CBS Sports Radio, which offers around the clock national sports coverage from a wide range of sports personalities and experienced broadcasters, is gearing up for the 2013 football season with a range of new programs dedicated to the sport. The five new shows, along with the rest of CBS Sports Radio’s programming, can be heard on hundreds of stations nationwide, streaming online at www.cbssportsradio.com and through the Radio.com app for mobile devices.
On Saturdays, CBS Sports Radio anchor Rich Ackerman hosts “Eye on College Football” from 12:00-8:00PM. The show includes reports from all of the top college football games as well as interviews with coaches, players, broadcasters and writers. In addition, the network’s Jody McDonald will join Rich from 6:00-8:00PM every Saturday to break down the competition, and continues with his solo show until 10:00PM.
Later on Saturday nights, Adam the Bull hosts “Eye on Fantasy Football” from 10:00PM- midnight. The show is co-hosted by CBSSports.com senior fantasy football writers, Dave Richard and Jamey Eisenberg. The writers will join Adam from the CBSSports.com studios in Fort Lauderdale.
As previously announced, “Mike Francesa’s Football Sunday” will now air nationally on Sunday mornings. Beginning on Sunday, September 8, the program can be heard from 9:00-11:00AM. The program has been a staple of WFAN-AM/FM’s Sunday football lineup for 25 years, where Francesa’s legendary afternoon drive program is heard each weekday.
Following “Mike Francesa’s Football Sunday,” and also starting Sunday, September 8, CBS Sports Radio will simulcast CBSSports.com’s “Fantasy Football Today” show from 11:00AM- 12:00PM. The program will be hosted by the site’s Jason Horowitz. The show will provide late breaking fantasy football news.
Finally, from 12:00-8:00PM, and beginning on Sunday, September 8, Rich Ackerman will additionally host “Eye on Football.” The show will offer a national perspective on all of the NFL games as well as interviews and reports. Similarly to their Saturday College focused program, Jody McDonald will join Rich for the final two hours of the show, every Sunday.
Here is a complete look at CBS Sports Radio’s weekend lineup:
Saturdays– 6:00-9:00AM: Marc Malusis and Maggie Gray
9:00-10:00AM: Brandon Tierney (of CBS Sports Radio’s morning show, TBD in the AM and CBS Sports Network’s The Other Pregame Show)
10:00AM-12:00PM: Eye on Baseball with Brandon Tierney and CJ Nitkowski (through the World Series)
12:00-8:00PM: Eye on College Football
8:00-10:00PM: Jody McDonald
10:00PM-12:00AM: Eye on Fantasy Football
Sundays– 12:00-2:00AM: Adam the Bull
2:00-6:00AM: Amy Lawrence
6:00-9:00AM: John Kincade
9:00AM-11:00AM: Mike Francesa’s Football Sunday
11:00AM-12:00PM: Fantasy Football Today with Jason Horowitz, Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard
12:00-8:00PM: Eye on Football
8:00-10:00PM: Jody McDonald
10:00PM-2:00AM: Amy Lawrence
The network is a content partnership between CBS RADIO and CBS Sports, with affiliate sales and syndication provided by Cumulus Media Networks.
About CBS Sports Radio:
Launched on September 4, 2012, CBS Sports Radio programming can be heard on over 300 stations nationwide, including all of the Top 10 and 35 of the Top 50 markets across the United States.
The network is a content partnership between CBS RADIO and CBS Sports, with affiliate sales and syndication provided by Cumulus Media Networks, and offers around the clock national sports coverage from a wide range of sports personalities and experienced broadcasters. Jim Rome, Boomer Esiason, Tiki Barber, John Feinstein, Doug Gottlieb, Dana Jacobson and Scott Ferrall are among the many voices heard on CBS Sports Radio.
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