Category Archives: TV/radio
ESPN’s family of networks start their Tip-off Marathon on Monday night, which continues through early morning Tuesday and Tuesday afternoon and finishes with the Champions Classic on Tuesday night. Here’s the list of college basketball games on television for Monday: … Continue reading
Here is the list of college basketball games on television for Sunday:
Tom Hart will be on play-by-play with Andre Ware on color and Laura Rutledge working the sidelines for the SEC Network as Kentucky visits Vanderbilt for a 4 p.m. conference game. The day’s two biggest games pit Alabama at Mississippi … Continue reading
It’s back. And not a moment too soon. College basketball returns for real Friday with an interesting slate of opening-night games, including both the AP’s No. 1 (North Carolina) and No. 2 (Kentucky) teams plus the defending national champion (Duke).
Play-by-play man Dave Neal, color analyst Matt Stinchcomb and sideline reporter Kayce Smith are the SEC Network crew for Saturday’s Kentucky-Georgia telecast, 12 p.m. from Athens. The day’s big game has No. 4 LSU traveling to No. 7 Alabama for … Continue reading
Here’s the list of college football games on television Saturday:
The familiar SEC Network crew of Brent Musburger (play-by-play), Jesse Palmer (color) and Maria Taylor (sideline) will be on hand in Starkville for Kentucky-Mississippi State at 7:30 on Saturday night. The same trio did the UK-South Carolina, UK-Florida and UK-Missouri … Continue reading
College football games on television Saturday: 12:00 – Bucknell at Army (CBS Sports) 12:00 – Iowa at Northwestern (ESPN2) 12:00 – Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State (SEC) 12:00 – Louisville at Florida State (ESPN) 12:00 – Ole Miss at Memphis … Continue reading
No Kentucky game this week, but (as always) there are some interesting games on the television docket. One includes an old UK nemesis. Former Louisville coach Charlie Strong has had a rough start down in Austin. In his second year … Continue reading
Saturday night’s Kentucky-Eastern Kentucky clash at Commonwealth Stadium is set for a 7:30 p.m. start on the SEC Network’s alternate channel. It features three broadcasters unfamiliar to even the most diehard college football fan.