UA-ASU TV Coverage
Nov. 25, 2009
TUCSON, Ariz. – This Saturday’s Arizona-Arizona State football game to be played at 1:30 p.m. (MST) will be broadcast on a regional basis only by ABC, but fans outside the designated region have a couple options to see the game live.
The Territorial Cup game can be viewed on ABC mostly in the western third of the country. Terry Gannon and David Norrie will call the action from Sun Devil Stadium. To view the ABC coverage map, click here.
ABC is a part of the ESPN Family of Networks, and ESPN offers two different viewing options. The first is a pay-per-view option through ESPN Game Plan. The game will be shown on ESPN pay-per-view channel six (Ch. 6) for those who purchase the plan.
The second option is a live internet broadcast of the game through ESPN 360. However, the game is subject to regional blackout in areas that receive the game live on ABC. Areas of the country receiving a different game on ABC are able to watch the UA-ASU game on ESPN 360. Following the game, viewers from all regions of the country can see the replay of the game through ESPN 360.
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