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USF-West Virginia Football Game to be Televised for National
USF-West Virginia Football Game to be Televised for National Audience
Courtesy: USF
Release: 02/15/2007
TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 15, 2007) -- When USF and West Virginia open their Big East Conference football schedule in 2007, they will do so in front of an ESPN2 national television audience Friday, September 28 at 8 p.m. in Raymond James Stadium.

With the addition of the West Virginia game, USF now has at least three games on national television. The Bulls will play at Auburn September 8 on either ESPN or ESPN 2 and at Rutgers October 18 in their first-ever ESPN Thursday night appearance.

USF, who defeated East Carolina in the 2006 Papajohns.com Bowl, closed out its regular season last year with a 24-19 win at West Virginia in a game also aired on ESPN2. The Mountaineers went on to defeat Rutgers in their Big East finale en route to a win over Georgia Tech in the Gator Bowl.

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02-23-2007 11:55 AM
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