Part III: 25 Hours of College Football!

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Georgia storms the 2008 season as the No. 1 team in the polls.
NOTE: Our 25-hour chat leading up to the start of the college football season is in three parts. This is Part III, which runs from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday.

Welcome to The Show! Are you ready for some college football, SportsNation? We're building to the start of the 2008 season and we've got just the thing to get you in the mood -- starting Wednesday, we'll be chatting with 25 people leading up to the first night of the season.

ESPN will be airing 25 Hours of College Football, which includes extensive college football programming on all of ESPN's various outlets. The 25 hours will end at 8 p.m. ET Thursday with ESPN's first game of the season when South Carolina hosts North Carolina State. ESPN's family of networks will have two other games airing Thursday night (Vanderbilt at Miami (OH), 7 p.m. ET, ESPNU; Oregon State at Stanford, 9 p.m. ET, ESPN2).

During the same 25-hour block, we'll be chatting right here on ESPN.com, grabbing 25 people to break down the new season. We'll talk about anything you want, while providing analysis and commentary from across the country.

Get pumped, get ready and settle in for the kickoff to the 2008 season! Join us to chat starting at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday, August 27!

Play College Pick'em for a chance to win the Ultimate Gaming package and vote for this week's top 25 teams in College GameDay's America's Vote!

NOTE: This chat is going to be SO big we have to break it up into three parts.
Wednesday: 7pm- Part I
Thursday: 9am- Part II
Thursday: 3pm- Part III

Check below for the chat schedule!

25-person college football kickoff chat!
PART I
PART III
Time
Wednesday, Aug. 27
Time
Thursday, Aug. 28
7pm ET ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach 3 p.m. ET San Diego St. LB Russell Allen
8pm ESPN.com blogger Tim Griffin 3:30pm ESPN programming director Dave Brown
9pm ESPN.com blogger Graham Watson 4pm ESPN.com blogger Adam Rittenberg
10pm ESPN.com blogger Ted Miller 5pm ESPN.com's Ivan Maisel
11pm ESPN The Magazine's Bruce Feldman 6pm Reporter Joe Schad
6:30pm Recruiting expert Craig Haubert
PART II
7pm ESPN.com blogger Chris Low
Time
Thursday, Aug. 28
7:30pm ESPN.com blogger Brian Bennett
9am BCS expert Brad Edwards
9:30am Recruiting expert Tom Luginbill
10am ESPN researcher Brett Edgerton
10:30am Appalachian St. WR Josh Johnson
10:45am Central Florida's Joe Burnett
11am ESPN.com blogger Heather Dinich
12:30pm Florida State's Everette Brown
1pm Draft expert Mel Kiper
1:30pm Purdue QB Curtis Painter
2pm College GameDay host Rece Davis
2:30pm Bottom 10 Guy

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