Wednesday, November 09, 2005
ESPN Radio, America's largest sports radio network, will send its College GameDay Road Tour to the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, Nov. 12 when the Crimson Tide hosts LSU in an SEC showdown between two Top 10-ranked teams.
ESPN Radio's College GameDay Road Tour set will be located in the Campus Quad next to the ESPN GameDay set.
Host Dave Revsine, of ESPNNews and SportsCenter, and analysts Todd McShay, from Scouts, Inc., and Gerry DiNardo, former Indiana and Louisiana State coach, will be on the air from noon to 7 p.m. ET analyzing the afternoon's college football action for their national radio audience.
Alabama students and visiting fans are welcomed and encouraged to stop by and watch the games with Dave, Todd and Gerry on several Hi-Def and plasma screen monitors, and possibly take home a T-shirt or mini-football which will be distributed to the crowd.
ESPN Radio's College GameDay Road Tour is a high-energy, fast-paced program that provides listeners up-to-the-minute analysis of all the afternoon's key games. Originating from different game sites each week, the College GameDay Road Tour features game analysis, as well as interviews with celebrities, coaches and players.
ESPN Radio is the nation's largest sports radio network, providing more than 9,000 hours of talk and event content to more than 700 affiliates including 300 full-time affiliates. It is also the exclusive national radio network of the NBA, Major League Baseball and Bowl Championship Series.