Seen on Screen: NFL Network To Air The Timeline; Temple Alumni Form On-Air Team for CSN Philadelphia

by Wilson Sy, Editorial Assistant

NFL Network has announced to air a new original series starting in November called The Timeline. Produced by NFL Films, the series will look at some pivotal moments in the NFL’s history that formed the NFL’s storied past, shape the present and, in some cases, set the stage for the future. The six-part series will premiere December 3 following Thursday Night Football and air throughout the month…

NFLNet…An all-Temple alumni on-air team will host the coverage of the Temple-Notre Dame football game for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia from Lincoln Financial Field. The game will take place Saturday, October 31, where the Cherry and White pre- and post-game shows will utilize all-Temple University graduates including Danny Pommells, Ray Didinger, John Clark, Rob Ellis, Marc Zumoff, Rhea Hughes, and Raheem Brock. Temple (7-0) is looking to improve to what is already the best start in program history, while Notre Dame enters Saturday’s game at 6-1…

…UCONN women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma’s show CenterStage premiered on Wednesday, October 28, 10:30 p.m on the YES Network. The show revealed who he feels are the top three women’s basketball players he’s coached, the recruitment of Rebecca Lobo, details on how he accepted the UCONN job at a Dunkin Donuts, and much more…

…SN co-head writer Bryan Tucker and Above Average have teamed up for a brand new sports comedy website that launched this week called “The Kicker.” The site is built for both the dedicated and casual sports fans starring top athletes and celebrities with hilarious sports video content. “The Kicker” has already produced videos featuring athletes such as Jamaal Charles, Odell Beckham Jr., and Eric Decker…

…NBC Sports presents live coverage of the Rugby World Cup Final this Saturday, October 30, at noon ET. It will be the first ever World Cup broadcast on U.S. network television, when New Zealand faces Australia at historic Twickenham Stadium in London, England. In addition to NBC’s coverage of the Final, Universal Sports Network will air live coverage of the bronze final featuring South African and Argentina on Friday at 3:30 p.m. ET, as well as an encore presentation of the Final on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET. NBC Sports Live Extra will stream the Rugby World Cup 2015 Final. will stream coverage of the South Africa-Argentina bronze final…

…A nationwide Russian 24/7 universally accessible sports television channel called Match TV will air starting Nov. 1. Its fundamental idea is to bring sports closer to the general public; broaden the audiences’ understanding of sports as a core feature of human life; help understand sports personalities, their every life, training, and families; and use these examples to promote a healthy and active lifestyle. Match TV will have live TV broadcast rights for the majority of first-tier sports events and matches worldwide for Russian soccer and basketball matches as well as Formula One races, American football, rugby, boxing, and more.

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