Fans Invited To Taping Of Sun Devil Insider At McDuffy's
Aug. 19, 2004
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona State University football season kicks off in just two weeks, but before it does, FSN Arizona gets ASU fans ready for it all when it tapes the Sun Devil Insider Kickoff Show at McDuffy's in Tempe on Thursday, Aug. 26 from 6 - 8 p.m.
Fans are invited to attend the taping and be a part of the show's audience at McDuffy's (230 W. 5th Street), where they will be able to hear from ASU head coach Dirk Koetter, quarterback Andrew Walter, safety Riccardo Stewart and Sun Devil athletic director Gene Smith. Hosted by Jody Jackson & Kevin McCabe, the Sun Devil Insider Kickoff will look ahead to the 2004 football campaign and set the stage for Arizona State's season opener against UTEP.
After the show is taped at McDuffy's next Thursday, the Sun Devil Insider Kickoff Show will then air on FSN Arizona on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 10 p.m., which is the night before the ASU/UTEP game at Sun Devil Stadium.
FSN Arizona also has a similar show planned to preview the University of Arizona's football season. It will be taped at Gentle Ben's in Tucson on Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 12 p.m. and will then air on Sept. 3, at 6:30 & 10 p.m.
The Arizona State/UTEP game can be seen on FSN Arizona on Thursday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m. and it will be the first of four ASU games set for telecast on FSN Arizona this season. In addition to the opener, the Sun Devils appear on FSN AZ against Iowa (Sept. 18), Oregon State (Sept. 25) and at Arizona (Nov. 26). Other games could be added for telecast on the network as the season progresses.
FSN Arizona continues to televise the most regional sports action in the state, airing approximately 1,200 hours of original local programming a year. The network is the exclusive cable television home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Coyotes, Arizona Rattlers, University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Arizona Rattlers and the nightly Arizona Sports Report. The network is currently seen in 1.8 million households in Arizona & New Mexico and can also be seen across the country via home satellite services.