Tag:SEC on CBS
Posted on: October 23, 2011 3:33 pm
 

LSU-Alabama to be held in prime time on CBS

Posted by Adam Jacobi

It's the game of the week. It's the game of the regular season. Heck, it may even be better than the upcoming BCS Championship. It's No. 1 LSU at No. 2 Alabama, and it's going to be held under the lights on Bryant-Denny Stadium, in prime time on CBS.

CBS Sports announced on Sunday that it would televise LSU-Alabama starting at 8:00 E.T. on November 5, with the lead announcing team of Gary Danielson and Verne Lundquist in the booth. Tracy Wolfson will be the lead reporter.

Fans not near a television can also catch the game streaming live here at CBSSports.com.
Category: NCAAF
Posted on: June 2, 2011 4:00 pm
 

2011 SEC on CBS schedule announced

Posted by Tom Fornelli

We're still three months away from the 2011 college football season starting, but it's never too early to begin planning your Saturday afternoons this fall. So luckily for you, I'm here to help. CBS announced it's SEC on CBS schedule for the year, along with other games that will be broadcast on CBS, and it features the excellent SEC matchups you've come to expect from CBS.

Here's a look at what you'll be seeing this fall.

- 9/17 Florida vs. Tennessee 3:30PM, ET
- 10/1 SEC Doubleheader 3:30PM, ET and 8PM, ET
- 10/29 Florida vs. Georgia 3:30PM, ET
- 11/12 SEC Doubleheader Noon, ET and 3:30PM, ET
- 11/25 LSU vs. Arkansas 2:30PM, ET
- 12/3 SEC Championship 4PM, ET
- 12/10 Army vs. Navy 2:30PM, ET
- 12/31 Sun Bowl 2PM, ET 

As for the Saturdays in between, don't worry, we aren't giving Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Tracy Wolfson those Saturdays off. There will be SEC games on CBS those Saturdays, but the matchups will not be announced until six to twelve days before the games. This way we can assure you'll be seeing the best SEC football on CBS every week. The same can be said of the matchups for our two doubleheaders this season.

Now all you have to do is wait three months.

 
 
 
 
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