Cal Football vs. Louisiana Tech To Be Aired by Comcast Sports
June 26, 2007
BERKELEY - California's football game against Louisiana Tech on Sept. 15 will be televised by Comcast Sports Net in the Bay Area. Kickoff has been scheduled for 3:30 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. This marks the seventh Cal contest to date to be scheduled for television.
In addition to the game with Louisiana Tech, Tennessee (9/1, ABC, 5 p.m.), Colorado State (9/8, CSTV, 11 a.m.), Arizona State (10/27, FSN, 7 p.m.), Washington State (11/3, FSN, 7 p.m.), USC (Nov. 10, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2, 5 p.m.) and Stanford (12/1, Versus, 4 p.m.) will be televised.
Cal had five games selected for television at this point last year. Eleven contests ended up being aired.
Game times and television information for other Golden Bear contests will be released when available.
In the first five years of head coach Jeff Tedford's tenure, 47 Cal football games have been televised; in the five years prior to that, 30 Cal games were televised. National television broadcasts have more than doubled in that time. The Colorado State game will mark Cal's first game on CSTV while the Stanford game will be Cal's debut on Versus.
The 2007 Cal season kicks off on Saturday, Sept. 1 with the Golden Bears hosting Tennessee at memorial Stadium. After the road trip to Colorado State, the Bears return home to face Louisiana Tech in another inter-sectional game on Sept. 15. Season tickets are still available at www.CalBears.com or by calling 1-800-GO-BEARS.
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