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Super Tuesday
Format college basketball
Starring Various personalities
Country of origin  United States
Production
Running time 2 hours per game
Broadcast
Original channel ESPN (1993-)
Original run 1993 – Present

Super Tuesday appears on ESPN and ESPN2 every Tuesday in prime time with the biggest regular-season games in college basketball. The show, whose official name is Super Tuesday presented by KFC, is similar to Big Monday, Thursday Night Showcase and Wednesday Night Hoops. All of these games, including the in-studio reports, are broadcast on both ESPNHD and ESPN2HD.

On ESPN the games include a Southeastern Conference matchup at 9pm ET with Brad Nessler and Jimmy Dykes, preceded by a Big Ten matchup at 7pm ET with Brent Musburger providing play-by-play and analysis by Steve Lavin. Erin Andrews is usually the sideline reporter for the Musburger/Lavin team while Jeannine Edwards fulfills the role for the Nessler/Dykes team. ESPN2 usually carries a game between two teams from some of the mid-major conferences. The in-studio host is Rece Davis, who works alongside ESPN analysts such as Jay Bilas and Hubert Davis. They deliver the half-time and post-game reports, along with live in-game updates, and also appear on College GameNight later that night.

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