Chat: 25 Hours of College Football!

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John David Booty leads USC into the 2007 season with a preseason No. 1 ranking.
Welcome to The Show! Are you ready for some college football, SportsNation? We've got the perfect thing to get you in the mood - starting Wednesday, we'll be chatting for 25 straight hours leading up to the first college football game of the season.

ESPN will be airing 25 Hours of College Football, which will include six special editions of College Football Live and extensive college football programming on all of ESPN's other regularly scheduled programming. The 25 hours will end at 8 p.m. ET Thursday with the first night of football as No. 2 LSU travels to Mississippi State, which can be seen on ESPN.

During the same 25-hour block, we'll be chatting right here on We'll talk about anything you want during, while providing analysis and commentary from writers and analysts from across the country including Ivan Maisel, Mark Schlabach, Todd McShay and Mel Kiper. We'll also have players: USC's Lawrence Jackson, Maryland's Erin Henderson and Northern Illinois' Larry English.

Get pumped, get ready and get comfortable for the 2007 season! Join us to chat starting at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday, August 29!

Check below for the chat schedule!

25 Hours of College Football!
Wednesday, Aug. 29
Thursday, Aug. 30
7 p.m. ET's Ivan Maisel 9 a.m. ET's BCS expert Brad Edwards
7:45pm Maryland LB Erin Henderson 10am The Morning Buzz
8pm NCAA FB with Buzzmaster 11am ESPN analyst Bob Davie
8:30pm's Mark Schlabach 11:30am Big 12 reporter Tim Griffin of San Antonio Express-News
9:30pm USC DE Lawrence Jackson Noon ESPN draft guru Todd McShay
10pm ACC reporter Jorge Milian of The Palm Beach (Fla.) Post 1pm ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper
10:30pm Dave Curtis of Orlando Sentinel on Florida 2pm Big East reporter Joe Starkey of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
11pm SEC reporter Ron Higgins of Commercial Appeal in Memphis 2:30pm Northern Illinois' DE Larry English
12am Bobby Curran, Hawaii's radio voice 3pm's Pat Forde
1am Pac-10 reporter Ted Miller of Seattle Post-Intelligencer 4:30pm Notre Dame/non-BCS with Adam Rittenberg of Arlington Heights (Ill.) Daily Herald
2am ESPN The Magazine's Bruce Feldman 5pm SEC reporter Ron Higgins of Commercial Appeal in Memphis
3-6am NCAA FB editor David Duffey 5:30pm's Mark Schlabach
6-9am Early morning with Buzzmaster 6:30pm ESPN The Magazine's Bruce Feldman
7:30pm Pregame with Buzzmaster

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