14 October 2014

2014-15 College Basketball on CBS Schedule

It's the Road to the Final Four on CBS as CBS will once again be carrying college hoops all season long, kicking off in December. All of the main players and faces for CBS return, so let's take a look at the slate, with announcers to be filled in all season long.

Saturday, December 6th
12:30
Wisconsin vs. Marquette (Marv Albert, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, December 13th
12:00
North Carolina vs. Kentucky (Marv Albert, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, December 20th - CBS Sports Classic (Chicago)
1:00
North Carolina vs. Ohio State (Verne Lundquist, Greg Anthony, Allie LaForce)

3:30
UCLA vs. Kentucky (Verne Lundquist, Greg Anthony, Allie LaForce)

Saturday, January 3rd
2:00
Connecticut vs. Florida (Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery)

4:00
(Women's) Maryland vs. Nebraska (Dave Ryan, Debbie Antonelli)

Sunday, January 4th
4:30
UNLV vs. Kansas (Carter Blackburn, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, January 10th
1:00
Kentucky vs. Texas A&M (Kevin Harlan, Clark Kellogg)

Sunday, January 11th
1:30
Duke vs. NC State (Spero Dedes, Greg Anthony)

Saturday, January 17th
2:00
Florida vs. Georgia (Andrew Catalon, Clark Kellogg)

4:00
Michigan State vs. Maryland (Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel)

Saturday, January 24th
2:00
Kansas vs. Texas (Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel)

4:00
UCLA vs. Oregon (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb)

Sunday, January 25th
1:30
Indiana vs. Ohio State (Carter Blackburn, Clark Kellogg)

4:00
Louisville vs. Pittsburgh (Kevin Harlan, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, January 31st
1:00
Arkansas vs. Florida (Spero Dedes, Clark Kellogg)

Sunday, February 1st
1:00
Michigan vs. Michigan State (Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, February 7th
1:00
Notre Dame vs. Duke (Ian Eagle, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery)

Sunday, February 8th
1:00
Michigan vs. Indiana (Kevin Harlan, Clark Kellogg)

Saturday, February 14th
1:00
Baylor vs. Kansas (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb)

Sunday, February 15th
1:00
Illinois vs. Wisconsin (Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, February 21st
1:00
Florida vs. LSU (Ian Eagle, Clark Kellogg)

Sunday, February 22nd 
1:00
Ohio State vs. Michigan (Kevin Harlan, Bill Raftery)

Saturday, February 28th
12:00
Georgetown vs. St. John's (Marv Albert, Len Elmore)

2:00
North Carolina vs. Miami (Spero Dedes, Doug Gottlieb)

4:00
Arkansas vs. Kentucky (Kevin Harlan, Bill Raftery)

Sunday, March 1st
2:00
SMU vs. Connecticut (Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel)

4:00
Michigan State vs. Wisconsin (Verne Lundquist, Dan Bonner)

Saturday, March 7th
12:00
Syracuse vs. NC State (Kevin Harlan, Dan Bonner, Dana Jacobson)

2:00
Florida vs. Kentucky (Ian Eagle, Doug Gottlieb)

4:00
Stanford vs. Arizona (Spero Dedes, Mike Gminski)

Sunday, March 8th
12:00
Memphis vs. Cincinnati (Andrew Catalon, Steve Lappas)

2:00
Northern Iowa vs. Illinois State - St. Louis (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel, Allie LaForce)

4:30
Wisconsin vs. Ohio State (Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)

Saturday, March 14th
1:00
Wisconsin vs, Purdue - Chicago (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)

3:30
Maryland vs. Michigan State - Chicago (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)

6:00
Wyoming vs, San Diego State - Las Vegas (Kevin Harlan, Dan Bonner, Reggie Miller, Evan Washburn)

Sunday, March 15th
1:00
Atlantic 10 Championship - Brooklyn (Verne Lundquist, Jim Spanarkel)

3:30
Big Ten Championship - Chicago (Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson)

H/T CBS, The506

8 comments:

  1. I thought Marv Albert retired...

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    1. not quite he stepped aside from doing NFL games for CBS starting this year so he could focus on his basketball duties

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  2. Awful news today about Greg Anthony, I believe they will put Clark Kellogg back with Jim Nantz for the tournament and Final Four

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    1. That's what I think will probably happen too. Even as they did just demote Kellogg a year ago, I don't see them putting anyone else in that mix.

      Will be interesting to see the changes in the crews not only with the Anthony news but also with Steve Kerr now coaching the Warriors.

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  3. Do you think Bill Raftery should be with Jim Nantz instead of Lundquist for this season

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    1. It would be tremendous and well-deserved for Raftery to finally get to do a Final Four on TV but I would be surprised. Don't forget that Turner has a lot of influence on that broadcast team (hence the presence of Kerr and the promotion of Anthony last year) and thus I don't think there is much of a chance that Raft will get that promotion.

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  4. Clark Kellogg and Reggie Miller will probably do the Final Four this year and in the long run, don't see a chance that Anthony returns next season

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  5. CBS & Turner Sports putting Bill Raftery & Grant Hill alongside Jim Nantz & Tracy Wolfson for the Final Four & National Championship game is awesome

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