Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network Deliver the Most Comprehensive High School and College Football Broadcast Schedule in the Region
60 NCAA Games and 8 Local High School Games Highlight 2011 Schedule
PHILADELPHIA- (August 30, 2011) – Comcast SportsNet, together with The Comcast Network, provides football fans with the most comprehensive local and national football coverage by airing 60 NCAA and eight local high school football games. The extensive schedule features Villanova and Delaware, plus national games from powerhouse conferences PAC-12, Conference USA and Big 12 and local high school favorites including Central Bucks West, Archbishop Ryan and Cardinal O’Hara.
The 2011 NCAA schedule includes five appearances by Delaware and three by Villanova including the Battle of the Blue matchup between the two teams on Saturday, November 19 at 3:30 p.m. from PPL Park.
In addition to comprehensive coverage including scores, highlights and special features during Comcast SportsNet’s news and talk programs, Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network will also have a full slate of college football shows featuring Penn State, Temple and Rutgers.
For the complete college football schedule, please visit CSNPhilly.com: http://bit.ly/qZABkC
This year The Comcast Network will air eight local high school games including games featuring North Penn, Shawnee and Overbrook, plus the Pennsylvania State Playoff game in Hershey, PA. Calling the games will be the announce team of Marc Zumoff and Kevin Reilly.
Philadelphia-born Zumoff has been in broadcasting for nearly 35 years. He recently completed his 17th season as the television voice of the Philadelphia 76ers on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. He has also announced for Turner Sports, Fox SportsNet and NBA-TV. His broadcasting experience includes play-by-play of the Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Union, college football and basketball and various other events such as bicycle racing, horse jumping and the Dad Vail Regatta.
Reilly was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1973 after playing ball for Villanova University. He spent two years with the Philadelphia Eagles before ending his career with the New England Patriots. Kevin is currently a broadcaster for the Philadelphia Eagles Network and also works as a motivational speaker.
The Comcast Network’s High School Football Broadcast Schedule:
North Penn High School at La Salle College HS
Overbrook at Northeast High
Central Bucks West at North Penn
Cherokee (NJ) at Shawnee (NJ)
Cardinal O’Hara at Archbishop Wood
Lenape (NJ) at Paul VI (NJ)
Archbishop Ryan at George Washington
Pennsylvania State Playoff – Team TBD