Tuesday, September 14, 2010

UMass-Michigan Media information

The UMass Media office has released the following:

TV, Radio Information For UMass At Michigan Football
Sept. 14, 2010

AMHERST, Mass. -- Looking for the UMass at Michigan football game on television? Or what radio dials you can listen to the game on this Saturday. The game is being televised live nationally on the Big Ten Network in HD. It will be carried on DirecTV, Dish Network and Comcast Cable. Also, the game will be carried statewide on the UMass Sports Network with a radio broadcasts. All your info can be found here.

For television coverage, simply enter your zip code to see where and how you can receive the Big Ten Network on the BigTenNetwork.com Gamefinder page.

On DirecTV, the game will air on Channel 612 and 612-1.
On Dish Network, the game will air on Channel 5441 and 9502.
On Comcast Cable in Massachusetts, the game will air on Channel 285.
Charter Cable does not carry the Big Ten Network.

The UMass Sports Network will carry the game statewide on radio with the following coverage areas:

Western Massachusetts: 100.9 FM WRNX
Central Massachusetts: 830 AM WCRN
Eastern Massachusetts: 1510 AM The Zone
South Shore of Massachusetts: 95.9 FM WATD

Football Watch Party At Arizona Pizza Company, Saturday

AMHERST, Mass. - The UMass Athletic Department will be holding a "Watch Party" for the UMass-Michigan football game on Saturday, Sept. 18 at Arizona Pizza Company at the Hampshire Mall in Hadley. Head basketball coach Derek Kellogg will be at the Watch Party to meet and mingle with the UMass fans. Come out at 12 noon to watch the Minutemen and Wolverines battle on Saturday.

The game will be airing on the Big Ten Network.

For more information, please call the marketing office at 413-545-1401.

Jason Yellin
Associate Athletic Director

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Not sure where this should go but I'll try here. Daughter went to Michigan during Brady era and we saw several games there. Love Ann Arbor. Couple of eating recommendations assuming the standards are the same: after game Grizzly Peaks Brewing Co at 120 West Washington St (great beer and place!), The Palio at 347 S. Main (runs along stadium). Ex italian food, stressed after game tho,a little pricy. The Red Hawk at 347 S. Main. (draft beer,good sandwiches). Amer's at 611 Church St (a mediterranean deli, different but good--lots to choose). A real resataurant: Weber's Inn--excellent, best fish in town and informal but not like a brew pub. We ate at a lot of places--these got high marks and college kids figure out where to go pretty quickly. Ann Arbor has over 200 places to eat! Also, I have 2 extra tickets and will be at the alumni event at the golf course wearing a UMass lacrosse hat (6ft, thin, in my 60's)--face value to anyone who wants them.