Looks like the afternoon window may be stronger than primetime this week with A&M/Alabama and Oregon State/Stanford both happening early in the day. As always, the full announcing schedule is after the jump and particulars are subject to change...
Thursday, November 8
7 PM- Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State (ESPNU) Joe Davis, Jay Walker
7:30 PM- Florida State at Virginia Tech (ESPN) Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Steele
Friday, November 9
8 PM- Pittsburgh at Connecticut (ESPN2) Carter Blackburn, Rod Gilmore, Jemele Hill
Saturday, November 10
Noon- Arkansas at South Carolina (CBS, cbssports.com) Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein
Noon- Miami [FL] at Virginia (ABC, ESPN3) Tom Hart, Jon Congemi
Noon- Louisville at Syracuse (ABC, ESPN3) Bob Wischusen, Danny Kannell, Maria Taylor
Noon- Northwestern at Michigan (ESPN, ESPN 3D) Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, Jenn Brown
Noon- Wisconsin at Indiana (ESPN2) Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, Niki Noto
Noon- Army at Rutgers (ESPNU) Joe Beninati, Pete Najarian, George Smith
Noon- Kansas at Texas Tech (FSN, FCS Central) Ron Thulin, Brian Baldinger, Jim Knox
Noon- Iowa State at Texas (LHN) Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham, Jeannine Edwards (ABC in Iowa) Mark Neely, Ray Bentley
Noon- Purdue at Iowa (BTN) Josh Lewin, Chris Martin, J Leman
Noon- Louisiana- Lafayette at Florida (SEC Network, ESPN3) Mike Morgan, Chris Doering
Noon- Missouri at Tennessee (SEC Network, ESPN3) Dave Neal, Andre Ware, Cara Capuano
Noon- Cincinnati at Temple (Big East Network, ESPN3) Eamon McEneaney, David Diaz-Infante, Paul Carcaterra
12:30 PM- Georgia Tech at North Carolina (ACC Network, ESPN3) Tim Brant, Dave Archer, Mike Hogewood
1 PM- Kent State at Miami [OH] (STO, ESPN3) Matt Underwood, Frank Stams,
1 PM- Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky (Sun Belt Network, ESPN3) Tom Dore, Cole Cubelic, Barbara Jordan
1:30 PM- Colorado at Arizona (FX) Justin Kutcher, Eric Crouch, Darius Walker
3 PM- Oregon State at Stanford (FOX) Craig Bolerjack, Joel Klatt, Petros Papadakis
3 PM- Wake Forest at NC State (ACC Regional, ESPN3) Rich Waltz, Keith Jones, Jenn Hildreth
3 PM- Arizona State at USC (Pac-12 Networks) Ted Robinson, Glen Parker, Ryan Nece
3:30 PM- Texas A&M at Alabama (CBS, cbssports.com) Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Tracy Wolfson
3:30 PM- Penn State at Nebraska (ABC/ ESPN2) Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman, Quint Kessenich
3:30 PM- West Virginia at Oklahoma State (ABC/ ESPN2) Dave LaMont, Kelly Stouffer
3:30 PM- Maryland at Clemson (ESPNU) Anish Shroff, Dan Hawkins
3:30 PM- Air Force at San Diego State (NBC Sports) Ari Wolfe, Blaine Fowler
3:30 PM- Baylor at Oklahoma (FSN, FCS Pacific) Steve Physioc, J. C. Pearson, Laura McKeeman
3:30 PM- Minnesota at Illinois (BTN) Eric Collins, Derek Rackley, Jon Jansen
3:30 PM- Wyoming at New Mexico (Comcast New Mexico) Jeff Siembieda, Kole McKamey
3:30 PM- San Jose State at New Mexico State (Aggie Vision, Altitude, ESPN3) Glen Cerny, Danny Knee
4:30 PM- Marshall at Alabama- Birmingham (CSS, Comcast Houston, FOX 11) Matt Stewart, Chuck Oliver, Rachel Baribeau
5 PM- Tulsa at Houston (CBS Sports) James Bates, Aaron Taylor, Lauren Gardner
5 PM- South Alabama at North Texas (TXA 21, ESPN3) Dave Barnett, Doug Anderson
7 PM- Kansas State at Texas Christian (FOX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Julie Alexandria
7 PM- Mississippi State at LSU (ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe (Cox Delay) Lyn Rollins, Greg Bowser, Ronnie Rantz
7 PM- Georgia at Auburn (ESPN2) Mark Jones, Brock Huard, Allison Williams
7 PM- Vanderbilt at Ole Miss (ESPNU) Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb, Angela Mallen
7 PM- Boise State at Hawaii (NBC Sports) Paul Burmeister, Rod Woodson
7 PM- Southern Miss at SMU (FSN, FCS Central) Joel Meyers, Gary Reasons, Desmond Purnell
7 PM- Central Florida at UTEP (FCS Atlantic) Mike Gleason, Ben Leber, Lesley McCaslin
7 PM- Louisiana Tech at Texas State (LHN) Dave Armstrong, Ray Bentley
7 PM- UNLV at Colorado State (Time Warner, ROOT Rocky Mountain, KTVD) Tim Neverett, Jay Leewenburg
8 PM- Notre Dame at Boston College (ABC) Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox
10:15 PM- Idaho at BYU (ESPNU) Joe Davis, Jay Walker (BYUtv Delay) Dave McCann, Gary Sheide, Robbie Bullough
10:30 PM- Oregon at California (ESPN) Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen, Samantha Steele
10:30 PM- UCLA at Washington State (ESPN2) Adam Amin, Tom Luginbill, Shelley Smith
10:30 PM- Fresno State at Nevada (NBC Sports) Todd Harris, Anthony Herron
10:30 PM- Utah at Washington (Pac-12 Networks) Kevin Calabro, Adam Archuleta, Yogi Roth
3:30 PM- Navy at Troy- Dave Weekley, Forest Conoly
Saturday, November 10
Noon- Harvard at Penn (NBC Sports) Randy Moss, Ross Tucker, Carolyn Manno
Noon- St. Francis [PA] at Monmouth (NEC Network, FCS Atlantic, ESPN3) Paul Dottino, Steve Levy, Eric Singer
Noon- Southeast Missouri State at Eastern Illinois (FCS Pacific) Kevin Ingram, Bob Bevlin
Noon- William & Mary at Old Dominion (Comcast) Brent Harris, Brad Jackson, Brian Jackson
Noon- Princeton at Yale (YES) Chris Shearn, Jack Ford
Noon- Campbell at Jacksonville (CW 17) Cole Pepper, Steve Gilbert
12:30 PM- Colgate at Lehigh (CBS Sports) Brad Johansen, Doug Chapman, Lisa Byington
1 PM- Lafayette at Fordham (Lafayette Sports Network, ESPN3) Gary Laubach, Mike Joseph, John Leone
1 PM- Murray State at Eastern Kentucky (Racer TV Network) Dave Winder, Josh McKeel
2:30 PM- Tennessee- Martin at Tennessee Tech (WCTE) Tim Scruggs, Sam Brooks
3 PM- Youngstown State at Western Illinois (WIU-TV3, WFMJ, ESPN3) Aaron Viner, Josh Gleason
3:30 PM- Portland State at Montana State (ROOT, Audience Network) Tom Glasgow, Sherdric Bonner, Jason Stiles, Jenny Cavnar
3:30 PM- Stony Brook at Liberty (Flames Sports Network, MASN, ESPN3) Mike Tilley, Ray Jones, Aubrey Hiddema
3:30 PM- South Dakota State at North Dakota State (NBC North Dakota, FCS Central) Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Kevin Fenney
4 PM- Sam Houston State at Northwestern State (Southland TV Network, ESPN3) Randy McIlvoy, Shea Walker, Erin Cofiell
4 PM- Southern Utah at Northern Arizona (NAU-TV, FS Arizona+, Big Sky TV) Mitch Strohman, Kevin Stephens, Marc Buckhout
4:30 PM- California- Davis at Eastern Washington (SWX, Big Sky TV) Greg Heister, Bill Ames
8 PM- Stephen F. Austin at Southeastern Louisiana (Southeastern Channel) Allen Waddell, Trey Willie
9 PM- Idaho State at Cal Poly (KSBY, Big Sky TV) Bill Halter, Andrew Matsuda, Kathy Kuretich
1 PM- Northern Iowa at South Dakota- Scott Warmann, Danan Hughes, Erin Bajackson
1:30 PM- Gardner- Webb at Charleston Southern- Evan Lepler, Nate Ross
1:30 PM- Chattanooga at Wofford- Darren Goldwater, Doug Chapman
Thursday, November 8
8:30 PM- North Alabama at West Alabama (CSS, ESPN3) Don Russell, Rick Rhoades, A. A. Moore
Saturday, November 10
9 PM- SIAC Championship (CSS) James Verrett, Ryan Stewart
Marty Snider was also loaned from Turner and NBC to CBS to also be a sideline reporter for the SEC game between the Mississippi Runnin Rebels at Georgia Bulldogs and worked with Spero Dedes and Steve Beuerlein on Saturday November 3rd of this year too!!!
Daniel Marshall Harris and not Carolyn Manno was the sideline reporter for the IVY League football game between the Harvard Crimson at Pensylvania Quackers on the NBC Sports network this afternoon and Marty Snider was the sideline reporter for the college football game between the Arkansas Razorbacks at South Carolina Gamecocks on CBS this afternoon too!!!
This means that Adam Zucker of CBS Sports Network is in CBS's studio for the 2 games on CBS's SEC College Football Doubleheader for the 2nd week in a row, i have a couple of questions, who are Niki Noto and Pete Najarian???
ESPNU will be using George Smith as a sideline reporter for the 1st time on a College Football game this weekend,I am not really suprised that they are using Angela Mallen as a sideline reporter for a college football game on ESPNU this week,but am more suprised that they are using Allison Williams as a sideline reporter for ESPN2 over ESPNU this weekend.
I am not really suprised that NBC Sports Network is using Todd Harris with Anthony Herron this weekend,because it will be the 3rd different analyst that Todd Harris Has worked with on college football on the NBC Sports Network this year, because all that it does is seperates Anthony Herron from being the sideline reporter for College Football games with Paul Burmeister and Rod Woodson to being used as a College football analyst for NBC Sports Network for the 1st time this year and i also am not really suprised that the NBC Sports Network is having Ari Wolfe work a college football game with Blaine Fowler this weekend either!!!
@CUbsfan Niki Noto is a graduate from Alabama who had been working with the Tennessee Titans until this year. She has been an ESPNU studio reporter all season.
Pete Najarian is a former NFL player from 1987- 1989. He was a Minnesota Gopher in college and played for the Vikings and Bucs in the NFL.
@CUbsfan I am only slightly surprised. Remember that Anthony Herron was the analyst with Ari Wolfe for the Atlanta Football Classic, so I expected them to have Wolfe/ Herron and Harris/ Fowler together. I think it was a last minute change though, because when you look at the early Game notes this week, it had Fowler down for both Air Force at San Diego State and Fresno State at Nevada.
You have the Fox games jumbled again. Gus Johnson's crew is doing Oregon State-Stanford, Bolerjack's is doing Kansas St-TCU. Also, Tim Brando is doing the early CBS game, not Spero Dedes.
@sco If so, it is a change done by FOX after the Game Notes were published. I checked the notes of Stanford, Kansas St, and TCU on Tuesday before posting these crews down.
As for another change, Dan Ackerman will be the play-by-play voice for South Dakota at Northern Iowa instead of Scott Warmann.