Change is on the air

Hayes, Matt
August 2006
Sporting News;8/25/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 34, p12
This article discusses sportscasting, and the broadcasting of college football during the 2006 season. The author provides analysis of the college football sportscaters on television networks such as ABC, CBS, and ESPN. Sportscasters Brad Nessler, Brent Musberger and Ron Franklin received the highest marks, while Dan Fouts received the lowest ranking. INSET: But before you cozy up to that remote. . ..


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