State at Youngstown State – ESPN+: Lane Grindle, Adam Seidel, Kelly Burke 
Noon- Penn at Harvard – ESPN+: Alex Vispoli, Justin Gallanty, Connor Clement
Noon- Robert Morris at Monmouth – ESPN+: Matt Harmon, TBA
Noon- Georgetown at Lehigh – ESPN+: Corey Spector, Lance Haynes
12:30 PM- Colgate at Lafayette – Lafayette SN, ESPN+: Gary Laubach, Mike Joseph, John Leone 
1 PM- Hampton at Campbell – Nexstar, ESPN+: Pete Yanity, Jay Sonnhalter, John Ellis
1 PM- New Hampshire at Rhode Island- YurView NE, FloFootball: Stone Freeman, Kyle Rowley
1 PM- Southern Illinois at Indiana State – ESPN3: Luke Martin, Katrell Moss
1 PM- St. Thomas (MN) at Drake – ESPN3: Michael Admire, Dustin Anthony 
1 PM- Stetson at Morehead State –ESPN3: Tanner Hesterberg
1 PM- LIU at Bryant – NEC Front Row: Jake Zimmer, Tim Lynch
1 PM- Marist at Presbyterian – ESPN+: Chris Doski, John Orck
1 PM- Holy Cross at Fordham – ESPN+: Andrew Bogusch, Andrew Posada
1 PM- Yale at Princeton – ESPN+: Cody Chrusciel, Dave Giancola
1 PM- Norfolk State at Delaware State – ESPN+, HSRN: Gary Laing, Leroy Thompson
1 PM- Eastern Kentucky at Sam Houston – ESPN+: Tom Franklin, John Harris
1 PM- Brown at Columbia – ESPN+: Lance Medow, Josh Martin
1 PM- Morgan State at Albany – FloFootball: Rodger Wyland, Eric Hannmann
1 PM- Stony Brook at Villanova – FloFootball: Nick Mantegna, Steve Pinone
1:30 PM- Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb – ESPN3: Phil Constantino, Eugene Robinson 
1:30 PM- Cornell at Dartmouth – ESPN+: Dick Lutsk, Matt Corsetti
2 PM- Utah at Arizona – P12, P12 AZ, P12 MTN: Roxy Bernstein. Lincoln Kennedy
2 PM- Delaware at Richmond – NBCS WA, FloFootball: Bob Black, Chris Anderson, Sean Robertson
2 PM- South Dakota State at South Dakota – Midco SN, ESPN+: Jay Elsen, Andre Fields, Elaina Lanson
2 PM- Southeast Missouri at Murray State – ESPN3: Neal Bradley, Parker Griffith
2 PM- East Tennessee State at Western Carolina – ESPN3: Kyle Rush, Phil Cox
2 PM- Georgia State at Coastal Carolina – ESPN+: Jeff McCarragher, Nate Ross
2 PM- Western Kentucky at Rice –  ESPN+: David Saltzman, Taylor McHargue
2 PM- Wofford at The Citadel – ESPN+: Kevin Fitzgerald, Jason Kempf
2 PM- VMI at Furman – ESPN+: 
2 PM- North Carolina Central at Howard – ESPN+: Matt White, Travis Oliver
2 PM- North Carolina A&T at South Carolina State – ESPN+: Tyler Cupp, Demetrius Davis 
2 PM- Tarleton State at Abilene Christian – ESPN+: Zach Carlyle, Kauy Ostlien, Carrie Johnston
2 PM- Elon at Towson – FloFootball: Spiro Morekas, Gordy Combs
2:30 PM- UT Martin at Tennessee Tech – ESPN+: Dylan Vazzano, Sam Brooks
2:30 PM- South Alabama at Appalachian State – ESPN+: David Jackson, Avery Hall
3 PM- Illinois State at North Dakota – Midco SN 2, ESPN+: Alex Heinert, Ryan Kasowski
3 PM- Idaho at Montana State – SWX, ESPN+: Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, Alex Eschelman 
3 PM- Montana at Nthn Arizona – ABC MT, NBC Billings: Dennis Patchin, Grady Bennett, 
3 PM- Georgia Southern at Texas State – ESPN+: Brant Freeman, Keith Moreland, Koral Riggs
3 PM- Kennesaw State at North Alabama – ESPN+: Benjamin Ray, Bryan Neece
3 PM- UNI at Missouri State- ESPN+: Don West, Corey Riggs
3 PM- Chattanooga at Mercer – ESPN+: Frank Mallow, Jason Patterson, Kristin Banks
3 PM- Florida A&M at UAPB – ESPN+: Santoria Black, Ken Moore
3 PM- McNeese at Houston Baptist – ESPN+: Randy McIlvoy, Shea Walker, Laura Sadler
3 PM- Alabama A&M at Texas Southern – ESPN+: Bucth Alsandor, Jorge Vargas
3 PM- Austin Peay at Tennessee State – ESPN+: Howard Gentry, Derek Fleming, Sami Kinkaid
3:30 PM- Purdue at Ohio State – ABC, ESPN3: Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy, Katie George
3:30 PM- Georgia at Tennessee – CBS, PARA+: Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, Jamie Erdahl
3:30 PM- Miami (FL) at Florida State – ESPN: Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III, Quint Kessenich
3:30 PM- Iowa State at Texas Tech – ESPN2: Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison, Dawn Davenport
3:30 PM- Minnesota at Iowa – B1G:  Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis, Rick Pizzo
3:30 PM- UAB at Marshall – CBSSN: John Sadak, Randy Cross
3:30 PM- Duke at Virginia Tech – ACCN: Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Jalyn Johnson
3:30 PM- BC at Virginia Tech – ACC RSN, ESPN3: Tom Werme, James Bates, Lauren Jbara
3:30 PM- Charlotte at Louisiana Tech – Stadium: Chris Hassel, Sed Bonner
3:30 PM- James Madison at William & Mary – YurView VA, FloFootball: Andrew Phillips, Jay Leach 
3:30 PM- FIU at Middle Tennessee – ESPN3: Jake Rose, Jeremy Kellum
3:30 PM- FAU at Old Dominion – ESPN+: Ted Alexander, Andy Mashaw, James Witham
3:30 PM- Southern Miss at UTSA – ESPN+: Lincoln Rose, LaDarrin McLane
3:30 PM- Louisiana at Troy – ESPN+: Will Kollmeyer, Ben Stanfield
4 PM- Maryland at Michigan State- FOX: Joe Davis, Brock Huard
4 PM- Tulsa at Tulane – ESPNU: Kevin Brown, Hutson Mason
4 PM- South Carolina at Missouri – SEC: Dave Neal, Deuce McAllister, Andraya Carter
4 PM- Hawai’i at UNLV –(outside Hawaii): Kanoa Leahey, Rich Miano, Scott Robbs
4 PM- UIW at Nicholls ESPN3: 
 
4 PM- UTEP at North Texas – ESPN+: Kyle Youmans, Hek’ma Harrison
5 PM- Arkansas State at UL Monroe  ESPN+: Mike Hammett, analyst TBD
5 PM- Stephen F. Austin at Central Arkansas – ESPN+: James Westling, Wess Moore 
5 PM- Jacksonville State at Lamar – ESPN+: Dan Gresham, Lemont Williams
5:30 PM- Stanford at Oregon State – P12, P12 BAY, P12 OR: JB Long, Max Browne
7 PM- Texas A&M at Ole Miss – ESPN: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Holly Rowe
7 PM- Kentucky at Vanderbilt – ESPN2: Anish Shroff, Mike Golic Jr., Taylor McGregor
7 PM- Arizona State at Washington – FS1: Dan Hellie, Petros Papadakis
7 PM- Air Force at Colorado State – CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Aaron Murray, Justin Walters
7 PM- New Mexico at Fresno State – Stadium, KFRE: Ari Wolfe, JJ Raterink
7 PM- Jackson State at Southern – ESPN3: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker
 
7 PM- Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana – ESPN+: 
7:30 PM- Notre Dame at Virginia – ABC, ESPN3: Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek, Tom Luginbill
7:30 PM- Kansas at Texas – ESPNU: Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Lauren Sisler
7:30 PM- Arkansas at LSU – SEC: Tom Hart, Cole Cubelic, Tera Talmadge
 
7:30 PM- NC State at Wake Forest – ACCN: Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Kelsey Riggs
8 PM- TCU at Oklahoma State – FOX: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman
8 PM- Idaho State at Cal Poly – ESPN+: Chris Sylvester, John Kane
8 PM- Weber State at Southern Utah – ESPN+: Chris Holmes
8 PM- Eastern Washington at UC Davis – ESPN+: Scott Marsh, Scott Barry
9 PM- Colorado at UCLA – P12, P12 LA, P12 MTN: Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth
9 PM- Portland State at Sacramento State- KMAX, ESPN+: Dave Lewis, Darren Arbet
9 PM- Fort Lewis at Dixie State – ESPN+: Devin Dixon, Andy Thompson
10:30 PM- Washington State at Oregon – ESPN: Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore, Stormy Buonantony
10:30 PM- Utah State at San Jose State – FS1: Jeff Levering, Robert Smith
 
10:30 PM- Nevada vs. San Diego State – CBSSN: Rich Waltz, Aaron Taylor, Jenny Dell

 

 

 

 

 

 

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David J. Halberstam

David is a 40-year + industry veteran who served as play-by-play announcer for St. John's University basketball in New York and as radio play-by-play voice of the Miami Heat in South Florida. He is the author of Sports on New York Radio: A Play-by-Play History and The Fundamentals of Sports Media and Sponsorship Sales: Developing New Accounts.

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Michael Green
Michael Green(@michaelgreen)
26 days ago

When Collins did the Dodgers, he screamed, and his color man was Steve Lyons, whose approach was to be as goofy as possible. I’m reminded that Collins was the first one I heard saying of a line drive dropping into the outfield, “That ball will get DOWN.” I didn’t like it then and I don’t like it now.

Unlike Vin, Davis has a color man–and Orel Hershiser is a good one–but does a lot more anecdotal stuff than he does on network TV.