XM to Air 30 Bowl Games

XM
Satellite Radio announced that it will air 30 college football bowl games in December
and January, culminating with the exclusive satellite radio broadcasts of the
five 2008 Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games.

XM will
broadcast the 30 bowl games to its 8.5 million subscribers across the
continental

United States
starting December 20 as Navy plays

Utah in the
Poinsettia Bowl, building up to the Allstate BCS National Championship Game on
January 7 as top-ranked

Ohio

State takes on No. 2 LSU.

The
satellite radio network also announced the sportscasters who will provide
play-by-play coverage and analysis of the BCS games on XM, and it announced that
ESPN will produce a BCS special hosted by Colin Cowherd to air exclusively on
XM.

XM’s Dave
Sims and Gary Danielson will announce the Allstate BCS National Championship
Game and the FedEx Orange Bowl. Sims, who calls college football games for ESPN
and NFL games for Westwood One, is also the co-host of XM’s “Basketball
and Beyond with Coach K.” Danielson, the former college football and NFL
quarterback, is a college football analyst for XM and CBS Sports.

XM’s T.J.
Rives and Don McPherson will announce the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Rives is the
anchor of “XM Sports Nation This Morning” and “College Football
Coast to Coast” and the co-host of “The SEC Now” on XM, as well
as a college sports play-by-play announcer and pro football reporter.
McPherson, the veteran college football and NFL player, is a college sports
analyst for XM.

XM’s Gino
Torretta and Bill Rosinski will announce the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Torretta,
the 1992 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback and NFL veteran, is a college
football analyst for XM who calls games for Touchdown Radio, ESPN, and
SportsUSA Radio. Rosinski is heard on XM calling ACC football and basketball
for ISP Sports, and he is an NFL play-by-play announcer for Westwood One.

For the
Rose Bowl, XM will carry the ESPN Radio broadcast featuring sportscasters Mike
Tirico of “Monday Night Football,” college football analyst and
veteran coach Bob Davie, and sideline reporter and all-star athlete Stacey
Dales.

The ESPN
special on the BCS hosted by Cowherd will air exclusively on XM on December 29
on ESPN Radio (XM Channel 140). The show will air at 8 a.m. ET and replay at 2
p.m. ET, with encores on Dec. 30 at 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET, December 31 at 7 p.m.
ET and January 1 at 8 a.m. ET.

2007-08
College Football Bowl Games Schedule on XM

December 22

Papajohns.com Bowl

Southern Miss v.

Cincinnati

1:00 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 22

New Mexico
Bowl

Nevada v.

New Mexico

4:30 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 22

Pioneer

Las Vegas
Bowl

UCLA v. BYU

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 193

December 23

Sheraton

Hawaii
Bowl

Boise

State
v.

East Carolina

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 26

Motor

City Bowl

Purdue v. Cent.

Michigan

7:30 pm ET on XM Channel 196

December 27

Pacific Life

Holiday Bowl

Arizona

State
v.

Texas

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 28

Champs Sports Bowl

Boston

College
v.

Michigan

State

5:00 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 28

Emerald Bowl

Maryland v.

Oregon

State

8:30 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 29

Meineke Car Care Bowl

Connecticut v.

Wake

Forest

1:00 pm ET on XM Channel 190

December 29

AutoZone Liberty Bowl

UCF v.

Mississippi

State

4:30 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 29

Valero Alamo Bowl

Penn

State
v.

Texas
A&M

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 30

PetroSun

Independence
Bowl

Alabama v.

Colorado

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 199

December 31

Bell Helicopter
Armed Forces Bowl

California v.
Air Force

12:30 pm ET on XM Channel 140

December 31

Sun Bowl

South Florida v.

Oregon

2:00 pm ET on XM Channel 203

December 31

Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl

Georgia Tech v.

Fresno

State

2:00 pm ET on XM Channel 190

December 31

Gaylord

Hotels

Music

City Bowl

Kentucky v.

Florida

State

4:00 pm ET on XM Channel 199

December 31

Insight Bowl

Indiana v.

Oklahoma

State

6:00 pm ET on XM Channel 196

January 1

Outback Bowl

Wisconsin v.

Tennessee

11:00 am ET on XM Channel 140

January 1

Cotton Bowl

Missouri v.

Arkansas

11:30 am ET on XM Channel 241

January 1

Gator Bowl

Texas Tech v.

Virginia

1:00 pm ET on XM Channel 190

January 1

Capital One Bowl

Michigan v.

Florida

1:00 pm ET on XM Channel 199

January 1

Rose Bowl presented by Citi

Illinois v.
USC

4:30pm ET on XM Channel 140

January 1

Allstate Sugar Bowl

Hawaii v.

Georgia

8:30pm ET on XM Channel 144

January 2

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl

Oklahoma v.

West Virginia

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 144

January 3

FedEx Orange Bowl

Virginia Tech v.

Kansas

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 144

January 5

International Bowl

Rutgers v.

Ball

State

12:00 noon ET on XM Channel 203

January 6

GMAC Bowl

Bowling Green v.

Tulsa

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 231

January 7

BCS National Championship Game

LSU v.

Ohio

State

8:00 pm ET on XM Channel 144

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