CBS Sports' college football lineup on Saturday, Dec. 1 highlighted by SEC Championship Game
*No. 14-Ranked Tennessee takes on *No. 5-Ranked LSU in SEC Title Game
Army battles Navy in 108th college football classic from Philadelphia
CBS Sports presents an action-packed line-up of college sports on Saturday, Dec. 1 highlighted by the SEC Championship game (4-7:30 p.m., ET), featuring Eastern Division Champion and *No. 14-ranked Tennessee versus Western Division Champion and *No. 5-ranked LSU at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga.
The 108th meeting of the Army-Navy football classic, one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports, is broadcast live from M&T Stadium in Baltimore, Md. (noon-3:30 p.m., ET).
Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson, CBS Sports' lead college football announce team, call the action from Atlanta with Tracy Wolfson reporting from the sidelines. Craig Silver, the Network's coordinating producer of college football, produces and Steve Milton directs. CBS Sports' national broadcast of the SEC Championship also is broadcast in HDTV.
"The NFL Today's" studio analyst Boomer Esiason does double duty as he moves from the studio into the booth to serve as game analyst alongside Ian Eagle for the Army-Navy contest. Sam Ryan serves as reporter. Steve Scheer produces and Mark Grant directs. The Army-Navy contest also will be broadcast in HDTV.
"College Football Today," CBS Sports' pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show, with Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman, keep viewers updated with scores and highlights on all the games throughout the afternoon. "College Football Today" will feature the traditional parade of the Brigade of Midshipmen and the Corps of Cadets onto the field prior to the Army-Navy game. Vin DeVito will produce and Linda Malino will direct.
College Football Championship Saturday presented by Chick-Fil-A (3:30-4 p.m., ET) with Brando and Tillman, previews the Tennessee-LSU match-up, along with the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Tony Barnhart reporting live from Atlanta.
Tony Petitti is Executive Vice President and Executive Producer, CBS Sports.
(*AP Poll as of 11/26/07)