The ESPN crew will be back in a new place.
On Thursday, the network announced a new six-game schedule, with games at Michigan, Iowa State, Purdue, Michigan State, Minnesota and Ohio State.
ESPN has been one of the most important networks in college football.
Its coverage of the college football championship games has been unmatched.
The ESPN crew, which was first on the scene when the first football game was played at Georgia Tech in 1990, is back with a new crew that will cover college football at its highest level.
This crew will cover the 2017 bowl game, which will be played in New York on Jan. 25, and the 2017 SEC Championship game, to be played at Alabama on Feb. 4.ESPN’s coverage of all of college football will be expanded, including the bowl game.
ESPN will begin airing a new conference championship game each year and will have access to the SEC Championship.
On Thursday, ESPN announced the first six-games schedule, which includes games at Iowa State on Jan