Cal-Maryland Football Game To Be Televised Nationally on ESPN
Sept. 11, 2008
BERKELEY - This Saturday's Cal football game against Maryland will be a full national broadcast on ESPN with kickoff scheduled for 9 a.m. Pacific. For all locations, please check local listings for channel location.
In addition, the entire Cal football schedule is available on the stations of the ISP Sports/Cal Radio Network in many markets throughout California. Listen to Joe Starkey provide the play-by-play with former Cal star quarterback Troy Taylor giving the analysis on flagship station KGO 810 AM in the San Francisco area. Other affiliates are: KGIL Radio (1260 AM Los Angeles), XSURF Radio (540 AM San Diego), KNTK Radio (102.3 Weed), KCBL Radio (1340 AM Fresno), KESP Radio (970 AM Modesto), KVBL Radio (1400 AM Visalia) and KTKZ Radio (1380 AM Sacramento). The pre-game show begins 30 minutes prior to kickoff.
The game has also been selected to be the ACC ISP Radio Network national broadcast. Bill Rosinski handles play-by-play duties while former North Carolina coach John Bunting provides expert analysis. That broadcast will be available nationally on XM Satellite Radio, Channel 233. For a full list of network affiliates, click here.
Fans not in any of those areas, can listen to the game online by going to CalBears.com and subscribing to Cal All-Access. Monthly memberships start at just $6.95.