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NCAA.com To Debut College Football Preview Show

Vince Cellini and Dave Archer will host a new college football show on NCAA.com starting this Thursday at 12:00 p.m. ET.

The debut 30-minute show will focus on the top storylines for the upcoming 2011 college football season across the Football Bowl Subdivision, the Football Championship Subdivision, Division II and Division III.

During the college football season, NCAA.com will broadcast a weekly preview show focused on upcoming matchups and feature exclusive interviews with coaches and players.

 

 


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Bobby Knight Apologizes For Comments About University of Kentucky Basketball Team

ESPN college basketball analyst Bob Knight has apologized after accusing University of Kentucky basketball players of not attending class during their spring semester.

“My overall point is that ‘one and dones’ are not healthy for college basketball,” Knight said. “I should not have made it personal to Kentucky and its players and I apologize.”

Knight made the comments about the starters from the 2009-10 Kentucky team during a speaking engagement in Indiana on Saturday.

“Bob Knight’s comments do not reflect the opinions of and are not endorsed by ESPN,” said ESPN executive vice president Norby Williamson. “We have communicated to him our disappointment and welcome his apology.”

Fellow ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Williams appeared with Matt Jones on KentuckySportsRadio.com Tuesday and was critical of Knight’s comments. Read more

NFL Broadcast Teams For Week 3

Another week, another home town unable to hear Gus Johnson.

The Tampa Bay-Pittsburgh game will be blacked out within within a 75-mile radius of Raymond James Stadium as the Bucs were unable to sell out their entire batch of non-premium seating.

Last week’s home opener for the San Diego Chargers, which Johnson called, was blacked out in Southern California.

Normally a team will ask for an extension from the league to sell the remainder of the tickets.

Tampa Bay didn’t even bother.

This is the second home game this season that has been blacked out for the surprising 2-0 Buccaneers.

Below are the broadcast teams for Week 3 of, “Where in The World is Gus Johnson?”

Dallas @ Houston: Joe Buck & Troy Aikman (FOX)

Detroit @ Minnesota: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston & Tony Siragusa (FOX) Read more