CBS Sports is pretty busy this weekend. In addition to the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championships, CBS has tennis and a college football preview.
CBS SPORTS BULLETIN BOARDCBS SPORTS’ COLLEGE FOOTBALL CREW PREVIEWS 2010 SEASON ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 21CBS Sports’ Tim Brando, Gary Danielson, Spencer Tillman and Tony Barnhart give their expert insights into what to expect during the upcoming 2010 college football season on CBS SPORTS’ COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW on Saturday, Aug. 21 (1:00-2:00 PM, ET). CBS Sports’ college football crew discusses everything in this hour-long warm-up to the season from which teams to watch; who will hold the Heisman Trophy; how all these new coaches in new places will do; and who they see playing for the BCS Championship. CBS Sports’ Vin DeVito produces and Jim Cornell directs.
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U.S.OPEN WITH TENNIS IN ON AUGUST 22 CINCINNATIWith its eye focused on the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in a couple of weeks, CBS Sports broadcasts the men’s final of the Olympus U.S. Open Series WESTERN AND SOUTHERN FINANCIAL GROUP MASTERS on Sunday, Aug. 22 (12:00-2:00 PM, ET) live from . Featuring a 56-player draw, the men’s tournament is an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event that includes all of the top players who were automatically entered. Among the notables in the field this year are 2009 defending Masters champion Roger Federer and World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, along with No. 2 Novak Djokovic, and nine of the Top 10 players in the world. No. 9 Andy Roddick, Mardy Fish, James Blake and Sam Querrey are among the Americans competing. CBS Sports’ Ian Eagle, Mary Carillo and Mary Joe Fernandez call the action, while Bob Mansbach produces and Bob Fishman directs. Cincinnati, OhioCBS SPORTS BROADCASTS ENCORE PRESENTATION OF COLLEGE HOME RUN ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 22 DERBYBaseball’s next generation of superstars face off in the first ever COLLEGE HOME RUN DERBY on Sunday, Aug. 22 (5:00-6:00 PM, ET; original air date, 7/11/10) from ’s historic Rosenblatt Stadium. The premier sluggers of college baseball compete in one of the storied ballpark’s final collegiate competitions. Eight of the best home run hitters of the 2010 NCAA baseball season compete including Omaha Louisville’s Phil Wunderlich, ’s Jarrett Parker and LSU’s Blake Dean. National Baseball Hall of Fame members Mike Schmidt and 2010 inductee Andre Dawson serve as ceremonial hitting coaches for the participants. CBS Sports’ Adam Zucker, along with 1993 and 1994 American League Most Valuable Player Frank Thomas, and Tracy Wolfson reporting, call the action for CBS Sports. CBS Sports’ Deb Boulac serves as coordinating producer. VirginiaHarold Bryant is Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.
That’s going to do it.