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CBS Sports studio host and announcer, Tm Brando, is leaving the network after 18-years. Brando told listeners on his radio show Monday that his show was not returning to CBS Sports Network, and then he told Sports Business Daily’s John Ourand that he was leaving CBS altogether. He released this statement on his Facebook page, explaining his departure...
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After 18 years at CBS and 16 years as the Host of College Football Today, I am leaving CBS Sports. I will no longer be the Host of College Football Today or provide play by play services for their golf, football or basketball coverage. This news comes on the heels of my announcement that the Tim Brando Show will not be returning to CBS Sports Network. It was truly a privilege to cover The SEC on CBS, The Road to the Final Four, and more recently The Masters for Masters.com and The PGA and Champions Tour. It was an honor working there. I am looking forward to new opportunies and making many exciting new memories
covering sports. I greatly appreciate all the love and support from my loyal fans! Please stay tuned to this page, as we will post news as it becomes available! Don’t forget- you can ALWAYS listen to the show from 8-11am CT on
SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91. Thanks for your continued support- Timmy B.
So, who replaces him?
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6 Comments
Hope he comes back to Baton Rouge, sigh!
Reply35 months
I wish he would go away, he is terrible.
Reply35 months
"Is there any way those 2 knuckleheads that announce SEC game of the week (Lundquist and Danielson) can get the boot! Could be the 2 worst on TV!" So much truth in 2 sentences! I could not agree more!
Reply35 months
Is there any way those 2 knuckleheads that announce SEC game of the week (Lundquist and Danielson) can get the boot! Could be the 2 worst on TV!
Reply35 months
I can see it now... The Timmy and Timmy Show
Reply35 months
We all know where he is heading....SEC Network!!!!
Reply35 months
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