Broadcast Teams for NFL Network's Coverage of Conference USA Games Announced

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Broadcast Teams for NFL Network's Coverage of Conference USA Games Announced

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Rhett Lewis, Max Starks & Molly Sullivan to Call Grambling State vs. Louisiana Tech on Saturday, September 7 at 3:30 PM ET​

NFL Network to Broadcast 10 C-USA Games This Season

Today, NFL Network announced the broadcast teams for the network's coverage of Conference USA football games this season.  

Throughout NFL Network's 10-game schedule, play-by-play duties will be handled by Rhett Lewis, Dan Hellie and Dave Ryan on a rotating basis, along with analysts Max Starks, Ben Leber and Michael Robinson. On the sidelines, Molly Sullivan, Ashley Stroehlein and John Schriffen will share duties.

The 10-game schedule of games kicks off Saturday, September 7 at 3:30 PM ET with Grambling State at Louisiana Tech, with Rhett Lewis, Max Starks and Molly Sullivan calling the action.

Provided below are the broadcast teams for NFL Network's schedule of C-USA games:

Grambling State vs. Louisiana Tech – Saturday, September 7

- Play-by-Play: Rhett Lewis

- Analyst: Max Starks

- Sideline: Molly Sullivan

 

Army vs. UTSA – Saturday, September 14

- Play-by-Play: Rhett Lewis

- Analyst: Max Starks

- Sideline: Molly Sullivan

 

South Alabama vs. UAB – Saturday, September 21

- Play-by-Play: Rhett Lewis

- Analyst: Max Starks

- Sideline: Molly Sullivan

 

Florida Atlantic vs. Charlotte – Saturday, September 28

- Play-by-Play: Dan Hellie

- Analyst: Max Starks

- Sideline: Molly Sullivan

 

Southern Miss vs. Louisiana Tech – Saturday, October 19

- Play-by-Play: Rhett Lewis

- Analyst: Ben Leber

- Sideline: John Schriffen

 

FIU vs. Middle Tennessee State University – Saturday, October 26

- Play-by-Play: Dave Ryan

- Analyst: Ben Leber

- Sideline: Ashley Stroehlein

 

UTEP vs. North Texas – Saturday, November 2

- Play-by-Play: Dave Ryan

- Analyst: Ben Leber

- Sideline: Ashley Stroehlein

 

UAB vs. Southern Miss – Saturday, November 9

- Play-by-Play: Dave Ryan

- Analyst: Michael Robinson

- Sideline: Ashley Stroehlein

 

North Texas vs. Rice – Saturday, November 23

- Play-by-Play: Dan Hellie

- Analyst: Michael Robinson

- Sideline: Molly Sullivan

 

Southern Miss vs. Florida Atlantic – Saturday, November 30

- Play-by-Play: Dan Hellie

- Analyst: Michael Robinson

- Sideline: Ashley Stroehlein

 

Kick-off time for all games is currently scheduled for 3:30 PM ET. Each week, NFL Now airs at 3:00 PM ET providing pre-game analysis, as well as post-game with a recap and highlights.

C-USA football games on NFL Network will also be available through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices for subscribers of participating NFL Network providers.

C-USA shares a rich history with the NFL, with some of the game's greatest players coming from the conference. Pro Football Hall of Famers who played their college football at C-USA schools include Brett Favre (Southern Miss), Randy Moss (Marshall), Terry Bradshaw (Louisiana Tech), "Mean" Joe Greene (North Texas), and others.

Current NFL players from C-USA schools include four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts T.Y. Hilton (FIU), Tennessee Titan Kevin Byard (Middle Tennessee State University) who became the highest-paid safety in NFL history, first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft New Orleans Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport (UTSA), New York Giants guard Will Hernandez (UTEP), Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (UTEP) and more.

This season marks the first of a four-year partnership between the NFL and C-USA. For further details, visit: http://tinyurl.com/y66nwagc.

 

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