Thursday, January 19, 2012

UMass & Holy Cross on CBS Sports Network

From CBS Sports Network -

NEW MEXICO AT NO. 14-RANKED UNLV HIGHLIGHTS COLLEGE BASKETBALL ACTION ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
 
Turner Sports’ Reggie Miller Returns as Guest Analyst
News and Notes from “COURTSIDE WITH SETH DAVIS” and
“INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL”

CBS Sports Network features a slate of four college basketball games on Saturday, Jan. 21, highlighted by a Mountain West contest between New Mexico and No. 14-ranked UNLV at 10:00 PM, ET. James Bates, Steve Lappas and guest analyst Turner Sports’ Reggie Miller handle the call from Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nev.
Saturday’s action tips off with a women’s doubleheader as St. Joseph’s visits Xavier (1:00 PM, ET) at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Brent Stover and Tammy Blackburn announce. Wyoming-Colorado State follows at 3:00 PM, ET. Jason Knapp and Krista Blunk call the action from Moby Arena in Fort Collins, Colo.
Men’s action returns to the Network at 5:00 PM, ET with an Atlantic 10 matchup between UMass and Richmond. Tom McCarthy and Pete Gillen announce at Robins Center in Henrico, Va.
Saturday’s studio coverage includes INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETBALL (7:00-7:30 PM, ET and 12:00 MIDNIGHT-12:30 AM, ET). Adam Zucker hosts, along with analysts Wally Szczerbiak, Alaa Abdelnaby and insider Jon Rothstein.
College basketball on CBS Sports Network continues tonight, Thursday, Jan. 19 as Lafayette visits Holy Cross at the Hart Recreation Center in Worcester, Mass. Bob Socci and Vince Curran handle the call. Women’s action follows with Portland at San Diego (9:00 PM, ET). Steve Physioc and Tammy Blackburn call the action at Jenny Craig Pavilion in San Diego, Calif.
            For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.

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NEWS AND NOTES FROM CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S
COLLEGE BASKETBALL STUDIO SHOWS

Every Wednesday, CBS Sports Network airs COURTSIDE WITH SETH DAVIS, a one-hour, fast-paced program focusing on the latest developments and the most intriguing storylines from the world of college basketball and INSIDE COLLEGE BASKETALL, a one-hour roundtable show providing fans in-depth highlights and analysis, hosted by Adam Zucker, along with analysts Wally Szczerbiak, Mateen Cleaves and insider Jon Rothstein.

Wednesday’s Inside College Basketball included a feature on Louisville’s Peyton Siva, who opens up about a time in his life when he almost lost his biggest fan, his father. To watch the whole feature, click here: http://bit.ly/AcKMFj.

(SCOOP JARDINE ON SYRACUSE’S BALANACE):
I knew coming back for my last year I would have to sacrifice for winning. The most important thing is, if you told me last year that we’d be in the position that we’re in right now, being the No. 1 team in the country and being undefeated, to sacrifice my minutes, I would do it any day. And that’s what I’ve done this year. I’m actually more efficient this year than I was last year. Leaving my ego at the door for my final year has also helped my leadership ability to the young guys, showing them if I can do it, then they can also do it. That’s made us a better team.

To watch the whole segment, click this link: http://bit.ly/AwXaQE.

(WALLY SZCZERBIAK ON INDIANA):
I’m not drinking the Hoosier Kool-Aid unless they prove to me that they can win on the road. The No. 11-ranked team in the country has to play better away from home. They’re 3-4 in conference right now in the Big Ten.

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