This is from the Big Ten Network or BTN for short. We have the roster for the game announcers and studio teams.
As usual, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will be your studio team for pregame, halftime and postgame shows.
There will be three main team utilized throughout the season:
Eric Collins/Derek Rackley
Kevin Kugler/Chris Martin
Matt Devlin/Glenn Mason
Other play-by-play voices include returnee Wayne Larivee, voice of the Green Bay Packers, Brian Anderson, TV voice of the Milwaukee Brewers and MLB on TBS, and Josh Lewin, a radio voice of the New York Mets and main announcer for the San Diego Chargers.
Here’s the BTN press release.
Network adds some names familiar to B1G fans
CHICAGO – BTN today revealed its game broadcast teams and studio talent for the 2012 football season. The network’s football schedule will feature more than 40 games, extensive pre-game, halftime and post-game coverage on Saturdays and football-themed studio shows every weeknight.
For the sixth straight year, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will anchor the network’s game-day studio coverage on Big Ten Football Saturday, and will contribute to additional studio shows during the week.
BTN’s broadcast teams for football telecasts include Eric Collins (play-by-play) and Derek Rackley (analyst); Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) and Chris Martin (analyst) and Matt Devlin (play-by-play) and Glen Mason (analyst).
Additional play-by-play voices for football are returning talent Wayne Larrivee and Brian Anderson, currently the television voice of the Milwaukee Brewers who also does college basketball broadcasts for BTN and CBS and MLB games for TBS. Northwestern graduate Josh Lewin, play-by-play announcer of the New York Mets on WFAN and current radio voice of the San Diego Chargers, also joins the BTN group of announcers.
In addition to Anderson and Lewin, new voices include Antwaan Randle El (studio analyst and sideline), Tom Waddle (studio analyst), Chuck Long (studio and game analyst,) and J Leman (game analyst and sideline). Former Indiana quarterback Randle El retired from the NFL just this month after spending 10 years in the league. Waddle is a former Chicago Bears wide receiver and current Chicago radio co-host. He also will co-host The Next Level, BTN’s weekly show featuring the NFL play of former Big Ten stars and the professional potential of current Big Ten student-athletes. Long is a former Iowa quarterback and member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Leman is a former Illinois linebacker.
Additional new faces on BTN include Evan Fitzgerald, Northwestern graduate and current sports anchor at CBS 58 in Milwaukee; Damon Benning, former Nebraska running back; and Justin Conzemius, former Minnesota defensive back.
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