Here are three football-related press releases.
Starting with NFL Network’s quotage from its NFL Gameday highlights and NFL Gameday Final shows.
Week 2 (Sept. 20, 2009) – Quotable from NFL GameDay Final & NFL GameDay Highlights on NFL Network
(Airs Sundays at 7:30 PM ET & 11:30 PM ET)
“All I can say is ‘wow.’ How can Mark Sanchez look as cool as Tom Brady?”
– Michael Irvin on Jets QB Mark Sanchez
“All who are listening and watching please take the Jets seriously.”
– Deion Sanders
“Baltimore is the team to beat in the AFC. We know they play defense. They’ve got a good young quarterback, they can run. They are a complete football team.”
– Steve Mariucci on Baltimore Ravens
“There was no timing in the passing game because he was under duress all day.”
– Steve Mariucci on Patriots QB Tom Brady
“He seemed like his rhythm is still off… like his knee is still bothering him. You never blitzed Tom Brady like that.”
– Deion Sanders on Patriots QB Tom Brady
“He started anticipating that before the snap.”
– Steve Mariucci on Ravens LB Ray Lewis’ game-sealing tackle of Darren Sproles late in the fourth quarter. Lewis’ tackle on a fourth-and-two deep in Ravens territory resulted in a five-yard loss.
“It’s like he doesn’t see the deep safety.”
– Deion Sanders on Cowboys’ QB Tony Romo throwing an interception on a deep pass with 30 seconds left in third quarter
“It takes some players a little time to mature in this game and understand what the NFL is all about. He has now hit that point of maturity.”
– Deion Sanders on Raiders S Michael Huff, who had two interceptions and a key late fourth-quarter pass defensed in Oakland’s victory over Kansas City
“Stuckey is tackled by Jimmy Hoffa.”
– Rich Eisen on Jets WR Chansi Stuckey, who was untouched, falling in end zone as he attempted to catch a pass
“He’s in my top three corners in the NFL.”
– Deion Sanders on Jets CB Darrell Revis
“How did they get those seats?”
– Steve Mariucci on Bengals fans in front row of Lambeau Field at spot of Chad Ochocinco’s Lambeau Leap
“You have Chris Johnson, Andre Johnson, Gus Johnson in the booth. Everybody is named Johnson. It’s like that scene in Blazing Saddles.”
– Rich Eisen on Texans-Titans
“The real ‘wildcat’ will be in play next week.”
– Deion Sanders on Eagles QB Michael Vick being eligible to play Week 3
“133 yards rushing, 311 yards passing – that is explosiveness at its best.”
– Deion Sanders on the New Orleans Saints performance vs. Philadelphia
Deion Sanders’ “Let’s Go Prime Time” – The “Primees”
Outstanding Comedy – Chad Ochocinco doing the Lambeau Leap
Outstanding Drama – New York Giants’ come-from-behind victory
Outstanding Director – New York Jets coach Rex Ryan
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Baltimore LB Ray Lewis
Outstanding Lead Actor – San Francisco RB Frank Gore
*** Additional exclusive video clips from Sunday’s NFL GameDay are available on NFL.com. Click on the video segments. These videos include:
- Titans RB Chris Johnson’s 284 Scrimmage-Yard Performance
- Texans WR Andre Johnson’s One-Handed Scoring Catch
- And many more Week 2 game highlights and postgame video only on NFL.com.
Here is what to expect on Fox Sports South as far as SEC programming is concerned.
THE SEC ON FOX SPORTS SOUTH – WEEK FOUR
SEC Gridiron LIVE Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on
FOX Sports South
Charles Davis, Randy Cross, David Pollack and Cassidy Hubbarth Offer Previews & Picks
on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET in HD Auburn Hosts Ball State
This week, SEC football on
FOX Sports Southfeatures the undefeated Auburn Tigers (3-0) and the Ball State Cardinals (0-3) of the Mid-American Conference. The Tigers host the Cardinals at Jordan-Hare Stadium in on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on Auburn, Ala. FOX Sports Southin high definition. The SEC has fared well against non-conference opponents in 2009 with a 19-2 record and the highest non-conference winning percentage of any FBS conference. Play-by-play announcer Bob Rathbunwill be joined by analyst Dave Archer and sideline reporter Jenn Hildreth in the FOX Sports Southbooth.
On Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on
FOX Sports South, SEC Gridiron LIVE and hosted by Charles Davis previews and picks all eight SEC games, including Arkansas’ contest against , a showdown between the SEC’s No. 1 total offense and No. 1 total defense. Analysts Randy Cross and David Pollack give out “Chinstraps,” which recognize gutsy gridiron performances, and social media reporter Cassidy Hubbarth goes behind the scenes at the Alabama Southeastern Raptor Centerat with a special look at Spirit the Eagle. Throughout the show, fans will have the opportunity to interact and debate with each other and the team of in-studio experts via Twitter, Facebook and email. Auburn University
And join SEC Gridiron LIVE’s Cassidy Hubbarth at O’Charley’s in
( Opelika, Ala. 2501 Gateway Drive, Opelika, AL 36801) on Friday, September 25 fr om6 p.m. to 8 p.m. CT. You could be featured on next week’s SEC Gridiron LIVE.
SEC football will be distributed to more than 24 million cable and satellite households on the FSN regional networks throughout the SEC territory –
FOX Sports South, Sun Sports, FOX Sports Houston and FOX Sports Southwest.
And this is your lineup for Tuesday’s edition of the Tony Barnhart Show on CBS College Sports.
FORMER OLE MISS QUARTERBACK ARCHIE MANNING,
HEAD COACH RANDY SHANNON AND ACTOR DAVID KEITH THIS WEEK ON MIAMI
“THE TONY BARNHART SHOW” ON
SPORTS NETWORK CBS COLLEGE
Barnhart to Examine Inconsistencies and Controversies of Major Polls
CBS COLLEGE SPORTS NETWORK’s THE TONY BARNHART SHOW, a new weekly one-hour primetime college football talk show, features former Ole Miss quarterback Archie Manning,
head coach Randy Shannon and Actor David Keith on Tuesday, Sept 22 (9:00 PM, ET). Universityof Miami
“Mr. College Football,”
Tony Barnharthosts the show along with Brian Jones. The hard-hitting program will debate and analyze the hot topics and issues facing college football both on and off-the-field. This week Barnhart and Jones examine the voting inconsistencies and controversies associated with the major polls.
Throughout the season Barnhart will invite a variety of high-profile guests from the college football community, including coaches, administrators, writers, broadcasters and former players to the program. The distinguished guests will offer in-depth, lively, opinionated, topical discussions on the world of college football.
The TONY BARNHART SHOW will air each Tuesday throughout the college football season at 9:00 PM, ET. Mike Aresco serves as Executive Producer. Tyler Hale and Stefan Van Engen produce.
One more release and I’m calling it a night.
One more release and I’m calling it a night.