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College Football Scoreboard

College Football Scoreboard
Starring Rece Davis
Lou Holtz
Mark May
Wendi Nix
Todd McShay
Robert Smith
Country of origin  United States
Production
Running time 30 min. to 45 min.
Broadcast
Original channel ESPN
Original run 2001 – Present

College Football Scoreboard is a program on ESPN and ESPN2 that provies up to the minute scores and highlights during the college football season. The official name is College Football Scoreboard presented by Acura.[1] The name of the show was College Gameday Scoreboard up until 2006. It airs four times a day at 3 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. ET on ESPN and at 3 p.m. ET and at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2. The 3 p.m. ET programs on both networks are thirty minutes long and the 7 p.m. ET programs on both networks lead up to College Football Primetime.

The ESPN College Football Scoreboard is hosted by Rece Davis along with analysis from Lou Holtz and Mark May. They also appear later that night on College Football Final at 12 a.m. ET. The ESPN2 version is hosted by Wendi Nix with analysis from Todd McShay and Robert Smith. Both College GameDay Scoreboard groups also provide the half time reports, post game reports and live in game updates from games around the country. The 7 p.m. ET versions, for both ESPN and ESPN2, lead up to ESPN College Football Primetime, which begins immediately following the show at 7:45 p.m. ET.

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References

  1. ^ Programming at ESPN Marketing
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