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Wait for an announcement from OWL TV.† They might have something in the works for home games not on ESPN.
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Tekeyman said

Wait for an announcement from OWL TV.† They might have something in the works for home games not on ESPN.

OWL TV broadcasts would be on the internet only correct?
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When can we find out if some FAU games will be on ESPN Gameplan?
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mh2os said

When can we find out if some FAU games will be on ESPN Gameplan?
When EPSN publishes the schedule. When that will be….??? Probably closer to the season - maybe beginnig of August.

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We can have games added after the third week into the season; when things usually change in the TV landscape based on who is actually winning, etc.

Here is the position that ESPN holds coverage wise and how it can and will, IMO, likely affect us…all we need is to get off to a good start and the rest will take care of itself:

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∑ The Sun Belt Conference receives guaranteed national exposure on ESPN or ESPN2 with a minimum of 2 Sun Belt controlled games a year.

∑ Upon request the Sun Belt Conference will make available two midweek games to ESPN/ESPN2.

Through a 12 day rolling window (i.e., by the second Monday preceding each Saturday telecast date) ESPN may select additional games to air after the first three weeks of the season for inclusion on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU. Previously this option did not exist.

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Tekeyman said

Wait for an announcement from OWL TV.† They might have something in the works for home games not on ESPN.

OWL TV broadcasts would be on the internet only correct?

Internet and campus tv.† They need an FCC license, and don't have the funds for it.† But, they could produce a game, and sell it to CSS, or ESPN PLUS.† Both networks have almost no downside since they wouldn't have to pay production costs.† But if the game is sold then it couldn't be on the internet for free.
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