Football: Local TV for Cincinnati Game


By John Antonik for WVUsports.com
November 11, 2011 08:17 PM
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Saturday’s noon West Virginia University football game at Cincinnati airing on ABC will not be seen in the Morgantown area on WTAE (channel 4) because of the Pitt-Louisville game being carried on the Big East Network.

However, Mountaineer fans can watch the game on WTAE’s digital channel WTAE-DT (over the air non-cable 4.2). Comcast customers can find the game on channel 188 and 204, Armstrong customers on channel 450, Atlantic Broadband customers on channel 110 and Verizon FIOS users on channel 461.

Fans can also access the game on Game Plan and ESPN3.

The game will not be available on Dish or DirecTV.

The Clarksburg and Wheeling markets will have access of the broadcast via their local ABC cable channels (WBOY-ABC and WTRF-ABC).

The West Virginia-Cincinnati game is a split ABC broadcast (Mark Neely and Ray Bentley) with 13 percent of the country getting that game. The rest of the nation will see the Oklahoma-Texas Tech contest.



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