Oct. 6, 2009
CORNELIUS - Fayetteville State's pivotal CIAA game against Shaw University on Saturday will be televised nationally by the Urban Sports Entertainment Group.
Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at Luther "Nick" Jeralds Stadium in Fayetteville.
In the Raleigh/Fayetteville markets the game will be televised on Time Warner Digital Cable Channel 102.
Both teams enter Saturday's clash with one CIAA loss and the winner will have a leg up in the Western Division race.
Last season, SU downed the Broncos 19-12. FSU has won three of the last five meetings between the schools.
For ticket information, contact the FSU ticket office at (910) 672-1724.
Raleigh, NC WAUG / Time Warner
Memphis, TN Time Warner Cable
Memphis, TN WBII / Independent
Norfolk, VA WSKY / Independent
Charlotte, NC WMYT / My TV
Columbia, SC WKTC / My TV
Greensboro, NC WGSR / Independent
Shreveport, LA Comcast Cable
Montgomery, AL WRJM / My TV
Charleston, SC WMMP / My TV
Roanoke, VA WDRL / Independent
Dayton, OH WRCX / Independent
Wilmington, NC WMYW / My TV
Providence, RI Cox Sports Television
Alexandria, LA KBCA / CW
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