Fans Have Different Ways To Follow Saturday's USU Men's Basketball Game At UC Santa Barbara
Nov. 15, 2013
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - While Saturday's Utah State men's basketball game at UC Santa Barbara will not be televised, fans have several different ways to follow the action between the Aggies and Gauchos from Santa Barbara, Calif.
Both teams are 2-0 on the young season, and will be meeting for the 64th time in series history this weekend, in what is the 11th-oldest rivalry in Utah State history, with USU leading the all-time series, 39-24. The first game played in the series was on Dec. 7, 1970 with Utah State posting a 66-64 home win, and the most recent time was on Feb. 18, 2012 in the ESPNU BracketBusters, with visiting UCSB winning, 72-64.
Fans can watch Saturday's game streamed on the Internet by clicking on the "Watch Live" link at www.UtahStateAggies.com, the official web site of USU athletics, which will re-direct fans to BigWest.tv.
Besides watching online, fans can also listen to Saturday's game as well as all Utah State men's basketball games on the Internet by clicking on the "Listen Live" link at www.UtahStateAggies.com.
Utah State basketball games are broadcast on the Aggie Sports Network on KVNU (610 AM/102.1 FM) and KLZX (95.9 FM) in Logan, on KZNS (1280 AM) in Salt Lake City, KVEL (920 AM) in Vernal, KRPX (95.3 FM) in Price, and KLZX (105.3 FM) in Montpelier, Idaho, as well as on the Internet at www.UtahStateAggies.com. Al Lewis serves as the play-by-play announcer while former USU head coach and athletics director Rod Tueller serves as the analyst during home games and select road games, including Saturday's game at UC Santa Barbara.
Additionally, fans can follow the action by clicking on the "Live Stats" link at www.UtahStateAggies.com, which will re-direct them to UCSB's live stats system.
Occasional game updates will also be available on twitter @Aggiehoops.
Following Saturday's game at UCSB, USU returns home to the friendly confines of the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, to host Southeastern Conference foe, Mississippi State on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7:05 p.m. at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. Mississippi State will be the first SEC opponent to visit Logan since Arkansas did so on Dec. 27, 1971, won by USU, 95-94, in OT. MSU will only be the third SEC team to play at USU, as LSU played in Logan on Dec. 30, 1970, also won by the Aggies, 97-81, for USU's 2-0 home mark against SEC foes. Utah State is 0-1 against the Bulldogs of MSU, losing on the road, 66-64, on Dec. 31, 2011.
USU men's basketball single-game, multi-game and season tickets are on sale. All single-game tickets will go on sale two weeks prior to each game. Single-game tickets will cost $18 for non-priority and $20 for priority, as well as $25 for premium games against Mississippi State (Nov. 23), BYU (Nov. 30 in Salt Lake City) and UNLV (Feb. 15).
Utah State men's basketball season ticket renewals and new season tickets are also still on sale. Season tickets start at $230 and they include all 20 home games as well as the BYU game at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City on Nov. 30. Big Blue Scholarship Fund per seat commitment fees apply, ranging from $100-$900 per seat in addition to ticket cost.
Family Plans are also available for purchase at $800 (two adults and three Jr Aggies). Please be aware that there is a limit of one Family Plan per household.
To order a package or for more Aggie men's basketball ticket information, fans can contact the USU Athletics Ticket Office over the phone by calling 1-888-USTATE-1 or 435-797-0305 during regular hours of operation. Fans can also buy their tickets in person at the USU Ticket Office inside the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum or online by clicking on the "Buy Tickets" tab at www.UtahStateAggies.com.
Fans can follow the Aggie men's basketball program at twitter.com/AggieHoops. USU fans can also follow the Utah State athletic program at twitter.com/USUAthletics, on facebook at Utah State University Athletics or on instagram at instagram.com/USUAthletics.