ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime

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College Football Primetime
Starring Dave Flemming
Danny Kanell
Allison Williams
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 3 hours
Broadcast
Original channel ESPN or ESPN2
Original run 2004 (2004) – present

ESPN2 College Football Friday Primetime is a live game presentation of Division 1-A college football on ESPN2 or sometimes ESPN. There is no main sponsor. The game telecast airs every Friday night at 7:45pm ET during the college football regular season. In 2014, the games will be announced by Dave Flemming and Danny Kanell. The game is preceded by a 5-10 minute long segment of College Football Scoreboard with Chris Cotter, Lou Holtz and Mark May They both also present the Pontiac Performance Halftime Report.

Since debuting in 2004, it has broadcast games from numerous conferences including the SEC, ACC, Big Ten and the Big East.

The biggest game for this package occurred on September 28, 2007, when the at the time fifth-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers took on the eighteenth-ranked South Florida Bulls. The game drew a 2.7 rating, the second highest since ESPN2 began televising college football.

By year[edit]

Game Play- by- Play Analyst(s) Field Reporter(s)
2004 Tim Ryan Rod Gilmore and Trevor Matich Heather Cox
2005 Dave Pasch Stacey Dales
2006 Heather Cox
2007 Sean McDonough Chris Spielman Rob Stone
2008
2009 Joe Tessitore Rod Gilmore
2010
2011
2012 Carter Blackburn Jemele Hill
2013 Danny Kanell Allison Williams
2014 Dave Flemming

Game features[edit]

  • Starting Lineups: The starting lineups are presented during the first possession of each team's offense and defence.
  • Impact Players: Following the starting lineups, McDonough and Spielman run down the top two or three impact players on each teams side of the ball.
  • Halftime Report: The crew of Chris Cotter, Lou Holtz and Mark May present the halftime report, which features analysis of the first half, highlights of earlier games and a look at other happenings in the sports world.
  • SportsCenter In-game: This segment appears during various time in the game, and gives up to the minute highlights when something big happens in another game.

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