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Back with Et Cetera of Sports Media for the 2016 Analyst Crews for NFL & College Football, enjoy everybody from last year post there is a lot of changes. Et Cetera of Sports Media #8- NFL & College Football Analyst Crews
FOX(Source: Fox Sports Press Pass)
2016 FOX NFL Broadcast Teams:
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch and Pam Oliver
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Laura Okmin
Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis and Peter Schrager
Chris Myers, Ronde Barber and Jennifer Hale
Dick Stockton, Chris Spielman and Kristina Pink
Sam Rosen, David Diehl and (rotating reporters) Shannon Spake/Holly Sonders
Also contributing to FOX NFL as sideline reporters during the 2016 season are Holly Sonders, Danielle Trotta and Shannon Spake. Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn and former four-time Super Bowl champion linebacker and team executive Matt Millen also contribute as game analysts.
Each Sunday morning during the NFL season, FOX NFL KICKOFF, a one-hour pregame show hosted by Charissa Thompson with analysts Colin Cowherd, Dave Wannstedt and Charles Tillman, welcomes football fans at 11:00 AM ET. FOX NFL SUNDAY immediately follows at 12:00 PM ET and continues as America’s top NFL pregame show, a reign that has lasted for the past 22 NFL seasons. The Emmy Award-winning, one-hour program returns with co-hosts Terry Bradshaw and Curt Menefee, analysts Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Michael Strahan, premier NFL insider Jay Glazer, comedic prognosticator Rob Riggle and NFL rules analyst Mike Pereira. As previously announced, Washington Redskins All-Pro cornerback Josh Norman joins FOX Sports’ NFL pregame coverage, making a minimum of 10 appearances between FOX NFL KICKOFF and FOX NFL SUNDAY.
CBS(Source: CBS Press Express)
2016 CBS NFL Broadcast Teams:
Jim Nantz/Phil Simms//Tracy Wolfson(Also Thursday Night Football Crew on CBS/NFL Network produced games)
Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts//Evan Washburn
Greg Gumbel/Trent Green//Jamie Erdahl
Kevin Harlan/Rich Gannon
Spero Dedes/Solomon Wilcots
Andrew Catalon/Steve Tasker/Steve Beuerlein
Tom McCarthy/Adam Archuleta
Carter Blackburn/Chris Simms
Besides those eight tandems, you’ll also see Brad Nessler call several NFL games this year. Nessler, who was hired by CBS Sports in May to succeed Verne Lundquist on the “SEC on CBS,” will call play-by-play for select NFL games this year.
James Brown once again will anchor “The NFL Today” from New York. Brown will be joined by veteran analysts Boomer Esiason, Bill Cowher, along with Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott. That foursome will be joined every week by CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.
NBC Sunday Night Football & TNF during the late fall also(Source: NBC Sports Group)
Al Michaels/Cris Collinsworth/Michele Tafoya
Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst), and Heather Cox (sideline reporter) will call NBC’s new Thursday Night Football package. Michaels and Collinsworth return to call NBC’s Sunday Night Football – primetime TV’s No. 1 show for a historic five consecutive years – joined by sideline reporter Michele Tafoya.
Bob Costas, a 27-time Sports Emmy winner, will serve as the host of the pregame show for NBC’s new Thursday Night Football package. He will be joined at the game site by Hall of Fame coachTony Dungy and two-time Super Bowl champion Rodney Harrison.
Mike Tirico will host Sunday night’s Football Night in America, the most-watched weekly studio show in sports, from the SNF game site. Tirico will be joined on site by Collinsworth and Tafoya. Tirico recently joined NBC Sports Group after 25 years at ESPN, where he spent the last decade as the play-by-play voice of Monday Night Football.
Costas and Tirico will both be on-site in Arizona for FNIA leading into the season premiere of SNFon Sunday, Sept. 11. Costas will also work on select Sunday FNIA telecasts during the season, as well as on the pregame show for the season-opening NFL Kickoff game on Thurs., Sept. 8.
Dan Patrick co-hosts Football Night from NBC Sports Group’s International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn., joined by Dungy, Harrison, and Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, NBCSports.com and NBC Sports Radio. NFL Insider Peter King will contribute stories and information to FNIA and TNF.
Sam Flood is executive producer of NBC Sports and NBCSN. Fred Gaudelli is the executive producer of NBC’s Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football. Drew Esocoff is director ofSNF and TNF.
NBC TO BROADCAST 28 NFL GAMES IN 2016: NBC begins its 11th consecutive season as the primetime broadcast home of the NFL. In the 2016 season, NBC will broadcast 28 NFL games — 19 regular-season games as part of its Sunday Night Football package (17 regular-season SNF games,NFL Kickoff 2016, and the annual Thanksgiving night game), five primetime regular-season Thursday games as part of a new two-year agreement to televise Thursday Night Football, two NFL Playoff games, and two primetime preseason games. NBC Sports will also produce four TNF games to be televised on NFL Network, two of which will be called by Mike Tirico and Doug Flutie due to schedule conflicts for Michaels and Collinsworth.
ESPN Monday Night Football(Source: ESPN MediaZone)
Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
Chris Berman, Steve Young, Lindsay Czarniak(For 2nd Game on Week 1)
Sunday NFL Countdown
The new Sunday NFL Countdown crew makes its debut on September 11 (11 a.m., ESPN). In his 32nd season quarterbacking ESPN’s signature NFL pregame show, Berman hosts with new ESPN analysts Matt Hasselbeck, Randy Moss and Charles Woodson and NFL analyst and Super Bowl-winning quarterback Trent Dilfer. Additionally, Wendi Nix will host segments, senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen and NFL Insider Adam Schefter will have all the latest league news and senior fantasy sports analyst Matthew Berry will share his insights on the day’s matchups. Feature reporters include Annie Apple, Frank Caliendo,Greg Garber, Jade McCarthy and Jim Trotter. Game-site reporters include Josina Anderson,Jeff Darlington, Britt McHenry, Sal Paolantonio and Ed Werder.
Monday Night Countdown
Suzy Kolber will host Monday Night Countdown (6 p.m., ESPN) from the site of each week’s MNF game with a new crew – Dilfer, M. Hasselbeck, Moss, C. Woodson and Young. Michelle Beisner will contribute features exclusively for Monday Countdown this season, McDonough and Gruden will be part of the show from the booth and Salters will provide reports from the sideline. Additionally, Berman, Mortensen and Schefter will join Countdown from ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Conn.
NCAA College Football(From Wikipedia which is true)
|ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime||Dave Flemming||Jesse Palmer||Laura Rutledge|
|ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime||Adam Amin||Mack Brown||Molly McGrath|
|ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 Saturdays||Steve Levy||Brian Griese||Todd McShay|
|Dave Pasch||Greg McElroy||Tom Luginbill|
|Bob Wischusen||Brock Huard||Allison Williams|
|Mike Patrick||Ed Cunningham||Dr. Jerry Punch|
|Mark Jones||Rod Gilmore||Quint Kessenich|
|Allen Bestwick||Mike Belloti||Kris Budden|
|Beth Mowins||Anthony Becht||Rocky Boiman|
|Jason Benetti||Kelly Stouffer||Paul Carcaterra|
|Dave Lamont||Ray Bentley|
|ESPNU Saturdays||Anish Shroff||Ahmad Brooks|
|Clay Matvick||Dusty Dvoracek|
|Eamon McAnaney||John Congemi|
|SEC Network Saturdays||Brent Musburger||Jesse Palmer||Kaylee Hartung|
|Tom Hart||Andre Ware||Cole Cubelic|
|Dave Neal||Matt Stinchcomb||Olivia Harlan|
|Saturday Night Football on ABC||Chris Fowler or Rece Davis||Kirk Herbstreit||Samantha Ponder|
|ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime||Joe Tessitore||Todd Blackledge||Holly Rowe|
|ESPN Radio Game of the Week||Bill Rosinski||David Norrie||Ian Fitzsimmons|
|ESPN Thursday Pre-game and halftime||Adnan Virk||Joey Galloway and Danny Kanell|
|ESPN College Gameday||Rece Davis||Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack||Tom Rinaldi|
|SEC Nation on SEC Network||Maria Taylor||Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, and Paul Finebaum||Laura Rutledge|
|ABC College Football Countdown||Stan Verrett||Mack Brown and Mark May||Cassidy Hubbarth|
|ESPN College Football Scoreboard||Adnan Virk||Joey Galloway and Danny Kanell|
|ESPN2 College Football Scoreboard||Chris Cotter||Butch Davis and Jonathan Vilma|
|ESPNU studio||Brendan Fitzgerald||Kevin Carter and Charles Arbuckle|
|ESPN College Football Final||Adnan Virk||Joey Galloway and Danny Kanell|
FOX College Football
- Gus Johnson/Joel Klatt/Shannon Spake (FOX)
- Joe Davis/Brady Quinn/Jenny Taft (FOX/Fox Sports 1)
- Tim Brando/Spencer Tillman/Bruce Feldman (Fox Sports 1)
- Justin Kutcher/Petros Papadakis (Fox Sports 1)
- Mark Followill or Aaron Goldsmith/Ben Leber/Lesley McCaslin (FSN)
- Brendan Burke/Brian Baldinger/Christian Steckel (FSN)
- Ron Thulin/Gary Reasons/Abby Hornacek (FSN/FCS)
- Matt Devlin/James Bates/Jenn Hildreth (ACC on FS)
- Scott Sudikoff or Eric Frede/TBA/TBA (Ivy League on FCS)
CBS/CBS Sports Network(Source: CBS Sports Press Express)
SEC on CBS (For 2016)
- Verne Lundquist/Gary Danielson/Allie LaForce
- Brad Nessler/Aaron Taylor/Jenny Dell
CBS Sports Network
- Carter Blackburn/Aaron Taylor/Jenny Dell (MWC)
- Rich Waltz/Adam Archuleta/Cassie Gallo (MWC/C-USA)
- Dave Ryan/Corey Chavous/Melanie Collins (AAC)
- Ben Holden/Jay Feely/John Schriffen (Army/MAC)
- John Sadak/Randy Cross/Sheehan Stanwick-Burch (Navy)
- Dwayne Ballen and Jason Horowitz (pxp), Ben Leber and Eric Davis (analysts), & Tina Cervasio, Taylor Rooks, and Jill Savage (sidelines) will also contribute.
In addition, CBS Sports Network returns its comprehensive lineup of college football studio programming, anchored by INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL on Tuesday nights. The two-hour studio show is anchored by host Adam Zucker, who is joined by analysts Rick Neuheisel, Brian Jones, Randy Cross and Aaron Taylor. Other CBS Sports Network studio announcers include hosts Brent Stover and Dana Jacobson, as well as analysts Houston Nutt and Christian Fauria.
- Kevin Kugler/Matt Millen/Lisa Byington
- Eric Collins or Joe Beninati or Cory Provous/Glen Mason/Rebecca Haarlow or Rick Pizzo
- Chris Denari or Matt Devlin or Josh Lewin/Chuck Long/J Leman
- Matt Devlin or Scott Graham or Joe Beninati/J Leman or Shaun O’Hara/Rebecca Haarlow
- Joe Beninati/Scott McBrien
- Anthony Lapanta or Chris Denari/Stanley Jackson/Jamie Hersch
- Tom Werme/Steve Hutchinson
NBC/NBC Sports Network
Notre Dame Football
Dan Hicks or Mike Tirico/Doug Flutie/Kathryn Tappen
Liam McHugh (@liam_mchugh) will host Countdown to Kickoff at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN, alongside 11-year NFL veteran and former University of Michigan LB Dhani Jones (@DhaniJones). McHugh and Jones will also manage halftime duties on NBC.
NBC Sports Network
- Todd Harris/Anthony Herron (CAA)
- Paul Burmeister or Mike Corey/Ross Tucker (Ivy League)
- Steve Schlanger/Andy Gresh
American Sports Network
- Ron Thulin/Keith Moreland or Doug Chapman
- Dave Armstrong/Rich Baldinger
- Mike Gleason/Jim Donnan or Michael Young
- Jeff McCarragher/Ken Dunek or Michael Young
- Carl Reuter/Andy Gresh
- Brett Dolan/Keith Moreland
- Darren Goldwater/Nate Ross (D2/SoCon)
- Eric Frede/Ken Dunek
- Lyn Rollins, Lincoln Rose, Randy McIlvoy, or David Saltzman/Rene Nadeau, ND Kalu, or Shea Walker/Kelsey Wingert, Jessica Province, or Chris Mycoskie(SLC)