TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 26: ESPN College GameDay announcer Lee Corso dons an FSU headress as co-announcers (l to r) Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit comment during the NCAA football game between Notre Dame and Florida State at Doak Campbell Stadium on October 26, 2002 in Tallahassee, Florida. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeated the Florida State Seminoles 34-24. (Photo by Craig Jones/Getty Images)

ESPN posts new lineups for its college football programming

ESPN has done a lot of personnel shuffling for their college football programming since last season ending. With a new season about to begin, the network finally released its final lineups for each of its college football related shows.

Some of these moves — like Rece Davis replacing Chris Fowler on College Gameday — were already well known. However, this listing completes everything you need to know about the network's shows for the upcoming season.

From ESPN's press release:


Outside of Fowler's move, the biggest notable change is how ESPN is handling its in-studio and College Football Final crew. Mark May is moving to ABC and Lou Holtz has been let go from the company, leaving Joe Tessitore by himself for College Football Final. The spiritual successor to the College Football Final crew will be Adnan Virk, Joey Galloway, and Danny Kanell, who will be doing pregame, halftime, and postgame shows on ESPN.

Another interesting move is how ESPN is handling the release of College Football Playoff polls starting on Tuesdays in October. ESPN had a show for this last season, but this year the program will essentially feature the College Gameday and in-studio crew combined.

College football season officially starts for FBS teams on Thursday, Sept. 3, when North Carolina and South Carolina face off on ESPN at 6PM ET.