TV Info Released for Four Additional Football Games
Aug. 27, 2012
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - Television information for four of the five remaining available games on the Fresno State football schedule has been released. Time Warner Cable SportsNet announced Monday afternoon that it will air Fresno State's Mountain West contests on the new network that is set to launch Oct. 1.
Time Warner Cable SportsNet picked up Fresno State's Oct. 6 game at Colorado State, its Oct. 20 game vs. Wyoming, the Oct. 27 game at New Mexico and the Nov. 3 home game vs. Hawai'i.
Time Warner Cable SportsNet will also be broadcasting San Diego State and UNLV football games along with Fresno State's games. In addition, they will broadcast 24 basketball games during the 2012-13 season, making Time Warner Cable SportsNet the exclusive regional home for Aztecs, Rebels and Bulldog fans starting this fall.
"The addition of San Diego State, UNLV and Fresno State football and basketball games to our telecast schedule makes Time Warner Cable SportsNet the media destination for sports fans in Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas and Fresno," said Mark Shuken, Senior Vice President and General Manager, TWC Sports Regional Networks. "Our network will give fans access to the teams they care about, from high school to college to the professional level."
Fresno State now has 10 of its 12 regular season games scheduled to be televised. Saturday's season opener against Weber State will not be televised.
For more information about Time Warner Cable SportsNet, visit www.twcsportsnet.com and to find out how to watch Time Warner Cable SportsNet starting October 1, visit www.iwantmylakers.com and enter your information at the top of the page.
"Discover Fresno State Football" - Fresno State season tickets are now on sale for as low as $140, less than $24 per game, through the Bulldog Ticket Office, online at GoBulldogs.com and can be purchased over the phone at 559-278-DOGS. Remember to vote every day for Fresno State at www.ESPN.com/CollegeColorsDay and wear your Bulldog red on Aug. 31 for College Colors Day.