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NFL Network expands prime time programming

NFL Network is all-new at 6 o'clock this fall.

The fresh 6:00 PM ET programming hour for the 2007 season features two new shows: Jamie Dukes' opinion-based studio show "Put Up Your Dukes" and news show "College Football Now" beginning September 4.

Airing each week from Tuesday through Friday, the programs lead into NFL Network's signature show, NFL Total Access, which features NFL news, interviews and highlights at 7:00 PM ET.

Following is a detailed look at NFL Network's new 6:00 PM ET lineup which begins September 4:

6:00 PM ET

College Football Now – Host Paul Burmeister; Analysts Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, and Terry Donahue

CFN is a studio-based information show providing viewers with up-to-the-minute news, match-up analysis and discussion of all the hot topics in college football including the latest Top 25 and BCS rankings.

Using expert college football analysts Mike Mayock and Charles Davis and former college coach Terry Donahue, College Football Now gives fans credible and independent insight from people who have played the game and follow the sport year-round. CFN will also include on-air appearances by the editors of websites which cover college football teams on a daily basis.

6:30 PM ET

Put Up Your Dukes – Host Jamie Dukes

Put Up Your Dukes is a 30-minute show starring former NFL offensive lineman Jamie Dukes tackling the headlines of the day in football. The show promises to inform and entertain and use Dukes' engaging personality to bring the viewer inside the National Football League to share opinions and debate the issues people are talking about.

Each show will feature "10 Rounds" of discussion highlighting the players, plays and key topics of the day. An interactive component through will allow viewers to submit questions for Dukes, who will answer some of them on air.

NFL Network airs seven days a week, 24 hours a day on a year-round basis and is the first television network fully dedicated to the NFL and the sport of football. For more information, log onto

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