From Arkansas State University
The Arkansas State Athletic Department announced Friday that ESPN has selected the Sept. 10 Arkansas State-Memphis football game, scheduled for a 6:00 p.m. kickoff at ASU Stadium, to be televised on ESPN3.com.
The Red Wolves now have six games set to be televised in 2011, including all four of its non-conference games. A-State's Sun Belt Conference games against Western Kentucky and Florida International are also set to be televised, and the Sun Belt Network has the option to televise as many as three others late in the regular season.
The Red Wolves set a school record with 10 televised games last year, and 2011 will mark the third consecutive season with at least six televised contests for A-State. In addition to the ASU-Memphis game, the Sept. 3 season opener at Illinois will be broadcast by the Big Ten Network, the Sept. 17 contest at Virginia Tech will air on Fox Sports, and the Sept. 24 home game is being televised by KATV, the ABC affiliate in Little Rock.
In conference action, ASU's Oct. 1 game at Western Kentucky will be broadcast by the Sun Belt Network, and the Oct. 18 game against Florida International will be broadcast nationally from ASU Stadium on ESPN2. The Nov. 12 ASU-Louisiana Lafayette game, the Nov. 19 ASU-Middle Tennessee matchup and the Dec. 3 ASU-Troy regular-season finale are all listed as options for the Sun Belt Network to broadcast.
ESPN3.com is ESPN's live sports broadband network, giving fans a 24/7 online destination that delivers thousands of live sporting events annually. It is available at no additional cost to fans who receive their high-speed internet connection/cable subscription from an affiliated service provider, including Suddenlink in Jonesboro and Northeast Arkansas. ESPN3 is currently available in more than 70 million homes. It is also available at no cost to approximately 21 million U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers connected to on-campus educational networks and on-base military networks. The network is expanding to reach all screens. In November 2010, ESPN3 launched on the Microsoft Xbox gaming console to a community of 25 million people via Xbox LIVE (Gold Level membership). ESPN3 also recently launched on Apple and Android tablet and mobile devices.