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Network Debuts “Wally’s World” Featuring Wally Szczerbiak

            Beginning this week, CBS Sports Network returns its primetime college basketball studio shows COURTSIDE WITH SETH DAVIS and INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL and debuts WALLY’S WORLD, a new 30-minute show hosted by Wally Szczerbiak.

Debuting Wednesday, Dec. 19 (6:30 PM, ET), WALLY’S WORLD covers the entire basketball landscape. Szczerbiak provides his take on the news, storylines, trends and buzz around the basketball world. Contributors to the show include a variety of CBS Sports and basketball analysts.  Szczerbiak enters his fourth year as an analyst for CBS Sports.

COURTSIDE WITH SETH DAVIS, returning for its fourth season, is a one-hour, fast-paced program hosted by college basketball insider Seth Davis that focuses on the latest developments, the most intriguing storylines and the inside scoop from the world of college basketball. Throughout the season, the show will feature a variety of high-profile guests from the college basketball community, including coaches, players, writers and broadcasters. The show debuts on Tuesday, Dec. 18 (7:00 PM, ET).

INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL, which debuts Tuesday, Dec. 18 (10:00 PM, ET), is a one-hour round-table show providing fans in-depth highlights and analysis of the latest college basketball news and results.  The show profiles coaches and players from the nation’s elite teams and previews the top upcoming games. 

The show features analysts Mateen Cleaves, Alaa Abdelnaby, Szczerbiak and insider Jon Rothstein, as well as hosts Adam Zucker, Brent Stover and Dana Jacobson, who joins CBS Sports Network’s studio team this season. CBS Sports personalities Doug Gottlieb, Steve Lappas and Pete Gillen will also appear in studio throughout the season.

Tyler Hale is Vice President, Studio Production, CBS Sports Network.

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