Who are the Nevada-Kansas football game announcers today on CBS Sports Network?

The Kansas football team will take on Nevada tonight at 9:30 p.m. CT. Find out which announcers will be calling the game.

For the first time in over 20 years, the Kansas Jayhawks will play a football game in the Pacific time zone. Although the brutal start time might leave Kansas football fans needing some late-night coffees, there is plenty of reason to be excited for the final game of non-conference play.

Third-year head coach Lance Leipold is looking to begin consecutive KU seasons with a 3-0 record, which has not been done since 1991-1992. They’ll need to take care of Nevada on the road first.

The Wolf Pack have begun their 2023 seasons with two losses — one to last year’s Heisman Trophy winner in Caleb Williams and USC, and the other to FCS-level Idaho. Despite the game being played on their home turf, they enter the game as 28-point underdogs to the Jayhawks and their explosive offensive scheme.

If you’re wondering who will be calling the broadcast on CBS Sports Network — which kicks off at 9:30 p.m. CT — then you’re in the right place. There will be two analysts in the booth and a sideline reporter.

Who is calling the Nevada vs. Kansas football game tonight?

Play-by-Play: Rich Waltz

The play-by-play commentator for tonight’s showdown is Rich Waltz. He has been calling college football for 26 years and has also spent time in the booth for college basketball and MLB games.

Analyst: Aaron Taylor

Alongside Waltz will be color commentator Aaron Taylor, a two-time first-team All-American and Lombardi Award winner at Notre Dame in the early 1990s. He spent five years in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers after being drafted 16th overall in 1994. Taylor spends his time as the studio analyst for games CBS Sports broadcasts and the show ‘Inside College Football.’

Sideline Reporter: Amanda Guerra

Amanda Guerra will serve as the sideline reporter tonight. She is a former news anchor at CBS who pivoted to sports journalism a few years ago.