Your Championship Week College Football Announcing Schedule

Matt Millen

You may have noticed the Pammies were missing this week, that's because everyone must have been hung over from tryptophan and the long Thanksgiving weekend. Our apologies. Nevertheless, make sure to send in those Pammy nominees this week because this will be the last week of the 2013 Pammies! Right now Gary Danielson has a 3 point lead over Matt Millen in the standings so it couldn't be closer. Danielson calls the SEC Championship on CBS and Millen calls the CUSA Championship on ESPN2 this Saturday.

Thursday, December 5
7:30 PM– Louisville at Cincinnati (ESPN) Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Ponder
Friday, December 6
8 PM– MAC Championship: Northern Illinois vs. Bowling Green (ESPN2) Carter Blackburn, Danny Kanell, Allison Williams
Saturday, December 7
Noon– Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (ABC) Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Shannon Spake
(Touchdown Radio) Taylor Zarzour, Gino Torretta
Noon– UCF at SMU (ESPN) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Tom Luginbill
Noon– CUSA Championship: Marshall at Rice (ESPN2) Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, Maria Taylor
1 PM– Memphis at Connecticut (ESPN3) John Brickley, Matt Chatham
1 PM– Fordham at Towson (ESPN3) Ryan Rose, KC Keeler
2 PM– SWAC Championship: Jackson State vs. Southern (ESPNU) Mark Neely, Jay Walker
2 PM– Coastal Carolina at Montana (ESPN3) Trey Bender, Al Groh
2 PM– New Hampshire at Maine (ESPN3) Bob Picozzi, Pete Najarian
2 PM– Tennessee State at Eastern Illinois (ESPN3) Jim Barbar, Rocky Boiman
3:30 PM– Texas at Baylor (FOX) Craig Bolerjack, Joey Harrington, Ryan Nece
(Sports USA) Aaron Goldsmith, Gary Barnett
3:30 PM– Furman at North Dakota State (ESPN3) Shawn Kenney, John Bunting
4 PM– SEC Championship: Auburn vs. Missouri (CBS, cbssports.comVerne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Tracy Wolfson
(Westwood OneJohn Tautges, Terry Donahue, Chris Doering
4 PM– South Dakota State at Eastern Washington (ESPN3) Wayne Randazzo, Kevin O'Connell
7 PM– Jacksonville State at McNeese State (ESPN3) Dave Weekley, Corey Chavous
7:30 PM– South Florida at Rutgers (ESPN2) Mark Jones, Brock Huard, Jessica Mendoza
7:45 PM– Pac-12 Championship: Stanford at Arizona State (ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe
(ESPN RadioDave Flemming, David Norrie, Dave Shore
8 PM– Big Ten Championship: Michigan State vs. Ohio State (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Kristina Pink, Erin Andrews
(Compass MediaGregg Daniels, Dale Hellestrae
8 PM– ACC Championship: Florida State vs. Duke (ABC) Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox
(ESPN RadioBill Rosinski, Bill Polian, Joe Schad
8 PM– Louisiana-Lafayette at South Alabama (Rajin Cajun TV, ESPN3) Jeff Palmero, Scott Brazda, Erin Cofiell
8 PM– Sam Houston State at Southeastern Louisiana (ESPN3) Roy Philpott, Forest Conoly
10 PM– MW Championship: Utah State at Fresno State (CBS, cbssports.comAndrew Catalon, Aaron Taylor, Allie LaForce
(Mountain West RadioNate Kreckman, Mike Pritchard

Thanks to Daniel for our college football schedule.  Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

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Your Championship Week College Football Announcing Schedule

One of the best weekends of the year is championship weekend in college football.  The fun starts tonight with a de facto Big East championship game between Louisville and Rutgers… which also serves as the tiebreaker of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that ended in a tie last night.


Thursday, November 29
7:30 PM- Louisville at Rutgers (ESPN) Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Steele

Friday, November 30

7 PM- MAC Championship: Northern Illinois vs. Kent State from Detroit (ESPN2) Carter Blackburn, Rod Gilmore, Jemele Hill

8 PM- Pac-12 Championship: UCLA at Stanford (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Julie Alexandria

Saturday, December 1

Noon- Oklahoma State at Baylor (FX) Craig Bolerjack, Joel Klatt, Darius Walker

Noon- Oklahoma at TCU (ESPN) Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, Shannon Spake

Noon- Conference USA Championship: Central Florida at Tulsa (ESPN2) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Jenn Brown

2:30 PM- Kansas at West Virginia (FSN, FCS Central) Steve Physioc, Jim Knox, Brian Baldinger

2:30 PM- Nicholls State at Oregon State (Pac-12 Networks) Kevin Calabro, Glenn Parker, Ryan Nece

3:30 PM- Cincinnati at Connecticut (ABC, ESPN3) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannine Edwards

3:30 PM- Boise State at Nevada (ABC, ESPN3) Bob Wischusen, Danny Kanell, Maria Taylor

4 PM- SEC Championship: Georgia vs. Alabama from Atlanta (CBS, Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Tracy Wolfson

7 PM- Pittsburgh at South Florida (ESPN2) Mark Jones, Brock Huard, Quint Kessenich

8 PM- Big Ten Championship: Wisconsin vs. Nebraska from Indianapolis (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Julie ALexandria

8 PM- Texas at Kansas State (ABC) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holy Rowe

8 PM- ACC Championship: Florida State vs. Georgia Tech from Charlotte (ESPN) Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox

11 PM- South Alabama at Hawaii (Oceanic Time Warner PPV, Time Warner Cable, ROOT Rocky Mountain) Robert Kekaula, Darnell Arceneaux, Lori Santi, and Dan Meisenzahl 

ESPN3 exclusive:

3 PM- Middle Tennessee State at Arkansas State– Brock Bowling, Cole Cubelic


Saturday, December 1

All games on ESPN3

2 PM- New Hampshire at Wofford–  Tom Gleason, Rocky Boiman, Rontina McCann

2 PM- Central Arkansas at Georgia Southern–  Shawn Kenney, John Bunting, Tiffany Green

2 PM- Illinois State at Appalachian State–  Ryan Rose, Rene Ingoglia, Angela Mallen

2 PM- Coastal Carolina at Old Dominion–  John Sadak, Jay Walker

4 PM- South Dakota State at North Dakota State–  Dan Gutowsky, John Gregory

4 PM- Cal Poly at Sam Houston State–  Jonathan Yardley, Forrest Conoly

4 PM- Wagner at Eastern Washington–  Trey Bender, Jay Taylor

7 PM- Stony Brook at Montana State–  Peter Young, Corey Chavous

H/T Daniel!

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