Terry Donahue

Terry Donahue returns as the lead analyst for Westwood One’s NCAA Football broadcasts, his fourth year in the role. Prior to that, Donahue served as a studio analyst for NFL Network’s “College Football Now” and as a game analyst for FOX’s coverage of NFL and college football. He also was the lead college football analyst for CBS Sports from 1996-1998.

Donahue was General Manager of the San Francisco 49ers from 2001-2005, but is known mostly for his coaching exploits on the gridiron. He led the UCLA Bruins to 151 victories over 20 seasons (1976-1995) and retired as the winningest coach in Pac 10 football history. Donahue was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2000.

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Tre Mason ,Gus Malzahn

SEC Championship Highlights: Auburn 59 – Missouri 42

08 December 2013 Comments are off for this post.
ATLANTA – Tre Mason had a game for the ages as Auburn downed Missouri 59-42 in Saturday’s SEC Championship Game. Mason rushed for 304 yards on 46 carries, setting new championship game records in both categories. He…
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Caleb Benenoch, Myles Jack

NCAA Football Highlights: UCLA 41 – Washington 31

16 November 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LOS ANGELES – Think the days of two-way players are over? You don’t know Jack. UCLA’s freshman linebacker Myles Jack scored four touchdowns as a running back as the Bruins downed Washington 41-31 Friday night at the Rose Bowl. Jack rushed for 59 yards on 13 carries in the victory,…
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CFM - Washington vs UCLA

Washington @ UCLA – Streaming Live – Tonight at 8:30 Eastern

15 November 2013 Comments are off for this post.
Our 2013 NCAA Football schedule continues tonight from the Rose Bowl as UCLA hosts Washington. We’ll have complete coverage beginning at 8:30 PM Eastern on our WestwoodOne affiliates coast-to-coast and streaming live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com! To get you ready for the game, our analyst Terry Donahue, who will call…
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Ty Montgomery, David Yankey

NCAA Football Highlights: Stanford 31 – Washington 28

06 October 2013 Comments are off for this post.
STANFORD, CA – For the second straight year, the Stanford offense couldn’t muster even 300 yards of offense against Washington, but this time a pair of huge kick returns made the difference as the Cardinal avenged last year’s upset loss in Seattle with a 31-28 victory on Saturday night. Ty…
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CFM - Washington v Stanford

Washington @ Stanford – Streaming Live – Saturday at 10 PM Eastern

05 October 2013 Comments are off for this post.
Our 2013 NCAA Football schedule continues Saturday as Stanford welcomes Washington to Palo Alto in a battle of Pac-12 unbeatens. We’ll have complete coverage beginning at 10 PM Eastern on our WestwoodOne affiliates coast-to-coast and streaming live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com! To get you ready for the game, our analyst…
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Shaquelle Evans, Ciante Evans

NCAA Football Highlights: UCLA 41 – Nebraska 21

15 September 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LINCOLN, NE – UCLA scored 38 unanswered points to turn a 21-3 deficit into a 41-21 rout of Nebraska at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley threw for 294 yards and three second-half touchdowns as UCLA outscored the Cornhuskers 31-0 after halftime. John Tautges and Terry Donahue called…
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CFM - UCLA vs Nebraska

UCLA @ Nebraska – Saturday at 11:30 AM Eastern

13 September 2013 Comments are off for this post.
Our 2013 NCAA Football schedule continues Saturday as Nebraska welcomes UCLA to Lincoln. We’ll have complete coverage beginning at 11:30 AM Eastern on our WestwoodOne affiliates coast-to-coast and streaming live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com! To get you ready for the game, our analyst Terry Donahue, who will call the game,…
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Johnny Manziel, Kenric McNeal, Dustin Harris

College Football Player of the Year: Johnny Manziel

10 January 2013 Comments are off for this post.
Congratulations to Johnny Manziel, the AutoZone “In the Zone’ College Football Player of the Year. Texas A&M’s redshirt freshman proved his “Johnny Football” nickname was no joke, passing for 3,706 yards while completing nearly 68% of his passes for 26 touchdowns against just nine interceptions. Of course, if that wasn’t…
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