Aug. 4, 2011
LOGAN, Utah - Utah State University Director of Athletics Scott Barnes announced Thursday that USU Athletics will have a new home beginning this fall as select football and basketball games will be televised live on KCSG Television in cooperation with Cis-Com Productions.
In conjunction with Aggie Sports Properties, the school's Athletics multimedia rights holder, Utah State is entering its third year of a four-year contract with Cis-Com Productions to televise numerous football and basketball games live.
During the 2011-12 academic year, KCSG TV will broadcast five Aggie football games and six basketball games. Its first football broadcast will be on Saturday, Sept. 24 when USU hosts Colorado State at 6 p.m. Other football games to be televised live on KCSG include home contests against Wyoming (10/8), San Jose State (11/12) and Nevada (11/26), and a road game at New Mexico State (12/3).
"Our new partnership with KCSG Television will provide Aggie fans everywhere an enhanced experience and more reliable telecast," said Barnes. "KCSG is readily available via a number of avenues allowing us to continue our connection with Aggie fans and building the Aggie Athletic Brand."
Of the six basketball games scheduled to be televised, five will feature the defending four-time Western Athletic Conference regular season champions including its season-opener at home against in-state rival Brigham Young on Friday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. Other men's games on the schedule include home contests against Southern Utah (11/19), Denver (11/30) and Utah Valley (12/6), and road games against Weber State (11/15) and Idaho State (11/26).
Its sixth basketball broadcast will feature the Aggie women hosting in-state rival Brigham Young on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 2 p.m.
KCSG-DT (kcsg.com) can be seen throughout the Salt Lake DMA (Designated Market Area) on a network of translators, cable systems, and statewide via satellite: Direct-TV channel 44 and Dish Network TV channel 37; Cache Valley - Comcast channel 116; St. George - Baja cable channel 6, 87 and 107.4; Cedar City - Bresnan cable channel 6; Mesquite - Baja cable channel 86 and 87; Reliance cable channel 99; and Provo - Broadweave cable channel 6.
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