The NFL wraps up the regular season Sunday. Here is the roster of games and announcers on CBS, FOX and NBC:
N.Y. Jets @ Buffalo Marv Albert/Rich Gannon
Baltimore @ Cincinnati Kevin Harlan/Solomon Wilcots
Cleveland @ Pittsburgh Spero Dedes/Steve Beuerlein
Houston @ Indianapolis Greg Gumbel/Dan Dierdorf
Jacksonville @ Tennessee Don Criqui/Randy Cross
Philadelphia @ N.Y. Giants Thom Brennaman/Brian Billick/Laura Okmin
Chicago @ Detroit Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston/Tony Siragusa
Tampa @ Atlanta Dick Stockton/John Lynch/Jennifer Hale (WTVT-TV in Tampa Bay)
Carolina @ New Orleans Ron Pitts/Mike Martz/ Krista Voda
Miami @ N. England Jim Nantz/Phil Simms
Kansas City @ Denver Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
Oakland @ San Diego Bill Macatee/Steve Tasker
Green Bay @ Minnesota Joe Buck/Troy Aikman/Pam Oliver
St. Louis @ Seattle Chris Myers/Tim Ryan/Jaime Maggio
Arizona @ San Francisco Gus Johnson/Charles Davis/Kristina Pink
NBC 8:30 PM
Dallas @ Washington Al Michaels/Cris Collinsworth/Michele Tafoya
CBS Sports’ college basketball coverage continues with a national broadcast Saturday at 4:00 p.m. with No. 3-ranked Louisville taking on 23rd ranked Kentucky. Tim Brando, Clark Kellogg and Greg Anthony call the action live from Louisville. WTSP will air the game locally in the Tampa Bay area.
“At The Half”, CBS Sports’ halftime studio show features analysts Doug Gottlieb and Sports Illustrated’s Seth Davis.
In addition, CBS Sports will stream the Louisville-Kentucky game, as well as select games from the entire 2012-13 college basketball schedule, live on CBSSports.com.
Prior to the game, CBS Sports tips-off its celebration of 75 years of NCAA March Madness with “Behind The Mic” at 2:00 p.m., a one-hour special featuring on-air voices of the NCAA tournament reliving the greatest moments and sharing their memories calling the action. At 3:00 p.m., Jim Nantz hosts “75 Years: A Coach’s Perspective” featuring a panel of top college coaches reflecting on the greatness of the NCAA tournament and reminiscing about their own experiences. Coaches include Billy Donovan, Tom Izzo, Steve Lavin, Rick Pitino, Shaka Smart, Brad Stevens, Bill Self, John Thompson III and Jay Wright.