ESPN has unveiled its plans to provide extensive coverage of the BCS games beginning on New Year’s Day.
ESPN College GameDay will be on hand at the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl and Fiesta Bowl. Coverage of the Orange Bowl will originate from ESPN studios in Bristol, Conn. GameDay will end the season live from Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Monday, Jan. 7, from the BCS National Championship Game.
Chris Fowler will host with analysts Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard from Pasadena to New Orleans with a final stop in Miami Gardens, Fla., for the title game. Additional analyst appearances include Lee Corso, David Pollack, Todd McShay and Samantha (Steele) Ponder.
Rece Davis will take the hosting duties, along with analysts Lou Holtz and Mark May, from the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
The BCS National Championship will add guest analysts including former ESPN commentator and current Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer and Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin.
Here is the ESPN College Gameday schedule:
|Tue, Jan 1||11 a.m.||ESPNU||Fowler, Herbstreit, Corso, Howard & McShay (Pasadena, Calif.)|
|Wed, Jan 2||7-8 p.m.||ESPN||Fowler, Herbstreit, Howard & Pollack (New Orleans)|
|Thu, Jan 3||7-8 p.m.||ESPN||Davis, Holtz & May (Glendale, Ariz.)|
|Mon, Jan 7||6-8 p.m.||ESPN||Fowler, Herbstreit, Corso, Howard, Pollack, Meyer & Sumlin (Miami Gardens, Fla.)|