JONESBORO, AR - The Arkansas State Athletic Department announced Tuesday that its Nov. 21 football game at Middle Tennessee will be available on ESPN GamePlan and ESPN360.com, giving the Red Wolves a school-record seven televised games during the 2009 regular season. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. from Floyd Stadium.
The Red Wolves seven regular-season televised games, including two national broadcasts on ESPN2, top the previous record of six set during the 2007 season.
In addition to the Middle Tennessee game, ASU's remaining televised dates include road games at Iowa on Oct. 3 (ESPN2), Louisiana-Monroe on Oct. 13 (ESPN2) and Western Kentucky on Dec. 3 (Sun Belt Network). The Red Wolves home game against Louisiana-Lafayette on Nov. 7 will also be televised by the Sun Belt Network.
More information about ESPN GamePlan packages and ordering information can be found online on ESPN.com.
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