Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Comcast SportsNet Houston's (CSN) big football coverage

Extensive Pro, College, and High School Football Coverage Slated for SportsTalk Live, SportsNet Central, and Pro Football Postgame Live

Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSN), a partnership between the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets and the NBC Sports Group, today announced an extensive lineup of pro, college, and high school football coverage on SportsTalk Live (M-F, 5 p.m.) and SportsNet Central (6 p.m., 10 p.m., midnight M-F, 10 p.m. and midnight weekends).

The network also announced that Pro Football Postgame Live Presented by Houston Methodist, a one-hour show hosted by Kelli Johnson and featuring two-time Super Bowl winner Keenan McCardell and former Texans linebacker Danny Clark, will air every Sunday at 10:30 p.m., with a special pregame edition set for 7:30 p.m. on September 9.

CSN's football coverage includes insight on pro, college and high school pigskin, with analysis from the region's top football experts including John McClain, Ted Johnson, ND Kalu, Matt Malatesta, and national reporters Mike Florio, Peter King, and Kay Adams. Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown will appear on SportsTalk Live and SportsNet Central every Monday, offering his perspective on the team's previous game and what lies ahead.

Monday:
Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown will join SportsTalk Live each week to offer his input on the team's previous game and what lies ahead.
Ted Johnson, the three-time Super Bowl Champion and current 610 SportsRadio personality, will offer a seasoned perspective into the NFL landscape.
NBCSN's Mike Florio will join us offering a national perspective on the Houston Texans and a look at the top games each week.

Tuesday:
Regional Roundup: Every week CSN will host writers from Rivals.com and Yahoosports.com for an in-depth look at college football.

Wednesday:
Hall of Fame and longtime Houston Chronicle journalist "The General" John McClain will break down the NFL with special focus on the Texans, Cowboys, and Saints. Matt Malatesta, editor of VYPE Houston, will break down the top high School Football matchups of the week and who to look out for. VYPE Houston will also be a regular contributor to CSNHouston.com's high school section. NBCSN, Rotoworld, and Sirus XM's fantasy sports expert Kay Adams will join the show for a look at how to improve your fantasy football team.

Thursday:
ND Kalu, CSN College Football Analyst, co-host of SportsTalk 790's Koch & Kalu, and former NFL player, will join CSN to talk college and pro football.
Regional Roundup: Rivals.com and Yahoosports.com writers will provide key points for the hottest college football matchups in the region.

Friday:
NBCSN and Sport Illustrated writer Peter King will join CSN to offer a national perspective on the Houston Texans.
Pro Football Postgame Live Presented by Houston Methodist (Sundays, 10:30 p.m.)

Hosted by CSN's Kelli Johnson, former Texans Keenan McCardell and Danny Clark join to break down that day's Texans game. CSN's James Palmer will be at every Texans game, and CSN will have additional reporters at home games.

Where to watch CSN Houston
---Buffalo Cable (Buffalo, Grapeland, Jewett, and Kennard - Launching Fall 2013)
---Coastal Link (channels 31/131 in Brazoria County, Texas)
---Comcast Cable (channels 39/639 in the Houston area; 86/1688 in Houma, La Place, Monroe and Shreveport, La.; 269/1687 in Little Rock, Ark.)
---Consolidated Communications (channels 42/723 in the Houston area)
---EnTouch (channels 73/473 in the Houston area)
---Ozona Cable (channel 19.1 in Sterling City, Eldorado, and Mertzon, Texas; channel 26.1 in Ozona, Texas)
---Phonoscope (channels 35/293 in the Houston area)
---Telecom Cable (channel 23 in Freeport, Texas; channel 33 in Fulshear, Texas)
*Visit http://www.csnhouston.com/channel-finder for compete channel listings

(This post taken from a release sent to me by Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSN))

2 comments:

  1. Sucks for those that are on Directv, since they so far refuse to allow Directv to carry it.

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  2. Yes, still waiting on Jim Crane to give in...

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