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College Football Final
StarringMatt Barrie
Joey Galloway
Jesse Palmer
Country of originUSA
Running time60 min.
Original networkESPN
Original releaseAugust 28, 1999 (1999-08-28) –

College Football Final is a one-hour program devoted to college football and airs every Saturday night during the college football season. It was previously named College Gameday Final until 2006. It is seen at 12am ET on ESPN and lasts until 1am ET (or later if a game runs over) and the program re-airs early the next morning on ESPNU and ESPN2. It is similar to ESPN's Baseball Tonight, NBA Fastbreak, NFL Live, and College GameNight, except that it only appears once a week. The program breaks down the days' games with highlights of all the biggest games, analysis of the big stories and a look ahead to next weeks' matchups.

Starting with the 2019 season with hosts the show with analysis from Joey Galloway and Jesse Palmer. In 2015 it was hosted by Joe Tessitore, Adnan Virk hosted from 2016 to 2018 and from 2000 to 2014, ESPN sportscasting veteran Rece Davis hosted the show. Joining Davis with analysis were College Football Hall of Fame Pittsburgh offensive lineman Mark May (since 2001) and head coach Lou Holtz. Trev Alberts, who was a former analyst on the show, resigned after the 2004 season saying, he was tired of being second to the College GameDay gang all the time; Holtz later replaced him.





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