CBS Sports Radio Celebrates The Upcoming Football Season With A New Weekend Programming Schedule

NFL, College and Fantasy Football-Centric Shows Beginning Saturday, Aug. 20

 

CBS Sports Radio today announced the schedule for the network’s football-focused weekend programming, broadcasting reports and coverage on over 330 affiliate stations across the country.  Listeners can tune in to CBS Sports Radio on-air, streaming online at cbssportsradio.com or by downloading the Radio.com app for mobile devices.

Kicking off the season is EYE ON FANTASY FOOTBALL, which will begin Saturday, Aug. 20 and feature CBSSports.com senior fantasy football writers Adam Aizer, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg on a rotating basis.  Broadcasting from two locations – the CBS Sports Radio studios in New York and the CBSSports.com studios in Fort Lauderdale – from 10:00PM- 12:00Midnight, ET, the show will air on various CBS RADIO local sports stations including Sports Radio 660 and 101.9 FM WFAN (New York), 105.3 The Fan (Dallas/Fort-Worth), Sports Radio 610(Houston), 106.7 The Fan (Washington, D.C.), 105.7 The Fan (Baltimore), and 93-7 The Fan (Pittsburgh) – pending local scheduling.

Starting Saturday, Sept. 3, CBS Sports Radio anchor Rich Ackerman will host EYE ON COLLEGE FOOTBALL weekly.  From 12:00Noon-8:00PM, ET, Ackerman will provide the newest updates from all of the top college football games, as well as interviews with coaches, players, writers, broadcasters and more.

Then on Sundays, CBS Sports Radio’s Damon Amendolara will be the host of SUNDAY MORNING FOOTBALL from 9:00-11:00AM, ET beginning Sunday, Sept. 11, and will preview the day’s football games, as well as recap the college football games from earlier in the week.  Amendolara, known by his fans as D.A., regularly hosts the network’s popular evening program, “The D.A. Show” weeknights from 6:00-10:00PM, ET.

CBSSports.com’s FANTASY FOOTBALL TODAY also returns Sunday, Sept. 11.  A simulcast of the website’s show, the program will be broadcast from 11:00AM-12:00Noon, ET featuring co-hosts Nick Costos, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg.  FANTASY FOOTBALL TODAY will bring fans the latest fantasy football news. 

Finally, Ackerman will host EYE ON FOOTBALL also beginning Sunday, Sept. 11.  From 12:00Noon-8:00PM, ET, the program will focus on the current news and scores from every NFL game, as well as featured interviews and more.

Here is a complete look at CBS Sports Radio’s weekend lineup:

 

Saturdays (all times ET)

2:00-6:00AM: host Paul Nanos

6:00–10:00AM:  hosts Moose and Maggie (Marc Malusis and Maggie Gray)

10:00AM–12:00Noon: Eye on Baseball, hosted by Adam Gerstenhaber and CJ Nitkowski

12:00Noon-8:00PM: Eye on College Football, hosted by Rich Ackerman

8:00–10:00PM: host Jody McDonald

10:00PM-12:00Midnight: Eye on Fantasy Football, hosted by Adam Aizer, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg

Sundays (all times ET)

12:00Midnight–2:00AM: host Bill Simonson

2:00-6:00AM: host Paul Nanos

6:00–9:00AM: host John Kincade

9:00-11:00AM: Sunday Morning Football, hosted by Damon Amendolara

11:00AM-12:00Noon: Fantasy Football Today, hosted by Nick Costos, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg

12:00Noon-8:00PM: Eye on Football, hosted by Rich Ackerman

8:00PM-10:00PM: host Jody McDonald

10:00PM-2:00AM: host Ken Carman

 

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