/ SE Missouri State vs Kansas
June 1, 2009
By D.J. Whetter
Three months and counting until the start of the 2009 Kansas football season.
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Just my two cents, but if you are going to title the article "Half of KU football season to be televised", then you should list those 6 games that will be televised instead of just two. You have a quick glancing comment that the others will be announced at another date, but then how are we so certain that they will be "nationally" televised?
Also our definition for "nationally televised" appears to be any televsion network with an out of state following of more than 10.
This headline is only correct if they're talking about the non conference part of the season. We're not guaranteed anything once Big 12 play starts.
is it natl. tv if only half of the country gets to see it and half watches someone diff. cbs is always putting on pac 10 games for the west coast and screwing the big 12 teams. i will believe it when i see it. direct tv has the channels. cbs and others have secondary channels on sat. that might show games. try chan. 603,607,and 613. and it could be over on pay chan.
We need a Big 12 network like the big 10 and mtn
What half? Could we be more specific? Or are we only playing 4 games this year?
the Big 12 is always behind on these things. Expect the Big 12 Network in like 2012.
"... at least half of the Jayhawks' non-conference schedule will be nationally televised."
There are four non-con games, so two is at least half.
Looks like the headline is incorrect.
B10 Network stinks. Whenever I check it out it's covering something like the big Northwestern vs Minnesota swim dual.
MONTERAY JAY, Good point, also like Sport South which does the SEC.
Looks like they changed the headline from this morning....which I cut and paste in my 1st comment post.
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