TV time coming for PSAC football

Posted: June 15, 2007

Sports Media Notes

The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference will be featured this fall with a televised football game of the week statewide. Produced by the Sports Fever Network, the PSAC games will be available to 4.8 million cable, satellite and over-the-air households.

Locally, the games will air on WTVE (Channel 51).

There will be 11 games, most of them televised live Saturday afternoons at 3 p.m. West Chester, the only PSAC team in the Delaware Valley, will be televised Sept. 22 at Shippensburg.

Sports Fever Network, which is run by Gorden Blain, will also be televising high school football games, although that schedule isn't out yet.

TV tidbits. The Big 33 high school football all-star game between Pennsylvania and Ohio will be televised at 7 p.m. tomorrow on CN8 and the NFL Network. . . . Joe Savery, the Phillies' first-round draft choice and a lefthander from Rice, can be seen when the College World Series gets under way today on ESPN. Rice will meet Louisville at 2 p.m. Gary Thorne and Robin Ventura are the announcers. Arizona State's Matt Spencer also was drafted by the Phillies. . . . After two hours of coverage today, NBC will air the U.S. Open golf championship for six hours each tomorrow and Sunday from 1 to 7 p.m. . . . On the NFL Network's top 10 feuds in history, Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens placed fifth all-time. Hard to imagine four that were worse.

- Marc Narducci

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