ESPN College Sports Update – January 3

ESPN College Sports Update – January 3

ESPN College Sports Update – January 3

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Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Leads into Discover BCS Programming
The Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – featuring No. 4 Oregon vs. No. 5 Kansas State – kicks off tonight, Thursday at 8:30 p.m., on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio and WatchESPN from Glendale, Ariz. Brad Nessler will have the call along with analyst Todd Blackledge and reporter Holly Rowe for ESPN; while Eduardo Varela and Pablo Viruega will call the ESPN Deportes telecast and Bill Rosinski, analyst David Norrie and reporter Joe Schad will broadcast the game for ESPN Radio.

After the final whistle in Glendale, focus will turn to the Discover BCS National Championship- pitting No. 1 Notre Dame vs. No. 2 Alabama from Miami Gardens, Fla. – Monday, Jan. 7, at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN 3D, ESPN Radio and WatchESPN.

Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit will work their sixth consecutive BCS National Championship game, calling ESPN’s telecast with Saturday Night Football Presented by Windows 8 reporter Heather Cox and College GameDay Built by The Home Depot reporter Tom Rinaldi. For the second straight year, ESPN’s Monday Night Football signal caller Mike Tirico will work ESPN Radio’s broadcast with ESPN college football analyst Todd Blackledge and reporters Holly Rowe and Joe Schad. Full BCS Coverage Schedule


Sugar Bowl Viewership Rises; Three-Game BCS Average Up Over 2012
Based on Nielsen’s Fast National ratings, ESPN’s coverage of the Allstate Sugar Bowl on January 2 averaged 10,125,000 viewers based on a 7.2 household coverage rating (6.2 US rating). The telecast – No. 21 Louisville defeating No. 3 Nevada 33-23 after leading 30-10 going into the fourth quarter – showed viewership and ratings increases of 4 percent (vs. 9,708,000 viewers) and 1 percent (vs. 7.1 coverage rating), respectively, over the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl. Last year’s matchup featured No. 13 Michigan beating No. 11 Virginia Tech 23-20 in overtime. Full Story


Double-Digit Increase for Rose & Orange Bowls Combined Viewership
Based on Nielsen’s Fast National ratings, ESPN garnered significant audiences for its bowl games on January 1, led by an 11 percent increase for the two-game BCS bowl average. Additional highlights include the largest audience for any non-NFL cable program in a year (17,024,000 viewers for the Rose Bowl Game Presented by VIZIO) and a 47 percent increase in viewers for the Discover Orange Bowl. Full Story


Discover BCS National Championship Conference Call with play-by-play veteran Brent Musburger, analyst Kirk Herbstreit, Coordinating Producer Bill Bonnell & Director Derek Mobley
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ESPN Front Row: Seeing and Hearing BCS Title Games Goes to New Levels
With Monday’s BCS National Championship Game (8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio & ESPN 3D) now just four days away, ESPN is making significant strides through the use of audio and visual enhancements to ensure a superior experience for viewers and fans at home. Full Story


Recruiting: Nation’s Top Players Face-Off Friday in Under Armour All-America High School Football Game
The nation’s top high school seniors will play in the 2013 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game presented by American Family Insurance on Friday, Jan. 4, at 5 p.m. on ESPN from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The sixth annual game will feature 90 of the nation’s leading college football recruits including three in the ESPN 150 top five from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Additional Details


ESPNU: All BCS. All the Time. Largest On-Site ESPNU Presence To-Date
Kicking off 2013, ESPNU will feature its largest on-site BCS National Championship presence to-date with seven studio shows from Miami Gardens, Fla. The network’s 74 hours of themed-content started Tuesday, Jan. 1, and leads into the Discover BCS National Championship on Monday, Jan. 7. The schedule is punctuated by a marathon of more than 24 hours of consecutive BCS programming beginning Sunday, Jan. 6, at 10 p.m. and extending until mid-morning Tuesday, Jan. 8. Full Schedule


Women’s Basketball: Conference Play Begins
Conference play opens up with the start of the New Year, including a slew of games on ESPNU and ESPN3. BIG EAST, ACC and SEC play on ESPNU begins on Sunday, Jan. 6, with a tripleheader. The day starts with St. John’s at Rutgers at 11:30 a.m., followed by No. 21 Nevada State at No. 9 Maryland at 1:30 and Vanderbilt at Mississippi at 3:30 p.m. Full Schedule


Men’s Basketball: Top Three Teams in Action
ESPN’s men’s college basketball schedule for the first weekend of January will be highlighted by telecast of the top three ranked teams, all undefeated: No. 1 Duke (against Wake Forest on Saturday, Jan. 5, at noon on ESPNU); No. 2 Michigan (at Northwestern on Thursday, Jan. 3, at 7 p.m. on ESPN2); and No. 3 Arizona (against Colorado on Thursday, Jan. 3, at 8 p.m. on ESPNU). Full Schedule


From Kickoff to Confetti!
ESPN has the BCS covered on ESPN / WatchESPN / ESPN Radio / ESPN Deportes

Tuesday, Jan. 1 - Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO (5 p.m. ET) & Discover Orange Bowl (8:30 p.m.)

Wednesday, Jan. 2 - Allstate Sugar Bowl (8:30 p.m.) – also on ESPN 3D

Thursday, Jan. 3 - Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (8:30 p.m.)

Monday, Jan. 7 - Discover BCS National Championship (8:30 p.m.) – also on ESPN 3D

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New York Jets Host Matt Schaub and Undefeated Houston Texans on Monday Night Football

Matt Schaub and the 4-0 Houston Texans travel to face the New York Jets on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on Oct. 8 at 8:30 p.m. ET. Announcer Mike Tirico and analyst Jon Gruden will call the game from MetLife Stadium with sideline reporter Lisa Salters

Chris Berman will anchor the two-hour pre-game show Monday Night Countdown at 6:30 p.m. He’ll be joined in studio by NFL analysts Cris CarterMike DitkaTom Jackson and Keyshawn Johnson and NFL Insiders Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter. On-site host Stuart Scott, NFL analysts Trent Dilfer and Steve Young, contributor Rick Reilly and Salters will also contribute to the pre-game conversation from the stadium.

In addition to the ESPN telecast, MNF will also be available on ESPN Deportes and – for fans who receive their video subscriptions from an affiliated provider – on computers at WatchESPN.com and on tablets via the WatchESPN app.

Cam Newton Collects Awards in Latest This is SportsCenter Spot
Last season’s NFL Rookie of the Year Cam Newton, also the 2010 Heisman Award winner, showcases his collection of prestigious awards in ESPN’s latest This is SportsCenter spot. The spots were created in collaboration with Wieden + Kennedy New York.

In the spot, the decorated Carolina Panthers quarterback sits at a desk surrounded by dozens of trophies when his latest award, the coveted ‘Golden Water Cooler,’ arrives. Newton explains to envious SportsCenter anchor John Anderson that he earned his new accolade after telling a joke about Anderson in the ESPN break room. In a shorter version of the spot, Newton accepts the Peabody Award, a Writers Guild Award and an Emmy.

Matt Leinart Stars in Nissan Heisman House Spot

Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt Leinart headlines a new Nissan Heisman House spot set to air on Saturday, Oct. 6, in prime time. In the spot, the University of Southern California alum finds his Heisman Award dressed in a Hula skirt and a Hawaiian lei – a prank from fellow Heisman winner Herschel Walker. The Nissan Heisman House is a project of ESPN CreativeWorks. Additional spots will debut in coming weeks featuring other members of the exclusive Heisman fraternity.

Sunday NFL Countdown: Rock-n-Roll Legend Joe Walsh to Perform Live; Ray Lewis – The Orator; The Lone Star State Quarterbacks; Matt Ryan; and More

Chris Berman and analysts Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson and Keyshawn Johnson, joined by Suzy Kolber, Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworski (on an adjoining set) will preview week five on Sunday NFL Countdown Presented by IBM on October 7, beginning at 10 a.m.  ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter and senior analyst Chris Mortensen will report the day’s news and updates.

Rock legend Joe Walsh, who has provided the soundtrack to Sunday NFL Countdown since last September with his popular Funk #50, will make a live, in-studio appearance on the three-hour NFL pre-game show on Sunday.  Walsh will perform Countdown’s unofficial anthem — which he created specifically for the show based on the classic Funk #49 — and parts of his hit songs like Life’s Been Good and In the City coming in and out of commercial breaks.

Correspondents Ed Werder (Atlanta at Washington), Josina Anderson (Philadelphia at Pittsburgh), Rachel Nichols (Green Bay at Indianapolis), and Sal Paolantonio (Denver at New England) will report from game sites.  Highlights:

  • Ray’s Speeches:  Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis has become synonymous with fiery and emotional locker room speeches. In fact, the linebacker has become a sought-after motivational speaker – addressing high schools, colleges, and other organizations.  Reporter Rachel Nichols looks at Ray Lewis’ non-NFL oratory and how he helps to inspire thousands beyond the Ravens locker room.
  • Texas Quarterbacks: While everything may not necessarily be bigger in Texas, the Lone Star state has a big impact on quarterbacks in the NFL. Twenty-five percent of all NFL starting quarterbacks are from Texas, and on Sunday two of the eight go head-to-head as the Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill faces the Bengals’ Andy Dalton.  Countdown’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter examines what makes Texas a breeding ground for NFL arms.
  • Matt Ryan with Hannah Storm: It would be hard to find a better NFL quarterback today than the Falcons’ Matt Ryan. He has thrown NFC-best 11 touchdowns and has led Atlanta to a perfect 4-0 start.  SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm visits with “Matty Ice” Ryan this week to talk about his team, his hot start for the season, his receivers Roddy White and Julio Jones, and the pressure to win in the playoffs this season.
  • Keystone State Showdown:  Leading up to the Eagles at Steelers game on Sunday, ESPN.com senior writer Greg Garber visits the middle of the Keystone State to reveal the heated passions among fans of the two teams.

The three-hour program will also include recurring segments such as Ron Jaworski and Meril Hoge’s matchup segment – an Xs and Os look at key plays and formations; Cris Carter’s ‘Where You At?’ where the former standout wide receiver points out underperforming players; and coach Mike Ditka’s ‘Stop It’ in which the legendary coach cautions league personnel to cease from improper and actions.

Snickers NFL Matchup – The Redskins’ Rushing Attack; Steelers’ Third-down Defense; Denver’s Wide Receiver Screens; and More

NFL Matchup host Sal Paolantonio and analysts Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge will preview this week’s key games by taking viewers inside the film room with X’s and O’s analysis Sunday, Oct. 7, on ESPN at 3:30 a.m. (ESPN2 at 8:30 a.m.).  Highlights:

  • Coaches Clicker – Rushing in Washington:  Though Washington’s offense features unorthodox formations, Matchup shows that the Redskins still have the power rushing attack that is characteristic of a Mike Shanahan coached team.
  • Tell Me Something I Don’t Know – Dropping Kroy Biermann to Safety:  Atlanta is 4-0, but little has been said about their complex defense, one of the best in the league. This week, Matchup uncovers something Robert Griffin should be aware of – Falcons’ creative use of defensive end Kroy Biermann in pass coverage.
  • Money Down – Steelers Third Down Defense:  Critics would expect a Dick LeBeau defense to be dominant, but the Steelers’ defense has struggled on third down this season – often getting beat in man coverage. Against the high-flying Eagles pass attack, Jaworski shows what the Steelers need to do to get stops. 
  • Run 2 Daylight — Brandon Bolden 20-Yard Run:  Not many think of the Patriots as a running team, but last week in Buffalo they had two running backs rush for more than hundred yards each. This week, Merril Hoge breaks down the blocking schemes that allowed Brandon Bolden to “Run 2 Daylight” in his first career 100-yard rushing performance.
  • In Between the Lines – Demaryius Thomas’ Wide Receiver Screen: After his 71-yard touchdown against the Steelers in week 1, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has become a major part of Denver’s screen game.  Jaworski reads “In Between the Lines” to show indicators that will help defenders predict the Broncos’ wide receiver screen play.
  • Blitz Breakdown: Texans Blitz on Third Down:  Following a punishing performance against the Titans, the Texans head into the Meadowlands to face a Jets team that failed to score a point last week. On this week’s ‘Blitz Breakdown,’ Jaws dissects the intricacies of Houston’s blitz schemes that help to make them one the best third down defenses.  
  • Beyond the Film Room – Aaron Rodgers:  Aaron Rodgers’ poise and proficiency was evident in his four touchdown performance last week at Lambeau Field.  Matchup goes ‘Beyond the Film Room,’ and onto the field to show how Rodgers got his team back on track with a win over the Saints.
  • Quick Hit – 49ers Double-Team Blocks:  Last Sunday, the 49ers went into MetLife Stadium and showed the Jets the true meaning of “ground and pound.”  Hoge shows how San Francisco’s execution of double-team blocks opens holes for Pro Bowl running back Frank Gore.

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NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers Face the Seattle Seahawks on ESPN’s Monday Night Football

NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the defending NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers face rookie quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on September 24, at 8:30 p.m. ET. Announcer Mike Tirico and analyst Jon Gruden will call the game from CenturyLink Field with sideline reporter Lisa Salters.

In seven Packers-Seahawks matchups, the Seahawks have won just one game. Coincidentally, that win came on MNF six years ago – the last time these teams faced off under the MNF lights.

Leading into the MNF matchup, host Chris Berman and the Monday Night Countdown crew offer a two-hour pre-game show beginning at 6:30 p.m. Analysts Cris CarterMike DitkaTom Jackson and Keyshawn Johnson and NFL Insiders Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter join Berman in studio, while on-site host Stuart Scott, analysts Trent Dilfer and Steve Young, contributor Rick Reilly and Salters add to the show. This will be a homecoming for Dilfer, who played for the Seahawks from 2001-04.

MNF is available on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, as well as on computers at WatchESPN.com and on tablets via the WatchESPN app for fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.

Sunday NFL Countdown: Demaryius Thomas – From Shattered Home to Star Wide Receiver; “Getting Gronk’d” with Rob Gronkowski; Vernon Davis’ Turnaround; and More

On Sunday, Sept. 23, at 10 a.m., Chris Berman and analysts Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson and Keyshawn Johnson (on main set), as well as Suzy Kolber, Merril Hoge and Ron Jaworski (on an adjoining set) will preview NFL week three games on Sunday NFL Countdown Presented by IBMESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter and senior analyst Chris Mortensen will provide the day’s headlines and league news.

Correspondents Ed Werder (Tampa Bay at Dallas), Rachel Nichols (Kansas City at New Orleans), George Smith (Cincinnati at Washington), Josina Anderson (Houston at Denver) and Sal Paolantonio (New England at Baltimore) will report from five games.  Highlights:

  • Demaryius Thomas: After catching the 80-yard winning touchdown in overtime as the Broncos upset the Steelers in last year’s AFC Wild Card game, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has become one of quarterback Peyton Manning’s favorite targets.  Thomas’ rise to stardom is a testament to his drive and perseverance.  His mother and grandmother are currently in prison for selling illegal drugs. Tom Jackson chronicles Demaryius’ rise, from a shattered home to an NFL starting wide receiver.
  • Vernon Davis:  A memorable moment from the 2008 season was San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary banishing tight end Vernon Davis from the field during a game. Since then, Davis has become a leader and has cited that moment as a turning point in his career. On Sunday, Davis and the 49ers visit the Minnesota Vikings, where Singletary is now an assistant coach. Trent Dilfer looks back at that moment and the different paths Davis and Singletary have taken since the incident.
  • E:60 – Rob Gronkowski:  Countdown will air part of a Jeremy Schaap E:60 feature, “Get Gronk’d,” with arguably the best tight end in the game – one who hardly fits the Patriots’ mold.  In the feature, Emmy Award winning reporter Schaap discovers what it’s like hanging around with the Gronk, especially on a shopping expedition.  The full feature will air Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7pm on ESPN. (E:60 is ESPN’s Sports Emmy Award winning primetime news magazine.)
  • Eric Mangini Film Room – Patriots at Ravens: Former member of the Patriots coaching staff Eric Mangini will present an Xs and Os analysis of the Patriots at Ravens game and offer key matchups to watch.
  • Hot Topics:  Countdown will debate the impact of the replacement referees on the NFL’s image and the integrity of the game; whether Bears quarterback Jay Cutler’s public berating of his offensive lineman will lead him to lose the team; and more.

Snickers NFL Matchup – Cardinals ‘Cover 2 Trap’; Jaworski Playbook on Tony Romo; Hoge on Peyton Manning; and More

NFL Matchup host Sal Paolantonio and analysts Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge will preview week three action on Sunday, Sept. 16, on ESPN at 3:30 a.m. (ESPN2 at 8:30 a.m.), taking viewers inside the film room with X’s and O’s analysis of the weekend’s key matchups.  Highlights:

  • X and O Files – Cardinals “Cover 2 Trap”:  In last Sunday’s upset victory in New England, the Cardinals’ defense beat quarterback Tom Brady using disguised coverage.  Jaworski goes inside the Cardinals defensive matchup with the Eagles to see if they can have similar success this week.
  • Game within the Game – Chandler Jones:  As the Patriots head into Baltimore for a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game, Jaworski shows how New England’s rookie defensive end Chandler Jones could be a tough matchup for Baltimore’s offensive line.
  • Jaws Playbook – Tony Romo’s Pocket Movement: Jaworski demonstrates how Dallas quarterback Tony Romo’s movement in the pocket creates big plays downfield.
  • Hoge on Peyton Manning:  Breaking down play from Monday Night Football that led to Atlanta’s second interception of quarterback Peyton Manning, Hoge, in “Hoge Breakdown,” shows how the Texans’ defense must confuse Manning, much like the Falcons did, to be successful.
  • Hoge on Seattle’s Blitz:  Hoge shows how the Seahawks’ blitz schemes are fundamental to their ability to have success against a high-flying offense such as quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
  • In-between the Lines – Alex Smith’s Pre-snap Adjustment:  Hoge and Jaworski go “in-between the lines” to show how quarterback Alex Smith’s pre-snap adjustments have become an integral part of the San Francisco 49ers offense.
  • Beyond the Film Room – Philip Rivers:  After their 2-0 start, the Chargers face Atlanta Falcons defense coming off three interceptions in one quarter vs. Denver’s Peyton Manning.  NFL Matchup shows quarterback Philip Rivers’ proficiency during his three-touchdown performance against the Titans.

New Fantasy Football-Themed MNF Advertising Spot “Rick” Debuts

The third and final spot in ESPN’s 2012 Monday Night Football “It All Comes Down to Monday Night” advertising campaign debuts this week. Titled “Rick,” the 30-second promo is themed around Fantasy Football. The main character in the spot, Rick, is leading his Fantasy Football game by a seemingly insurmountable margin after Sunday’s games. He’s feeling overconfident and everything seems to be going his way, until his fortune changes on MNF and he loses his matchup by a single point. The creative agency is Wieden + Kennedy NY. View the spot.

ESPN Pays Tribute to NFL Films President Steve Sabol

In memory of NFL Films President Steve Sabol, ESPN Classic pays tribute to his contributions to pro football with a series of programs beginning today at 9 p.m.

Date Time (ET) Show Network
Wed, Sept 19 9-9:30 p.m. Sounds of the Super Bowl ESPN Classic
  9:30-10 p.m. Hidden Images of the Super Bowl ESPN Classic
  10-11 p.m. NFL Films: Lost Treasures Volume 1 ESPN Classic
  11 p.m.-12 a.m. SportsCentury: Vince Lombardi ESPN Classic
Thurs, Sept 20 12-1 a.m. SportsCentury: Pete Rozelle ESPN Classic

Additionally, ESPN President John Skipper, Sunday NFL Countdown host Chris Berman, NFL analyst Ron Jaworski and NFL Insider Adam Schefter offered condolences and memories of Sabol, all of which are available on ESPN Front Row.

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Monday Night Football Wins the Night among All Networks

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Broncos-Falcons Delivers 11.6 Rating and 15.5 Million Viewers

Last night’s ESPN Monday Night Football game – an Atlanta Falcons’ 27-21 victory over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos – helped ESPN win the night among all networks – broadcast or cable – in households, viewers and all key male and adult demos. Similarly, MNF led all television programs.

The game earned a 11.6 household coverage rating (10.0 US), representing an average of 11,411,000 households (15,514,000 viewers – P2+), the fourth largest audience among viewers (third among households) for any program on cable television in 2012, according to Nielsen.

ESPN’s BCS National Championship Game (Alabama-LSU, 1/9/12) ranks as the most-viewed program of Nielsen’s year (24,214,000 viewers), followed by the network’s 2012 Rose Bowl (17,558,000 – Wisconsin-Oregon, 1/2/12) and ESPN’s 2011 MNF season-finale (15,638,000 – Atlanta-New Orleans, 12/26/11).

In Denver, the game delivered a 18.9 rating on ESPN and a 21.4 rating on KTVD-IND, for a combined 40.3 in the market. In Atlanta, the game delivered a 12.5 rating on ESPN and a 16.3 rating on WSB-ABC, for a combined 28.8 in the market.

Through the first two weeks of the NFL season (three games), ESPN’s MNF is averaging a 9.3 rating (8.1 US), 9,138,000 households and 12,410,000 viewers, virtually even with last season.

NEXT WEEK ON MNF

Next week, ESPN’s MNF returns with the reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers traveling to the Pacific Northwest to play rookie quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks at 8:30 p.m. ET.  

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