On the Call: OSU-Wisconsin Game to be Aired on ESPN with Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison Leading Broadcast

Tuesday night’s Guaranteed Rate Bowl between OSU and Wisconsin will kick off at 9:15 p.m. CT (!), so unsurprisingly, the ESPN A-team of Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler won’t be spearheading the late-night broadcast. But ESPN is nonetheless sending an ace broadcasting crew for the late-night goodies with Beth Mowins, Kirk Morrison and Stormy Buonantony all set to be on the call.

The game will be carried on the main ESPN channel and streaming through ESPN’s app (with a TV subscription).

Mowins began her broadcasting career in the early 1990s and has carved out a niche as one of the best play-by-play voices in sports mainly in the college spectrum but specializing in football. Morrison has been in broadcasting for over a decade after a multi-year NFL career with both the Raiders and Chargers. Buonantony is a sideline reporter with ESPN who also works for VSIN in Vegas.

How to watch

Kick time: Tuesday at 9:15 p.m. CT
Stadium, location: Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona


For those unable (or unwilling!) to catch the TV broadcast, the Cowboy Radio Network is also available for the game with the legends Dave Hunziker and John Holcomb providing coverage and analysis. Robert Allen will also be reporting live from the sideline before, during and after the game. You can find the radio channel at your usual spot and it will also be broadcast for free through The Varsity Network app.