Monday, March 12, 2007

College Football Live TV Show

After a great ratings season for College Football in 2006, ESPN is going to launch a daily show, College Football Live, dedicated to the college game. The show is set to kickoff July 23rd.

Modeled after the network's daily NFL Live, the new show will be hosted mostly by Rece Davis and feature breaking news, features and analysis. Davis will be joined by a rotating mix of ESPN's college football talent, including Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit from College GameDay, Lou Holtz, Mark May, Bob Griese, Doug Flutie, Todd Blackledge, Craig James and Ed Cunningham.
At first I didn't know how to take this because so little happens during the offseason in College Football. The only news seems to be players getting suspended and injuries. But starting in late July they can suck people in that are just craving some football and getting excited for the season. I'm sure there will be alot of previews and what not and they won't have to actually rely on things happening at that moment. The show will only run through the Bowl season so it will not make an attempt to report offseason happenings. You can get a 15 second snippet of who got suspended on Sportscenter. This is a good thing and I look for ward to tuning in this summer.

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