truTV which has seen its profile raised tenfold during the NCAA Tournament will get one last live game and it’s just before the Final Four® in Houston. On Friday, it will carry the College All-Star Game. CBS/Turner will have Greg Gumbel host the studio show with the NCAA Tournament Atlanta crew of Seth Davis and Steve Smith. Arizona coach Seth Miller will be a guest analyst. And CBS brings in Dave Ryan from CBS College Sports to call the game and he’ll be joined by main studio analyst Greg Anthony.
Details and rosters are below.
truTV to Air College All-Star Game During Final Four Weekend in Houston
Arizona Head Coach Sean Miller will Join truTV’s Studio Coverage as Guest Analyst on Friday
truTV will air the 2011 College All-Star Game on Friday, April 1 during the 2011 MEN’s FINAL FOUR Weekend in Houston. The night will tip off with NCAA Tip-Off at 5 p.m. (ET), featuring Arizona head coach Sean Miller who will join the studio coverage as a guest analyst alongside host Greg Gumbel and analysts Seth Davis and Steve Smith. The Reese’s College All-Star Game will air at 5:30 p.m. (ET), with Dave Ryan calling play-by-play, Greg Anthony providing analysis and Tracy Wolfson serving as the sideline reporter. The network’s coverage will conclude with Inside March Madness, featuring Gumbel, Davis, Smith and Miller.
The game will feature two teams of the top collegiate senior student-athletes in the country, including Dwight Hardy (St. John’s), Jacob Pullen (Kansas State), Kenneth Faried (Morehead State), Kalin Lucas (Michigan State), Tristan Thompson (North Texas), Gary Johnson (Texas), Brad Wanamaker (Pitt) and Gary McGhee (Pitt). The full rosters are below.
COLLEGE ALL-STAR GAME SCHEDULE:
DAY/DATE TIME (ET) EVENT Fri., April 1 5 p.m. NCAA Tip-Off Greg Gumbel (host), Seth Davis (analyst), Steve Smith (analyst) and Sean Miller (guest analyst) 5:30 p.m. College All-Star Game Dave Ryan (play-by-play) and Greg Anthony (analyst) with Tracy Wolfson (reporter) Post-game Inside March Madness Greg Gumbel (host), Seth Davis (analyst), Steve Smith (analyst) and Sean Miller (guest analyst)
WEST ALL-STARS ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt Hometown/College
Andrew Goudelock G 6-2 210 Stone Mtn., Ga./College of Charleston
Tai Wesley F 6-7 240 Provo, Utah/Utah State
Kenneth Faried F/C 6-8 228 Newark, N.J./Morehead State
Malcolm Thomas F 6-9 220 San Diego, Calif./San Diego State
Kalin Lucas G 6-1 195 Detroit, Mich./Michigan State
Tristan Thompson G 6-5 193 Angleton, Texas/North Texas
Alex Stepheson F 6-10 250 Los Angeles, Calif./USC
Mickey McConnell G 6-0 190 Mesa, Ariz./St. Mary’s
Cameron Jones G 6-4 185 Los Angeles, Calif./Northern Arizona
Gary Johnson F 6-6 238 Houston, Texas/Texas
Head Coach: Billy Tubbs Assistant Coach: Steve McClain
EAST ALL-STARS ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt Hometown/College
Dwight Hardy G 6-2 196 Bronx, N.Y./St. John’s
Lavoy Allen F 6-9 225 Morrisville, Pa./Temple
Brad Wanamaker G 6-4 210 Philadelphia, Pa./Pittsburgh
Chris Warren G 5-10 168 Orlando, Fla./Mississippi
Austin Freeman G 6-3 235 Mitchellville, Md./Georgetown
Mike Davis F 6-9 225 Alexandria, Va./Illinois
Gary McGhee C 6-11 250 Anderson, Ind./Pittsburgh
Jacob Pullen G 6-0 200 Maywood, Ill./Kansas State
Vlad Moldoveanu F 6-9 215 Bucharest, Romania/American
Jimmy Butler F 6-7 220 Tomball, Texas/Marquette
Head Coach: Bill Foster Assistant Coach: Jeff Jones
And that will do it for this post.