19 November 2013

2013-14 CBS College Basketball Schedule

The road to the Final Four continues this year on CBS, will a key broadcasting switch. Greg Anthony and Clark Kellogg will switch spots with Anthony becoming the new lead analyst while Kellogg will return to the studio while still doing a solid slate of regular season action. Here's the CBS schedule for the 2013-14 college basketball season, to be filled in with announcers all season long when confirmed.

Saturday, December 7th - 12:30
UCLA vs. Missouri (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, December 14th - 12:00
Arizona vs. Michigan (Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, December 21st - 4:00
Michigan State vs. Texas (Tim Brando, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, December 28th - 2:00
Villanova vs. Syracuse (Tim Brando, Bill Raftery)

Louisville vs. Kentucky (Jim Nantz, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, January 4th - 2:00
Michigan State vs. Indiana (Andrew Catalon, Clark Kellogg)

Duke vs. Notre Dame (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Sunday, January 5th - 4:30
San Diego State vs. Kansas (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb)

Saturday, January 11th - 1:00
Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony)

Sunday, January 12th - 1:30
Iowa vs. Ohio State (Spero Dedes, Clark Kellogg)

Saturday, January 18th - 12:00
Tennessee vs. Kentucky (Andrew Catalon, Clark Kellogg)

NC State vs. Duke (Kevin Harlan, Bill Raftery)

Oklahoma State vs. Kansas (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, January 25th
Syracuse vs. Miami (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, February 1st - 1:00
Kentucky vs. Missouri (Tom McCarthy, Clark Kellogg)

Sunday, February 2nd - 1:00
Michigan vs. Indiana (Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, February 8th - 1:00
Butler vs. Georgetown (Kevin Harlan, Clark Kellogg)

Sunday, February 9th - 1:00
Michigan State vs. Wisconsin (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, February 15th - 1:00
Pittsburgh vs. North Carolina (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Sunday, February 16th - 1:00
Wisconsin vs. Michigan (Spero Dedes, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, February 22nd - 12:00
Florida vs. Ole Miss (Ian Eagle, Doug Gottlieb)
Louisville vs. Cincinnati (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony)

Sunday, February 23rd - 12:00
Michigan State vs. Michigan (Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, March 1st - 2:00
Louisville vs. Memphis (Andrew Catalon, Mike Gminski)

LSU vs. Florida (Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery)

Sunday, March 2nd - 2:00
Marquette vs. Villanova (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony)

Ohio State vs. Indiana (Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel)

Saturday, March 8th - 12:00
Kentucky vs. Florida (Tom McCarthy, Jim Spanarkel)

UConn vs. Louisville (Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery)

Arizona vs. Oregon (Andrew Catalon, Doug Gottlieb)

Sunday, March 9th - 12:00
Virginia vs. Maryland (Marv Albert, Steve Kerr)

Missouri Valley Championship (Kevin Harlan, Dan Bonner, Kristine Leahy)

Michigan State vs. Ohio State (Ian Eagle, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, March 15th - 11:30
Conference USA Championship (Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel)

Big Ten Semifinal (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony, Steve Kerr, Tracy Wolfson)

Big Ten Semifinal (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony, Steve Kerr, Tracy Wolfson)

Mountain West Championship (Andrew Catalon, Dan Bonner, Reggie Miller, Steve Lappas)

Sunday, March 16th - 1:00
Atlantic 10 Championship (Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery)

Big Ten Championship (Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony, Steve Kerr, Tracy Wolfson)


  1. Why is Jim Nantz doing regular season broadcasts? He has football duties and once 2014 starts that is when CBS starts airing golf and Nantz will be covering golf. Why is doing regular season games? I thought someone else takes his spot?

    1. It depends year to year with his schedule but it's not unusual for him to work an early game pending where the college game is and where the NFL game is. You probably won't see him do games until March due to his golf duties.