FSN will now broadcast the Mizzou/Nevada game over its network of regional affiliates.
Sept. 11, 2008
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Saturday's Missouri-Nevada football game, previously scheduled for telecast on a pay-per-view basis, has been moved to airing on Fox Sports Net affiliates. The Big 12 Conference, University of Missouri and FSN have announced that Saturday's football game will be televised by FSN, in place of the Washington State-Baylor game that was moved to Friday due to weather conditions from Hurricane Ike that are impacting the central Texas region.
The Missouri-Nevada game will not be televised on a pay-per-view basis as previously planned. Fans who already purchased the game can contact their cable or satellite provider for information regarding their payment.
The Missouri-Nevada game will remain an 11:30 a.m. kickoff from Faurot Field. Dan McLaughlin and D'Marco Farr will call the action from the booth with Todd Donoho serving as sideline reporter. The telecast will be available in high definition.
The following networks will carry the telecast:
- FSN ARIZONA
- FSN DETROIT
- FSN INDIANA
- FSN KANSAS CITY
- FSN MIDWEST
- FSN NORTH
- FSN NORTHWEST
- FSN OHIO
- FSN PITTSBURGH
- FSN ROCKY MOUNTAIN
- FSN SOUTH
- FSN SOUTHWEST
- FSN WEST
- FSN WISCONSIN
- COMCAST BAY AREA
- COMCAST CHICAGO
- COMCAST MID ATLANTIC
- COMCAST NEW ENLGAND
- COMCAST PHILADELPHIA
- MSG PLUS
- SUN SPORTS
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