SiriusXM's College Football Training Camp Tour Kicks Off

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SiriusXM College Sports Nation channel to broadcast from preseason camps at more than 20 of nation's top college programs

Hosts on tour include Gene Chizik, Eddie George, Dan Hawkins, Greg McElroy, Houston Nutt, Phil Savage and other experts

NEW YORK - July 31, 2014 - SiriusXM will kick off its third annual "SiriusXM College Sports Nation Camp Tour" this Sunday, August 3, and will broadcast on location from more college football training camps than ever before.  

Over the span of 20 days in August, SiriusXM's experts will visit 22 of the top college football programs across the country where they will host three-hour shows to give fans an in-depth preview of their teams leading into the 2014 season. On each broadcast, listeners will get expert analysis of each program, as well as one-on-one interviews with coaches and players.  

SiriusXM College Sports Nation hosts on the tour include Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George; former Alabama QB and National Championship winner Greg McElroy; former head coaches Gene Chizik, Houston Nutt and Dan Hawkins; former college coach and NFL GM Phil Savage; plus college football insiders Jack Arute, Mark Packer, Chris Childers and Taylor Zarzour.

All shows will air on SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91 on satellite radios, on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App and online at

2014 SiriusXM College Sports Nation Camp Tour Schedule: (All times ET)

Sun, Aug. 3:

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

6-9 pm, Host: Jack Arute

Mon, Aug. 4:

Ole Miss, University, MS

1-4 pm, Hosts: Chris Childers and Gene Chizik

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

7-10 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Dan Hawkins

Tue, Aug. 5:

University of Georgia, Athens, GA

7-10 pm, Hosts: Jack Arute and Gene Chizik

Wed, Aug. 6:

USC, Los Angeles, CA

7-10 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Dan Hawkins

Thu, Aug. 7:

LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

4-7 pm, Host: Jack Arute

Fri, Aug. 8:

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

1-4 pm, Hosts: Jack Arute and Houston Nutt

Clemson University, Clemson, SC

4-7 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Phil Savage

Mon, Aug. 11:

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

1-4 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Gene Chizik

Tue, Aug. 12:

Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

1-4 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Gene Chizik

Wed, Aug. 13:

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

1-4 pm, Host: Mark Packer

Thu, Aug. 14:

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

1-4 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Houston Nutt

Fri, Aug. 15:

University of Texas, Austin, TX

1-4 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Houston Nutt

Mon, Aug. 18:

Auburn University, Auburn, AL

1-4 pm, Hosts: Jack Arute and Houston Nutt

Tue, Aug. 19:

Penn State University, University Park, PA

7-10am, Hosts: Taylor Zarzour and Greg McElroy

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

1-4 pm, Hosts: Jack Arute and Phil Savage

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

4-7 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Eddie George

Wed, Aug. 20:

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

1-4 pm, Hosts: Jack Arute and Houston Nutt

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

4-7 pm, Host: Mark Packer

Thu, Aug. 21:

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

1-4 pm, Host: Jack Arute

Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

4-7 pm, Hosts: Mark Packer and Eddie George

Fri, Aug 22:

University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN

7-10am Hosts: Taylor Zarzour and Greg McElroy

Schedule is subject to change.

SiriusXM College Sports Nation, channel 91, showcases the best college games and a daily lineup of college sports talk programming that offers news, highlights and season-long expert analysis of the nation's teams and conferences.  SiriusXM College Sports Nation listeners nationwide get live play-by-play of some of the season's most anticipated matchups, expert analysis, interviews with many of the biggest names in the college game, plus live broadcasts from some of the biggest events in college sports.  For more info visit  Follow on Twitter .


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