COLORADO AT FRESNO STATE HIGHLIGHTS COLLEGE FOOTBALL TRIPLEHEADER ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
CBS Sports Network airs a college football tripleheader on Saturday, Sept. 15, highlighted by a primetime matchup between Colorado and Fresno State (8:00 PM, ET). James Bates, Aaron Taylor and reporter Lauren Gardner call the action at Bulldog Stadium in Fresno, Calif.
Saturday’s live action begins at 12:00 NOON, ET as Northern Illinois visits Army to kick off the Network’s third season of Army football coverage. Ben Holden, Randy Cross and guest sideline reporter Cadet Brad Strimel announce from Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y.
ECU at Southern Miss follows (3:30 PM, ET) from M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, Miss. Dave Ryan and Ron Zook handle the call, with Evan Washburn reporting from the sidelines.
Saturday’s studio programming begins with SEC TONIGHT (7:00 PM, ET) as host Brent Stover, Brian Jones, Houston Nutt and guest analyst and four-time Pro Bowler Trevor Pryce provide post-game coverage of CBS Sports’ “SEC Game of the Week” and discuss the rest of the day’s SEC action. INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL (11:30 PM-12:00 MIDNIGHT, ET) wraps up the day with news and highlights from across the country.
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NEWS AND NOTES FROM CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S
INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL
(RANDY CROSS ON NOTRE DAME-MICHIGAN STATE):
You can’t just say "we’re going to pound the heck out of the ball." Michigan State, through two games, is giving about 54 yards per game rushing. And that’s not going to help play action. That’s not going to help your offense at all. They have to get in the triple digits running. Everett Golson is going to have to use some magic in avoiding that wonderful defense.
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(BRIAN JONES ON ALABAMA-ARKANSAS):
I think ‘Bama wins by at least two touchdowns in this ball game on the road. You look at Arkansas last week, they allowed over 500 yards of total offense to ULM. They can’t run the ball. You’re up 21-7, you can’t put them away. You’re up 28-7, you can’t run the rock and put the Warhawks away. They have big issues on the offensive side of the ball.
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(AARON TAYLOR ON OKLAHOMA):
They struggled on the road to UTEP, granted it was the first game, maybe they were flat a little bit. But Landry Jones has kind of been pedestrian. The offensive line giving up six sacks in two games. And last week they started out slow. Good teams need to play fast wire-to-wire and they’re just a little bit too sluggish to be a top-five team early on.
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