ESPN Radio Releases Early Broadcast Schedule For 2015 – 2016 NFL Regular Season

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There’s more good news for all of the football fans and fanatics out there. The worldwide leader in sports has released the first group of Sunday afternoon NFL games to be covered by ESPN Radio this season.

ESPN Radio will kick off its thirteenth season of NFL coverage fittingly on Sunday, September 13th with a doubleheader broadcast. It kicks off with an AFC matchup between the Colts and Bills in Buffalo at 1pm ET. New Bills coach Rex Ryan looks to open his first season at the helm in Buffalo with a win over the Colts, who finished the 2014 – 2015 season atop the AFC South at 11 – 5. The Bills on the other hand finished the 2014 – 2015 season second in the AFC North at 9 – 7. At 4pm ET, the Ravens face off against the Broncos in the “Mile High City” in another AFC matchup. Denver finished the 2014 – 2015 season atop the AFC West standings with a 12 – 4 record while Baltimore closed out its 2014 – 2015 season third in the AFC North with a 10 – 6 record. Julio Jones leads the Atlanta Falcons into New York to take on Odell Beckham, Jr. and the New York Giants on Sunday, September 20th. And in Week Three, ESPN Radio will carry coverage of the Eagles at Jets. These are just some of the games that ESPN Radio will carry during the 2014 – 2015 NFL regular season. The current slate of games scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN Radio are listed below. The remainder of the season’s games that ESPN Radio will carry will be announed at later dates. Each week’s broadcast will be preceded by a one-hour pre-game show throughout the season.

ESPN Radio’s current broadcast schedule for the 2015 – 2016 NFL Regular season is listed below.

Date              Time (ET)     Game
Sun, Sep 13  1 p.m.           Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills
4 p.m.          Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos

Sun, Sep 20   1 p.m.          Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants

Sun, Sep 27   1 p.m.          Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets

Sun, Oct 4      1 p.m.         Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts

Sun, Oct 11    1 p.m.         Seattle Seahawks at Cincinnati Bengals


Mark Kestecher, Bill Rosinski, and Ryan Ruocco will share play-by-play duties throughout the season. They will be joined by analysts Herm Edwards, Shaun O’Hara, and Bill Polian throughout the season. More information on ESPN’s NFL coverage is available online now at:



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ESPN Radio Announces Broadcast Schedule For 2014 College Football Season

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Courtesy: ESPN

Officials with ESPN and ESPN Radio announced today the complete broadcast schedule for the 2014 college football season.

This year’s broadcast schedule includes a total of thirty games beginning the weekend of August 28th – August 30th. Boise State and Mississippi open the weekend’s events in Atlanta. That game is followed by a triple-header Saturday, August 30th. West Virginia and Alabama face off first at 2:30pm ET. Next up on the day are Oklahoma State and Florida State. The Trojans of USC host Fresno State to round out opening weekend’s schedule of games. More games will follow each Saturday and on select Thursdays. It all concludes on Thanksgiving weekend with UCLA hosting Stanford November28th, Michigan on the road against the Buckeyes of Ohio State on November 29th, and two championship matchups Friday and Saturday, December 5th and 6th. The first of those matchups will be the Pac-12 Championship December5th and the ACC Championship Saturday, December 6th.

The broadcast team of Bill Rosinski, David Norrie, and Joe Schad return this season for coverage of each game. Sites for College GameDay on ESPN Radio and post-season bowl schedule will be announced at a later date. The complete 2014 ESPN Radio college football broadcast schedule is listed below.


Time (ET) Game
Thu, Aug 28 7 p.m. Boise State vs. Mississippi in Atlanta
Sat, Aug 30 2:30 p.m. West Virginia vs. Alabama in Atlanta
Follows 2:30 p.m. game Oklahoma State vs. Florida State in Arlington, Texas
7 p.m. Fresno State at USC
Sat, Sep 6 6:30 p.m. BYU at Texas
Sat, Sep 13 6:30 p.m. Kentucky at Florida
Thu, Sep 18 6:30 p.m. Auburn at Kansas State
Sat, Sep 20 7 p.m. Miami at Nebraska
Thu, Sep 25 9 p.m. UCLA at Arizona State
Sat, Sep 27 TBD Oregon State at USC
Sat, Oct 4 TBD Arizona State at USC
Sat, Oct 11 TBD Louisville at Clemson
Sat, Oct 18 TBD Kansas State at Oklahoma
Sat, Oct 25 TBD Mississippi at LSU
Sat, Nov 1 TBD Florida vs. Georgia in Jacksonville, Fla.
TBD Auburn at Mississippi
Thu, Nov 6 6:30 p.m. Clemson at Wake Forest
Sat, Nov 8 TBD Alabama at LSU
TBD Texas A&M at Auburn
Thu, Nov 13 8 p.m. California at USC
Sat, Nov 15 TBD Florida State at Miami
TBD Mississippi State at Alabama
Thu, Nov 20 6:30 p.m. North Carolina at Duke
Sat, Nov 22 TBD Oklahoma State at Baylor
TBD Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
Fri, Nov 28 TBD Stanford at UCLA
Sat, Nov 29 TBD Michigan at Ohio State
TBD Notre Dame at USC
Fri, Dec 5 8 p.m. Pac-12 Championship
Sat, Dec 6 7 p.m. ACC Championship


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