Editor’s note: If you want to see a lot of college football before the holidays end, ESPN grants your wish. Between today and Tuesday, Jan. 1, there are 15 college football bowl games airing on ESPN, ABC and various ESPN platforms. ESPN begins airing the BCS Bowls on Jan. 1; our analysts picked the winners of the five BCS games, including ESPN’s Jan. 7 Discover BCS National Championship between Notre Dame and Alabama.
And fret not if you’ll be away from your primary viewing option: ESPN Radio has you covered with audio play-by-play from the best in the business:
ESPN Radio’s lead college football play-by-play man Bill Rosinski literally becomes a student of the game this time of year — a time of year that ESPN Radio has broadcast every BCS Bowl game since 2000.
“It’s like cramming for a final exam,” he says of preparing for a 4-games-in-8-day stretch that began Thursday night in San Diego with the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl and continues Saturday night in Tempe, Ariz. for the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. He and analyst David Norrie and reporter Joe Schad will then be off to Miami for the Jan. 1 Discover Orange Bowl, then back Arizona for the Jan. 3 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in Glendale.
If the travel doesn’t get to you, the Ducks will. continue reading…