College Football Week #2 Announcing Teams

Tuesday, September 04, 2007


Here are your teams for Week #2. We're spinning the wheel....Hope you luck out!

Thursday 9/7

Middle Tennessee @ Louisville (ESPN2, 7:00) - Eric Collins, Bill Curry, Quint Kessenich
Oregon State @ Cincinnati (ESPN, 7:30) - Chris Fowler, Doug Flutie, Craig James, Erin Andrews

Friday 9/8

Navy @ Rutgers (ESPN, 7:00) - Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Rob Stone

Saturday 9/9

West Virginia @ Marshall (ESPN2, 11:00 am) - Pam Ward, Ray Bentley, Rob Simmelkjaer
Miami @ Oklahoma (ABC, 12:00) - Ron Franklin, Ed Cunningham, Jack Arute
Nebraska @ Wake Forest (ESPN, 12:00) - Dave Pasch, Andre Ware, Erin Andrews
Akron @ Ohio State (BTN, 12:00) - Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Charissa Thompson
Bowling Green @ Michigan State (BTN, 12:00) - Wayne Larrivee, Chris Martin, Lisa Byington
Miami (OH) @ Minnesota (BTN, 12:00) - Roger Twibell, Mike Tomczak, Becky Haarlow
Nevada @ Northwestern (BTN, 12:00) - Scott Graham, Derrick Walker
Eastern Illinois @ Purdue (BTN, 12:00) - Ron Thulin, Butler By'not'e, MaryRachel Dick
Rhode Island @ Army (ESPN Classic, 1:00) - Eric Collins, Bill Curry
Samford @ Georgia Tech (ESPNU, 1:30) - Clay Matvick, Larry Coker
North Carolina State @ Boston College (ESPN2, 2:00) - Bob Wischusen, David Norrie, Wendi Nix
California @ Colorado State (CSTV, 2:00) - Tom Hart, Trev Alberts
Oregon @ Michigan (ABC, 3:30) - Brad Nessler, Bob Griese, Paul Maguire, Bonnie Bernstein
Fresno State @ Texas A&M (FSN, 3:30) - Bill Land, Gary Reasons, Emily Jones
UAB @ Florida State (ESPNU, 5:00) - Doug Bell, Charles Arbuckle
South Carolina @ Georgia (ESPN2, 5:45) - Mark Jones, Bob Davie, Stacey Dales
Notre Dame @ Penn State (ESPN, 6:00) - Mike Patrick, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
North Carolina @ East Carolina (CSTV, 6:00) - Carter Blackburn, Brian Jones
BYU @ UCLA (VS, 6:30) - Ted Robinson, Kelly Stouffer, Lewis Johnson
TCU @ Texas (FSN, 7:00) - Joel Meyers, Dave Lapham, Jim Knox
Western Illinois @ Illinois (BTN, 7:00) - Jim Kelly, Richard Baldinger, Dara McIntosh
Indiana @ Western Michigan (ESPNU, 8:00) - Dave Armstrong, Mike Gottfried
Syracuse @ Iowa (BTN, 8:00) - Mark Neely, Glen Mason, Marshall Harris
South Florida @ Auburn (ESPN2, 9:00) - Dan Fouts, Tim Brant, Todd Harris
Virginia Tech @ Louisiana State (ESPN, 9:15) - Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Lisa Salters
Wisconsin @ UNLV (VS, 10:00) - Joe Beninati, Glenn Parker, Krista Blunk
Colorado @ Arizona State (FSN, 10:15) - Barry Tompkins, Petros Papadakis, Jim Watson

A little bit of Pam Ward to start your day at 11am never hurt no one. See you for the Chronicles bright and early!

College Football Week #1 Announcing Teams!!! (Awful Announcing)

P.S.- Pro Teams to come later this week.

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 10:51 PM

8 Comments:

Sweet, a little Tomczak action for when my alma mater donkey punches Minnesota.

GMoney said...
Sep 5, 2007, 10:59:00 AM  

Brent, there ain't no tree huggers in Baton Rouge. Good luck.

Anonymous said...
Sep 5, 2007, 12:16:00 PM  

No Shrutebag?? There is a god.

I cant wait for Musberger v Curry Week II

Steve said...
Sep 5, 2007, 12:24:00 PM  

AA, I know this is a bit off topic, but does anyone have an idea what coach decided Michigan should only have dropped to 10 after the loss?

Michael said...
Sep 5, 2007, 12:52:00 PM  

nice to see good ol' Ron Franklin getting a marquee game... Patrick deserves to watch ND, but Nessler deserves better than Oregon. Of course they could just use his EA Sports commentary and no one would notice.

Unconscious said...
Sep 5, 2007, 2:37:00 PM  

Mark Jones is taking his 1990's time machine back to UGA for two weeks in a row!!

You can't touch this.

Anonymous said...
Sep 5, 2007, 9:21:00 PM  

Pam Ward is Really, Really BAD!

Tony said...
Sep 9, 2007, 7:06:00 PM  

During the Marshall/WVU game:

Ward kept calling our kicker, Pat McAfee "Ken".

She also stated that our governor, who was at the game, grew up in Huntington. He actually grew up in Farmington, over 3 hours away. I know, because he went to Farmington High School with my parents.

She kept wavering on the capacity at Joan Edwards Stadium. I heard 29,000, 39,000, and a few others.

Yep, she's a keeper.

Anonymous said...
Sep 9, 2007, 8:36:00 PM  

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