Thursday, September 28, 2006

Thursday Odd & Ends

The image to the left is by David Molan from the Springfield Republican. Nick Friedell of the Orlando sentinel has a nice article about Steve Baylark here.

Matt Dougherty has his weekly state-of-IAA "Extra Point" here .

One nice thing about a bye week is that we can sit back and watch A10 rivals beat up on each other.

The A10 has gameday details for the three A10 matchups here .
Of particular note is the game between future UMass opponents Hofstra and William & Mary (next home game Oct 7th). The Odds Guy Keeper has that game as about even .

That game is on A10 TV. In the words of the press release the game will be "aired live on Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia, Comcast SportsNet D.C., Fox SportsNet New York, and WSGR in Winston-Salem, NC. In addition, the contest will be aired on tape delay Saturday on Cox 3 in Rhode Island (3:30pm) and College Sports Television (5:00pm)"

CSTV is available on Dish Network channel 152 for anyone wanting to do some scouting.

UPDATE: Bruce Dowd has his weekly A10 newsletter A10 Den up .


Don '77 said...

I believe the UNH-Delaware game is on CN8, part of many Comcast packages, at 7PM. The pre-season A-10 television guide lists it as being televised.

UMass74 said...

Don 77 is correct.

That game is also available over the internet. I have been watching CN8 through its internet feed via DSL.

Works great! I was able to see the UMass-Villanova game with no problems