CBS Sports Network adds Jay Feely, announces 2015 college football schedule
With 16 weeknight games, including an opening day Thursday tripleheader, CBS Sports Network has put together an ambitious 2015 college football television schedule.
CBS Sports Network announced its deepest-ever college football schedule Wednesday, one featuring a total of 63 games across the Mountain West, AAC, Conference USA, MAC and service academies. The network will also air its first-ever bowl game, the inaugural Autonation Cure Bowl in Orlando on Dec. 19.
The schedule is highlighted by 16 weeknight games, including an opening-week Thursday tripleheader on Sept. 3: FIU at UCF at 6 p.m. ET, Duke at Tulane at 9:30 p.m. ET and -- go ahead and call in late to work Friday right now -- Colorado at Hawaii at 1 a.m. ET.
Among the other Power Five teams slated to appear on CBSSN during the season are Arizona, UCLA, Minnesota, Utah and more, as well as independent power BYU. The network will air several key Mountain West showdowns, including Boise State at Colorado State and the league favorite Broncos' visit to challengers Utah State.
CBSSN's longtime commitment to Army and Navy football likewise continues with televised Midshipmen games against Air Force, East Carolina, USF and others, and Black Knights games against Rutgers, Duke, Wake Forest and others.
Via a CBSSN release, the network also announced its broadcasting talent lineup for 2015, which will add former Michigan and NFL kicker Jay Feely:
Carter Blackburn and Aaron Taylor return as CBS Sports Network’s lead announce team, and are joined by reporter Jenny Dell. Former University of Michigan and NFL kicker Jay Feely joins the Network this season, teaming with Ben Holden to call Army and MAC games. Reporter John Schriffen also joins the team.
In addition, CBS Sports Network returns its comprehensive lineup of college football studio programming, anchored by INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL on Tuesday nights. New CBS Sports analyst Rick Neuheisel joins the two-hour roundtable studio show, which also features host Adam Zucker and analysts 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.
• Arizona at Nevada – Saturday, Sept. 12
• UCLA at UNLV – Saturday, Sept. 12
• Colorado vs. Colorado State – Saturday, Sept. 19
• Utah at Fresno State – Saturday, Sept. 19
• Air Force at Navy – Saturday, Oct. 3
• Fresno State at San Diego State – Saturday, Oct. 3
• Boise State at Colorado State – Saturday, Oct. 10
• Boise State at Utah State – Friday, Oct. 16
• Cincinnati at USF – Friday, Nov. 20
• BYU at Utah State – Saturday, Nov. 28
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