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Donovan McNabb Joins beIN Sports' College Football Broadcasting Team

09/12/2016, 6:00pm EDT
By Admin

beIN SPORTS, the fastest growing cable network in the U.S., today announced the lineup of original Fall programming for the anticipated 2016 Conference USA Football season beginning September 3rd.

Complementing every College football game will be a 30-minute pre-game show, half-time show, and post-game show, previewing and analyzing the exciting matchups. MAXX Client and 6-time NFL Pro Bowl quarterback and Donovan McNabb will serve as a studio analyst.

beIN SPORTS recently announced the multi-year broadcasting rights acquisition for a variety of sports within the prestigious collegiate athletic conference, all of which will air on beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS CONNECT, the network’s streaming service.

About beIN SPORTS USA

Launched in 2012, beIN SPORTS is the fastest growing global sports network in the U.S. and is offered on 9 of the largest 10 cable/satellite TV providers in the U.S., as well as other systems across the country. beIN SPORTS offers viewers premium sports content and entertainment across multiple platforms including TV channels beIN SPORTS and beIN SPORTS en Español and live streaming on beIN SPORTS CONNECT. A cornerstone of beIN SPORTS is its unrivaled live soccer coverage, which includes live matches from LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1, NASL, and CONMEBOL/CONCACAF/CAF World Cup Qualifiers, as well as news and in-depth analysis of all the top leagues from around the world. In addition to soccer, beIN SPORTS serves as a haven to fans of motorsports, tennis, rugby, boxing, mixed martial arts (MMA) and volleyball, among others. With the recent addition of Conference USA coverage, beIN SPORTS will also broadcast College Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Soccer, Baseball, Softball and Volleyball. Thru beIN SPORTS CONNECT, authenticated subscribers can also enjoy all the exciting action from the two networks and stream live overflow matches offered in HD on your computer, tablet or smart phone.

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