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CBS Sports Network Reveals College Football Plans

The CBS Sports Network has a full schedule of college football games on tap for this season. The network will feature teams from the American Athletic Conference, the Mountain West, Conference USA, the Mid-American Conference, and Army and Navy football.

Two new bowl games have been added for the upcoming season. The new additions are the AutoNation Cure Bowl on Saturday, December 16th and the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl on Friday, December 29th.

The first broadcast of the season will feature Oregon State versus Colorado State on Saturday, August 26th. Other high profile teams appearing on the schedule this season include Stanford, Oregon, Mississippi State, Boise State, and Virginia Tech, among others.

CBS Sports Network will also televise seven Army games, five Navy games and six Air Force games, making it the destination for Service Academy football.

To help present a strong product for college football fans, the network has added a few fresh faces. Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and Illinois offensive lineman David Diehl join CBS Sports Network as analysts. Diehl has worked for FOX Sports analyzing games, and will continue doing so despite the additional opportunities with CBS Sports Network. Former Washington State Cougar and NFL safety Erik Coleman also joins the CBS Sports Network as a sideline reporter.

Returning as the lead announce team are the trio of Carter Blackburn, analyst Aaron Taylor and reporter Jenny Dell. The full list of network announcers are listed below.

Play-by-Play/Analyst/Reporter:

Carter Blackburn/Aaron Taylor/Jenny Dell

Rich Waltz/Aaron Murray/Cassie McKinney

Dave Ryan/Corey Chavous/Melanie Collins

John Sadak/Randy Cross/Tina Cervasio or Sheehan Stanwick-Burch

Ben Holden/Jay Feely/John Schriffen

Jason Horowitz/David Diehl/Erik Coleman

CBS Sports Network also revealed that its flagship college football studio show Inside College Football will begin Tuesday, August 29th at 7pm ET. Adam Zucker anchors the show, and is joined by analysts Rick Neuheisel, Brian Jones, Randy Cross, and Aaron Taylor. The studio team also includes Dana Jacobson, Brent Stover, Houston Nutt, and Christian Fauria.

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