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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 29, 2010 at 9:30 PM

A few programming notes

A few UW-related TV notes to pass along. …
— First off, you can watch Steve Sarkisian’s weekly Monday press conferences live on UWTV /a> (good for me to know should I get, uh, stuck in traffic). You can also watch a replay on UWTV at 6:30 p.m. each Monday. (One change since I first posted this — it will NOT be streamed live on UWTV.org. However, the 6:30 p.m. replay will be streamed on UWTV.org).
— I continue to get lots of e-mails about the TV situation for the BYU game. It hasn’t changed, and won’t change. It kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday on
CBS College Sports, which is channel 412 on Comcast, 633 in HD. If you don’t get that channel, call your cable operator and figure out how to get it. Of, if you don’t want to do that or don’t want to pay for the sports tier to get it, call some bars in your area and see if they plan to show it. I don’t know of any sanctioned on-line viewing options. Since the rights to the game are owned by CBS, it’s can’t be part of any of ESPN’s platforms.
— There also is no official replay of the game, ala the old days when there was an entirely different telecast of the game produced solely for replay. But these days, with so any different viewing options, just about any game that is televised will be replayed somewhere. So for this week, that means the replays will be on CBS College Sports. I did a quick perusal for that channel next week and found roughly 14 (yes, 14) scheduled replays of the UW-BYU game on CBS College Sports. So if you get that channel, you will have no shortage of chances to watch it again if you’d like.
— GoHuskies.com offers options for listening to every Husky game, so check that out here.
— Also, here is a schedule with all of the TV times listed that have been set. Those that are not set will likely be set either six or 12 days in advance of kickoff. Some could get set earlier, but no guarantee on that. If you’re trying to plan ahead for one of the games that doesn’t yet have a set kickoff time, you’re just going to have to be flexible. Like it or not, that’s the way of the college football world these days. TV pays the bills (and when games aren’t on TV, fans complain about that), and for a lot of games, the networks want flexibility to pick and choose the best ones for the best slots. So that’s why so many are still left undecided.
— I’m scheduled to be on a Husky football roundtable on the Elise at Night show on KJR-AM tomorrow night around 7:30 or so and lasting an hour or so with a couple of other UW beat writers.
— That will come a few hours after Sarkisian has his first weekly coaches’ show on KJR-AM at 4:30 p.m.
All for now.

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