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Weekend Games of Interest on TV
Since we (softball) are in the post season, everything is announced on short notice. But we know where the softball gals play and when - Friday at 5:30 in Norman OK versus Ole Miss. Evidently the game is on ESPN3 which isn't on the main feeds from cable or dish. But ESPN has what they call "whip around" coverage meaning they will give visual updates and breakins where warranted.

We do have several games of interest we know of at this point on the tube:

Friday -

FAU v UCF - 11am------------------ESPNU

WSU v OU - 8pm------------------ESPNU (replay at 7am Sunday)

**Also CBSSN will televise the Tulane @ Houston baseball game at 7pm Friday. This is a very important game for the conference standings in baseball.

Most of the early scheduling has a lot of "TBA" games which means they will pick and choose which games to televise as the tournament progresses. Stay tuned.
(This post was last modified: 05-19-2016 08:36 AM by rabidTU2.)
05-18-2016 09:15 AM
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