READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? LEARFIELD SPORTS TO PRODUCE 18 SPRING GAMES; UNIQUE CONTENT FEATURED
PLANO, Texas – On the heels of a thrilling collegiate basketball season, Learfield Sports turns to spring football and produces a total of 18 game broadcasts for its partner schools. Twelve of those games will be played this Saturday, and many of the radio broadcasts will feature special content unique for the radio listener.
Learfield will produce the following Spring Games for the university’s respective radio network, overseen by Learfield’s campus-based entity. Below are game dates and broadcast start times (in alpha order):
Alabama – April 19 @12:30 p.m. CT
Boise State – April 12 @ 4 p.m. MT (local); 5 p.m. MT (network)
Clemson – April 12 @3:30 p.m. ET
Iowa – April 12 @2 p.m. CT
Iowa State – April 12 @1:45 p.m. CT
K-State – April 26 @12:30 p.m. CT
Minnesota – April 12 @2:30 p.m. CT
Mississippi State – April 12 @11:30 a.m. CT
NC State – April 12 @12:45 p.m. ET
Oklahoma – April 12 @1:30 p.m. CT
Penn State – April 12 @1:30 p.m. ET
South Dakota – April 26 @12:30 p.m. CT
South Dakota State – April 26 @1 p.m. CT
Stanford – April 12 @1 p.m. PT
Texas Tech – April 12 @10:30 a.m. CT
Toledo – April 12 @7 p.m. ET
Wisconsin – April 12 @3 p.m. CT
*Learfield also produced Oklahoma State’s game last Saturday, April 5.
Featured radio content for some of Learfield’s partners include the following: Mississippi State (Head Coach Dan Mullen will broadcast with the crew from the sidelines during the second half); Boise State (new Head Coach Bryan Harsin wil be in the booth, describing the action on the field with Bob Behler in the second half); Iowa State (Head Coach Paul Rhodes will provide pre- and post-game comments) and Oklahoma (Head Coach Bob Stoops and current players will be interviewed after the game and “celebrity” interviews will be made from the sideline during the game).
Learfield Sports manages the multimedia rights for nearly 100 collegiate properties across the nation. It also proudly stamps its name on the acclaimed Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, co-founded 20 years ago by NACDA and USA Today.