The countdown is officially on to the beginning of football season once again. That is because ESPN’s College Football Live returns Monday, July 13th.
ESPN’s College Football Live returns Monday, July 13th with a jam packed show already on tap. It kicks off with a broadcast from the SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama. It will air each day live from SEC Days from July 13th – Thursday, July 16th at 2pm ET on ESPN. Thursday’s broadcast will be broadcast live on ESPN2. Joe Tessitore will anchor each broadcast. He will be joined at the desk by analysts Joey Gallaway and David Pollack for additional commentary and insight. After its kickoff week, College Football Live will broadcast a half-hour progam each day during the college football regular season at 2pm ET on ESPN or ESPN2. Beginning with Monday’s broadcast, those fans that miss the broadcast won’t have to worry as each broadcast will also be available after the fact as an ESPN podcast.
Along with the upcoming season premiere of College Football Live, officials with the ESPN family of networks have also announced the details for its networks’ college football coverage both on television and online. ESPNU will carry coverage of Media Days for the ACC, SEC, Big 12, Big 10, and Pac 12 from July 13th – 31st in a three-hour broadcast for each. The complete broadcast schedule for ESPNU’s Media Day coverage is noted below.
Date Time (ET) Conference
Mon, July 13 3 – 6 p.m. SEC
Tue, July 14 1 – 4 p.m. SEC
Wed, July 15 1 – 4 p.m. SEC
Thu, July 16 1 – 4 p.m. SEC
Mon, July 20 1 – 4 p.m. ACC and Big 12
Tue, July 21 1 – 4 p.m. ACC and Big 12
Thu, July 30 1 – 4 p.m. Big Ten and Pac-12
Fri, July 31 1 – 4 p.m. Big Ten and Pac-12
ESPN’s SportsCenter will offer its own coverage to complement that of both ESPNU and the SEC Network with four days of SportsCenter on the Road broadcasts from the SEC’s Media Days. Reporters Joe Schad and Brett McMurphy will have coverage along the way.
ESPN3 and ESPN.com will also offer their own extensive coverage with ESPN3 offering coverage of the Media Days for the Sun Belt Conference, Mountain West, Mid-American, Big South, Southland, and American. ESPN.com will preview each and every media day, provide daily news and analysis, and produce pieces that will center on each of college football’s major conferences. ESPN Now will complement the coverage of ESPN3 and ESPN.com with its own additional content including: photos, commentary, quotes and more from each conference’s media day. Each outlet’s broadcast schedule is noted below.
Date Time (ET) Conference
Mon,July 20 2 – 4 p.m. Sun Belt
Tue, July 28 TBD Mountain West
Wed, July 29 Noon – 3 p.m. Mid-American
TBD Mountain West
4 – 7 p.m. Big South
8 – 10 p.m. Southland
Tue, Aug. 4 TBD American
ACC Andrea Adelson, Matt Fortuna, David Hale and Jared Shanker
Big 12 Brandon Chatmon and Max Olson
Big Ten Adam Rittenberg, Brian Bennett, Josh Moyer, Dan Murphy, Mitch Sherman and Austin Ward
Pac-12 Ted Miller, Kevin Gemmell, Chantel Jennings and David Lombardi
SEC Mark Schlabach, Edward Aschoff, Alex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf
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