Sports USA

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Sports USA Radio Network - Announcers
... Sports USA has a large list of announcers for its football coverage ... As part of a deal between Westwood One and Sports USA, Westwood One occasionally used Sports USA announcers for some of its broadcasts during the 2009 and 2010 seasons ... Sports USA also loaned its announcers to the Detroit Lions' annual Thanksgiving game ...
NFL On Westwood One - Availability
... most stations can opt for an alternate national broadcast from the Sports USA Radio Network or, beginning in 2009, Compass Media Networks.) This rule ... available in that market on KLAC (Dial Global) and KFWB (Sports USA Radio) ... was reported that the NFL was considering leaving Westwood One for a rival service (ESPN Radio, Sports USA, and Sporting News Radio being the contenders), or possibly ...
Sports USA Radio Network - Programs - College Football On Sports USA
... Sports USA broadcasts at least one major college football game every Saturday during the college football season ... Three college bowl games are also broadcast by Sports USA the Las Vegas Bowl, the Independence Bowl, and the Sun Bowl ... The Capital One Bowl was broadcast by Sports USA from 2003-2010, but ESPN Radio gained the rights to the bowl for 2011 and on ...

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