NBC officially announced the broadcasters who will lead its coverage of the Big Ten this fall.

Todd Blackledge (analyst) and Noah Eagle (play-by-play) will work the booth while Kathryn Tappen serves as the sideline reporter.

Beginning in 2023, NBC will air 1 primetime Big Ten game each week as part of its Big Ten Saturday Night deal with the league.

“We are excited to showcase Big Ten Saturday Night on the NBC Sports’ primetime marquee,” NBC Sports executive producer Sam Flood said in a release. “When you hear Todd’s voice, you know it’s a big college football game. It has been that way for decades. Noah is one of the industry’s rising young play-by-play commentators, who has excelled calling numerous sports across multiple platforms for a wide range of audiences. We are thrilled to pair him in the booth with Todd. Kathryn has told the stories of so many memorable Notre Dame Football moments over the last decade in her on-field reporting and interviews.

“With their collective college football experience and great enthusiasm for the game, Todd, Noah and Kathryn join a production team that can’t wait to kick off the Big Ten season.”

Blackledge joins NBC in time for his 30th season as a network college football analyst. Most recently, he worked for ESPN and ABC. He has called a College Football Playoff semifinal game for the last 9 seasons. He’s also a former Penn State quarterback.

Eagle, the son of broadcaster Ian Eagle, has called college football games for FOX and CBS over the past 2 seasons. He also has NFL experience and is the radio play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Clippers.

Tappen has previous experience with NBC. She served as the network’s sideline reporter for Notre Dame football from 2014-21.

The first Big Ten Saturday Night game is scheduled for Sept. 2.