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CSTV's College Football Coverage

Passing along a release from them.  I wish I had CSTV, hopefully those of you with it can find the following useful.

CSTV returns a talented lineup of football announcers and analysts for the network’s fifth season of college football programming.  CSTV will kick off its national college football coverage with five nights of consecutive conference preview shows airing at 8:00 p.m. ET beginning this Sunday, August 19 with the “Crystal Ball SEC Football Preview Show.”   The full schedule is included below. 

Analyst Trev Alberts (Nebraska, Indianapolis Colts) is back for his second season calling games for the network and will again be teamed with play-by-play announcer Tom Hart.  Other broadcast teams include newcomer Roland Williams, a former standout tight end at Syracuse and NFL tight-end (St. Louis Rams), who will be an analyst teamed with play-by-play announcer Jonathan Coachman. Brian Jones, a former University of Texas linebacker and NFL veteran, will be paired with play-by-play voice Carter Blackburn.  The Navy telecasts will again be handled by longtime Navy voice Pete Medhurst and former Maryland quarterback Scott Zolak.

Brian Curtis joins analysts Alberts and Jones and host Greg Amsinger on the network’s popular weekly roundtable show “CRYSTAL BALL,” which airs every Wednesday throughout the season at 7:00 pm ET.

And, yes, I got this a few days ago and am a little late in posting.  The Crystal Ball etc. schedule and assembled hosts remain constant.

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Reader Comments (5)

I find it imperative to know where every analyst went to school. Makes it more fun dissecting their opinions.
August 21, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterSteve K
I like Crystal Ball, but ESPNU puts out a better product.

I'm not much of a Trev Alberts fan, but I'd rather see him and Mark May butt heads every now and then than listen to Lou Holtz tell me how Notre Dame is going to win every game. Seriously, he just said the other day on this ESPNU Championship Series thing that Notre Dame is like a top 10 team or something, didn't he? He also picked Notre Dame to beat LSU. That game was almost a lock considering the way that the Irish played against Michigan and USC.
August 21, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterEric
I am fortunate enough to have CSTV and really enjoy their football coverage.
August 21, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterChip
CSTV is great, especially considering the kind of content they put out on the web.
August 22, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAdam
CSTV is cool, I'm sort of a fan of college baseball and college lacrosse whenever it's on.

I like ESPNU's coverage better, but CSTV has a more laid-back feel to them. I've been watching their Crystal Ball conference previews, and I think Greg Amsinger is about the best host out there for anything. He's cool, does a great job with his role. Much better than, say, Mike Hall or Lowell Galindo.
August 22, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterEric

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