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October 21, 2009 at 9:32 AM

TV info for this week

Consider this a one-stop entry to answer all of your questions about the TV broadcast this week.
The game will be live on ABC at 12:30 p.m. with the team of Terry Gannon, the former NC State basketball player, and David Norrie, the former UCLA quarterback. That’s the same team that did the USC game last month.
Here is the coverage map showing that the UW-Oregon game will be shown to 19 percent of the country, essentially the entire West Coast plus Alaska and Hawaii.
The game will also be available on ESPN360. ABC games are often replayed on ESPNU and some of the other ESPN networks the following week, especially if there is a compelling reason to do so, but the easiest way to ensure you have a copy is to tape/DVR the original.
However, Comcast Sports Northwest, channel 179 — which does lots of Oregon-related programming — will also show replays, including one Saturday night at 11 p.m. That station will also have an Oregon-themed pre-game show Saturday at noon.

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