Sept. 14: at Texas A&M
Sept. 28: OLE MISS
Oct. 12: at Kentucky
Oct. 19: ARKANSAS
Oct. 26: TENNESSEE
Nov. 9: LSU
Nov. 16: at Mississippi State
Nov. 30: at Auburn
27 August 2012
Posted by Rachel Margolis
The spirited trio of ESPN College GameDay Built by The Home Depotanalysts – Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard tested each other’s expertise during Saturday’sCollege GameDay Season Preview. They predict the winners of the six automatic qualifying BCS conferences and the teams that will square off in the Discover BCS National Championship Game (Jan. 7, at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio). An additional 15 ESPN college football analysts weighed in with their conference predictions as well as the teams competing for the national title.
Release Date: 8/6/2012
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Acquires Bleacher Report
Leading Sports Digital Property Joins Turner Sports Portfolio
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. has acquired Bleacher Report (B/R), one of the fastest-growing sports digital properties on the Internet, it was announced today by David Levy, president of sales, distribution and sports of Turner Broadcasting. San Francisco-based B/R (http://www.bleacherreport.com) and its popular mobile offerings will now operate as part of the Turner Sports division.
August 10, 2012
LSU, Alabama, Oklahoma, and Oregon Round Out Top Five
The USC Trojans are the number one team in ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com’s preseason college football “Power Rankings,” part of a comprehensive look at the upcoming season in The Mag’s College Football Preview Issue on newsstands today.
For Immediate Release
8 August 2012
College football can be a little dizzying, with its ups and downs, computer formulas, and conference musical chairs. But we can always trust that the first Saturday of the season will bring what really matters into focus. However teams approach the new season, they all have the same thing in mind: winning the BCS.
With each new season, we gather to ask: Is this the year the rest of the country finally catches up to the SEC? Maybe it ends this year, if USC can throw the Tigers or the Tide into submission. Or next year, if Urban Meyer needs just one season in Columbus like he did in Gainesville. How has the SEC won six straight BCS titles, and how can it be stopped? This dominance has to end, right? Not if you ask SEC fans.
ESPN PRESS RELEASE – JULY 11, 2012
ESPN will present live coverage of Thursday’s press conference with Judge Louis Freeh as he discusses his report on ”the investigation into the facts and circumstances of the actions of (Penn State) surrounding the child abuse committed” by Jerry Sandusky.
Coverage from Philadelphia, where the news conference will take place, begins on the live, 9 a.m. ET SportsCenter, with reporter Jeremy Schaap on-site. (The Freeh Report is scheduled for release at 9 a.m. via www.TheFreehReportonPSU.com.)
At 10 a.m., SportsCenter will offer live coverage of the Freeh press conference, which will also be shown on ESPNU and ESPN3. In addition, ESPN.com will have coverage regarding the report’s release.
Live coverage on ESPN will continue when Outside the Lines devotes its entire show to the topic at 3 p .m. followed by College Football Live at 3:30 p.m.