Bulldogs on TV

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The official press release below:

Mississippi State’s September 20th football game at Georgia Tech has been selected as part of the Atlantic Coast Conference television package for that weekend, the conference office announced today.

The game will be televised either by ABC at 2:30 p.m. Central Time or by Raycom at 11 a.m. Central Time. The selection will be made on Sunday, September 14.

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14 Responses to “Bulldogs on TV”

  1. maxdawg Says:

    Anybody got 2 tickets? Together preferably.

  2. imabulldog Says:

    I’ll be chillin’ on the couch for that one- glad its on!

  3. skydawg706 Says:

    My vote is for ABC –

  4. quark20 Says:

    If its on Raycom, will it still air in Mississippi since its part of the ACC broadcast?

  5. Brad Locke Says:

    Quark, not sure, but I doubt it, because Raycom does SEC and ACC games each week, and this will qualify as an ACC game.

  6. quark20 Says:

    Well, that doesn’t help me at all then. I don’t suppose that ESPN or some other affiliate can/will carry it online if Raycom has the game, will they?

  7. southavendawg Says:

    I thought the Raycom games that aren’t in our area were carried on the ESPN Gameplan. We would have to pay but it would be better than not seeing it at all.

    Just hope it’s not like the WV game last year. 5 minutes into the game, I was wanting my money back!! My wife made me watch the whole thing as horrible as it was just so we got our money’s worth!

  8. BirdZ! Says:

    Raycom games are usually part of ESPN gameplan (like southaven said) and also shown on the internet at http://www.espn360.com

  9. imabulldog Says:

    How does 360 work? is it free?

  10. BirdZ! Says:

    It’s free and offered with AT&T internet service, Verizon, and some others. Type in your ZIP code and select your internet provider to see if they carry ESPN360.

  11. imabulldog Says:

    sweet, thanks birdz, hope Comcast does

  12. maxdawg Says:

    I know Metrocast doesn’t carry it. I tried.

  13. olemiss1581 Says:

    who cares, nobody will be watching it after the 2nd quater because it will be a blow out

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