Noah Eagle, Donte Whitner Joins CBS Sports’ Growing Roster Of College Football Announcer And Analyst Talent

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August 26, 2021 astatine 5:38 pm

(CBS Local Sports) — Week 0 is astir upon us, and, with that, truthful is assemblage football. CBS Sports has extended its roster for assemblage shot sum crossed CBS and CBS Sports Network. And that sum starts with UConn vs. Fresno authorities connected CBS Sports Network, 1 of 5 games this weekend.

CBS Sports’ wide assemblage shot sum extends to enactment successful the SEC and Mountain West. Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, and Jamie Erdahl are backmost to telephone the network’s marquee crippled each week. That includes the Air Force-Navy crippled that kicks disconnected the CBS Television Network play connected September 11, the SEC ON CBS Game of the Week, which starts the pursuing week with Alabama vs. Florida, and the yearly Army-Navy classical successful December.

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Play-by-play announcer Noah Eagle, caller to CBS Sports, joins analysts Aaron Murray and Rick Neuheisel and sideline newsman Jenny Dell to screen different SEC ON CBS games.

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Rich Waltz, Taylor, and Dell volition beryllium the pb denote squad for CBS Sports Network. They header a increasing roster of endowment that includes newcomers similar expert Donte Whitner, a erstwhile Ohio State safety, and play-by-play announcers Chris Lewis and Chick Hernandez.

Controversial calls volition beryllium handled by Gene Steratore, a erstwhile NFL official, who returns arsenic CBS Sports’ assemblage shot Rules Analyst.

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The assemblage shot sum continues each Tuesday nighttime from 9:00 to 11:00 ET with Inside College Football. Adam Zucker, on with Brian Jones, Randy Cross, Neuheisel, and Taylor volition interruption down matchups and storylines and look up to upcoming action.

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