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ABC, ESPN, and ESPN 2 2006 College Football Commentators
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07-25-2006, 09:47 AM
Old School Vol
ABC, ESPN, and ESPN 2 2006 College Football Commenators
*= play by play &=color analyst ^= sideline reporter
ABC Saturday Night College Football- *Brent Musgurger, & Bob Davie, & Kirk Herbstreit, ^ Lisa Salters
ABC Saturday Game- *Brad Nessler, &Bob Griese,& Paul Maguire, ^Stacey Dales
ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime-*Mike Patrick,&Todd Blackledge,^ Holly Rowe
ESPN2 College Football Saturday Primetime-* Ron Franklin, &Ed Cunningham,^Dr.Jerry Punch
ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime- *Chris Fowler,&Kirk Herbstreit,^Erin Andrews
ESPN Saturday Noon-*Sean McDonough,&Chris Spielmen,^Bob Stone
ESPN2 Saturday noon-*Pam Ward,&Mike Gottfried,^Jimmy Dukes
ABC Saturday Game- *Mark Jones,& David Norrie,^Sam Ryan
ABC Saturday Game-*Dan Fouts,&Tim Brant,^Jack Arute
ABC Saturday Game-*Gary Throne,&Andre Ware,^Todd Harris
ESPN and ESPN2 Friday-*Dave Pasch,&Rod Gilmore,&Trevor Matich,^Alex Flanagan
ESPN and ESPN2 midweek-*John Saunders,&Craig James,^Todd Harris
ESPN and ESPN2 midweek-*Rece Davis,&Mark May,&Lou Holtz,^Rob Stone
ABC Pregame- John Saunders, Craig James,Doug Flutie
ESPN College Gameday- Chris Fowler,Lee Corso,Kirk Herbstreit[Herbstreit will work ABC Saturday when he is on the Gameday site for that game.]
ESPN Halftime- Rece Davis, Mark May, Lou Holtz.
07-25-2006, 10:27 AM
Rational Thought Allowed?
Originally Posted by (Lexvol @ Jul 25, 2006 11:00 AM)
I have come to enjoy Chris Speilman and Andre Ware for some reason. I like what they bring to the table. They both need a little time to mature. Also a big fan of Gottfried and Franklin.
I can hardly listen to Griese (I am a huge fins fan) or Bob Davey, but that is hardly worth mentioning.
You are not a fan of "Football 101," taught by the man that drove Notre Dame football into the ground? Shame, shame.
Originally Posted by IBlvNTmWrk
This is really laughable. I'll just leave this here...
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