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Sports : CSS? What Is That? Never Fear Mizzou Fans, Tigers To Be Shown Locally
Posted by Tom on 2013/9/24 9:31:17 (543 reads) News by the same author

The next two Missouri Tiger football games, as part of the Southeastern Conference's television package, were picked up for broadcast by Comcast Sports South (CSS), which is not available on local systems.

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Both games, a home tilt against Arkansas State (September 28th) and the SEC opener at Vanderbilt (October 5th) are scheduled for 6:30 PM kickoffs. Through a series of affiliate agreements, this week's game against Arkansas State is set to be broadcast throughout the "Show-Me State".

In the Kansas City area, KSMO-TV Channel 62 will carry this week's game. Six other TV markets in Misssouri will also pick up the game broadcast. They are KBSI in Cape Girardeau, KMIZ in Columbia, KSN16 in Joplin, KOZL in Springfield, KNPN in St. Joseph, and KPLR in St. Louis.

While an official announcement about the VANDERBILT game has not yet been made public, it would figure that with the same kickoff time and television network, similar arrangements will be made to cover the Tigers SEC opener in Nashville.

All Missouri football games this fall, with pregame hitting the air TWO hours before kickoff (4:30 PM this Saturday) can be heard on the Tigers affiliate in north-central Missouri, KTTN FM 92.3!

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