Category Archives: TV/radio
For the third straight Saturday night, Kentucky football is on the SEC Network with the legendary Brent Musburger on play-by-play, Jesse Palmer on analysis and Maria Taylor on the sidelines. The opponent this week is Missouri. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.
There’s just one college football game on the tube Thursday night, so I’ve jumped ahead and included the television schedule for Friday and Saturday, as well. Don’t worry. I’ll repeat the post the next couple of days for a handy … Continue reading
I’m the guest on Jack Pattie’s 9-to-10 show Monday morning on WVLK-590 to talk about Kentucky’s 26-22 win at South Carolina on Saturday and the Cats’ game with Florida this Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium.
Kentucky-South Carolina gets the full SEC Network treatment Saturday night as the legendary Brent Musburger handles the play-by-play while the hip Jesse Palmer provides the color. Maria Taylor is the sideline reporter. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. As for … Continue reading
This isn’t sports, much less UK sports, but indulge me. I’m a Letterman guy. Always have been, always will be. Even though it was time for Dave to go, I’m having Letterman withdrawals. Doubt that I’m alone. I’m a Stephen … Continue reading
Anish Shroff will handle the play-by-play and Ahmad Brooks will provide the color analysis for ESPNU’s 7 p.m. broadcast of Kentucky and UL-Lafayette from the “new” Commonwealth Stadium. Shroff, a native of Bloomfield, New Jersey, has been with ESPN since … Continue reading
The Friday night slate of televised college football is not quite as busy or enticing as Thursday night’s kickoff. There’s no Steve Spurrier or Jim Harbaugh on Friday. No TCU. There is a national championship contender in Baylor, which opens … Continue reading
Here we go. Technically, FCS powers Montana and North Dakota State opened the college football season with a thriller last Saturday in Missoula. Even Brent Musburger and Jesse Palmer were on the hand to broadcast Montana’s thrilling last-second 38-35 win … Continue reading
The SEC Network announced Thursday it has hired three new football analysts for the 2015 season. Chris Doering, Jabari Greer and Clint Stoerner will be new studio analysts on Saturdays and during the week on SEC Now. Doering was a … Continue reading