Sports USA Radio Network
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Sports USA Media is the largest independent sports broadcasting radio network in the United States, specializing in live broadcasts of American football, specifically of the NCAA football Division I-A and National Football League. In 2013, more than 400 radio stations across the United States carried NFL and NCAA football games from Sports USA.
The NFL on Sports USA
College Football on Sports USA
Sports USA broadcasts at least one major college football game every Saturday during the college football season. In addition, Sports USA periodically broadcasts a Thursday night matchup, along with select bowl games.
Sports USA has a large list of announcers for its football coverage. The network's founder and former USC football broadcaster Larry Kahn, Anaheim Ducks broadcaster John Ahlers, ESPN announcer Adam Amin, former USC Trojans football and Los Angeles Rams head coach John Robinson, former Colorado head coach Gary Barnett, former ABC announcer and quarterback Dan Fouts (Fouts also splits time with the NFL on CBS), Ross Tucker, ESPN studio and game analyst Charles Arbuckle, Golden State Warriors announcer Bob Fitzgerald, former USFL defensive back Troy West, and Eli Gold (from the Alabama Crimson Tide, better known nationwide for his work on NASCAR).
Sports USA also produces a variety of sports podcasts.
"Conversations with Joe Morgan" is a weekly podcast from Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer and 2x World Series Champion Joe Morgan. Previous guests on the show include former President George H.W. Bush, Bill Russell, Bob Costas, Charles Barkley and a host of others.
"Snakes Takes with Jake Plummer" is a weekly podcast hosted by former Pro Bowl quarterback who played 10 seasons in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals and Denver Broncos. Jake Plummer is currently an NFL game analyst on Sports USA’s Sunday Doubleheader package as well as a college football analyst on the Pac-12 Network.
Ted Sobel's Excellent Sports Adventure is a weekly podcast hosted by Ted Sobel who joined Sports USA in 2006 as a sideline reporter and studio host for NFL and College Football games. Ted Sobel is the recipient of three Golden Mic Awards for his work as a sports reporter/anchor at KFWB 980 in Los Angeles.
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