CBS Sports college basketball analyst brings his expertise to CBS SportsLine.com
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, November 29, 2006 - CBS SportsLine, a leading Internet sports media organization and part of CBS Digital Media, today announced that CBS Sports college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg will be writing weekly columns on CBS SportsLine.com. Kellogg's columns will run the entire college basketball season, all the way through the NCAA® Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
Clark's first weekly column, which debuted on November 28th broke down the many reasons college basketball is starting to see more upsets of teams from "non-power conferences" over those from "power conferences (BCS)". Kellogg cites scholarship limits, early NBA exits and the 3-point shot as several of the reasons fans have witnessed so many upsets thus far in the 2006-07 season. See his first column here:
In addition to his writing, Clark will be featured in various college basketball video programs on CBS SportsLine.com and be heavily involved in the promotion of CBS SportsLine's record setting March Madness™ on Demand (MMOD) product. MMOD is the free online video player that provides streaming live video of the first 56 games of the NCAA® Division I Men's Basketball Championship
"I'm thrilled to be joining CBS SportsLine, one of the top sports sites on the Internet, especially during that special time of year known as "March Madness"," said Kellogg. "The beauty of the Internet is that there are almost no space restrictions, offering an ideal platform for expanded insight and analysis of college basketball, only a fraction of which might make a television broadcast."
Clark joined CBS full-time in 1997 as a studio/game analyst for college basketball coverage. He has co-hosted THE ROAD TO THE FINAL FOUR since 1997. Kellogg played for Ohio State (1979-82) and was the No. 1 draft pick of the Indiana Pacers in 1982.
A full bio for Clark Kellogg can be found at the following link:
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