From CBS Sports –
CBSSPORTS’ COLLEGE BASKETBALL TRIPLEHEADER HIGHLIGHTED BY
NO. 2-RANKEDKENTUCKY VS. ALABAMA AND
NO.7-RANKED KANSASVS. TEXAS ONSATURDAY, JAN. 21
CBS Sports’ college basketball schedulecontinues with a tripleheader on Saturday,Jan 21 (12:00 NOON-6:00 PM, ET) featuring four of the nation’s top 25teams and his highlighted bynational coverage of *No. 2-ranked Kentucky hosting Alabama (12:00 NOON, ET). National coverage of *No. 19-ranked Michiganat Arkansas (2:00 PM, ET) follows. Regionalcoverage of *No. 7-ranked Kansastaking on Texasand *No. 11-ranked Connecticutplaying Tennessee (4:00 PM, ET) follows.
Ian Eagleand analyst Jim Spanarkel will beon hand at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky. to handle the call for Alabama-Kentucky. Steve Scheerproduces and Jim Cornell directs.
KevinHarlan and Bill Raftery are courtsidefor Michigan-Arkansas from Budd Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark.Victor Frank produces and Mark Grantdirects.
VerneLundquist joins CBSSports’ lead college basketball analyst ClarkKellogg to handle the callfrom the Erwin Centerin Austin, Texas for Kansas-Texas. Bob Dekas, CBS Sports’ coordinating producerfor college basketball, produces and ChrisSvendsen directs.
TimBrando andanalyst Greg Anthony call the action from Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn.for UConn-Tennessee. Bob Mansbach produces and MarkBurghart.
AT THEHALFÒ, CBS Sports’ halftime studio show, hosted by Tracy Wolfson along with Sports Illustrated’s Seth Davis,provides all the day’s news, scoresand highlights live from the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City. VinDeVito produces and Linda Malino directs.Harold Bryant is ExecutiveProducer and Vice President, Production,CBS Sports.
*Coaches Poll as of 1/16/12