We are entering a new age in the world of college football and it finally involves a playoff. The Bowl Championship Series went out with a bang back in January with a thrilling championship game that found Florida State rallying from an early deficit to defeat Auburn and become the first non-SEC national champion since Texas in the same stadium eight years prior. But those days are over as the long-awaited College Football Playoff (creative, right?) debuts this January. Can Florida State become repeat? Will the SEC get back to the top, or will they possibly miss out on the playoff altogether?
It's time for my predictions for the 2014-15 college football season.
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When people talk about college football on TV, they immediately think about ESPN, and rightfully so. Fox probably comes next in the minds of most. However, one should not ignore CBS Sports Network as they feature action from the Mountain West, the American, Army and Navy. Here are their commentary crews for 2014.
The schedule for the 2014-15 NBA season was released last night and with that, we have the NBA on TNT slate. Their slate commences with an October 28th doubleheader featuring the Spurs' ring ceremony as they host the Mavericks, following by the Rockets visiting the Lakers. All in all, TNT will air 53 games with 19 doubleheaders on their signature Thursday night coverage as well as All-Star Weekend from New York in February.
So without further ado, here's the television schedule, as well as announcing assignments, for the NBA on TNT.
The schedule for the 2014-15 NBA season was released last night and with that, we have the NBA on ESPN slate. Their slate commences with a Wednesday doubleheader on October 29th with the Bulls visiting the Knicks following by the Thunder visiting the Blazers. ESPN will air 75 games with 34 doubleheaders all season long, largely on Wednesday and Friday nights.
So without further ado, here's the television schedule, as well as announcing assignments, for the NBA on ESPN.
The schedule for the 2014-15 NBA season was released last night and with that, we have the slate for the Association's broadcast television partner, ABC. Their slate commences with a Christmas doubleheader with a rematch of the Western Conference Finals followed by LeBron James's return to Miami. Then in the new year, the Sunday Showcase returns with 13 telecasts over the balance of the season.
So without further ado, here's the television schedule, as well as announcing assignments, for the NBA on ESPN on ABC.
All Dan Le Batard was looking to do was to do some harmless trolling. First, he wanted to pay for a full-page ad that would look like this in either the Cleveland Plain-Dealer or the Akron Beacon-Journal in the wake of LeBron James returning to Ohio. Although the prospective advertisement wasn't in the slightest offensive, and far from what is considered to be any standard for advertisement rejection, both papersrejected any and all of Le Batard's money. So Le Batard went a different route and purchased a billboard (pictured above) in Akron which was ironically covered on the front page of the (wait for it) Akron Beacon-Journal.
So no harm no foul? Not according to the folks at ESPN, who have promptly suspended Le Batard for two days because, well, I am not entirely sure.
The people have been waiting and now we can give the people what they want. As first reported by the great Matt Yoder of Awful Announcing, the commentator crews for the NFL on Fox for 2014 are now out and while familiar do return, we all also have some surprises. Let's take a look.
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We are getting closer and closer to college football returning. The latest sign of that is ESPN, the dominant force in college football on television, announcing their commentator crews for 2014. We have got a number of changes across the board, which is common, as well as a change at the top, which isn't. Let's take a look.