2012 OVC Football TV Schedule for FOX College Sports
Sept. 29 Eastern Kentucky at UT Martin 11:00 am CT
Oct. 20 Tennessee State at Jacksonville State 11:00 am CT
Oct. 27 Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky 11:00 am CT
Nov. 3 Tennessee State at Murray State 11:00 am CT
Nov. 10 Southeast Missouri at Eastern Illinois 11:00 am CT
Nov. 17 Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay 11:00 am CT
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The Ohio Valley Conference today announced a six-game football television package that will air on FOX College Sports (FCS) this fall.
The six-game schedule will feature each of the nine OVC football-playing institutions at least once during the season and will start with a Sept. 29 contest between Eastern Kentucky and UT Martin.
Other games in the package include Tennessee State at Jacksonville State (Oct. 20), Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 27), Tennessee State at Murray State (Nov. 3), Southeast Missouri at Eastern Illinois (Nov. 10) and Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay (Nov. 17).
“We are delighted about our FOX College Sports partnership because it allows us to demonstrate our commitment to being a strong football conference and showcase our brand to a national audience,” said OVC Commissioner Beth DeBauche.
Kevin Ingram, host of “The Wake Up Zone” on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville, will handle play-by-play duties while and Bob Belvin, host of “The Team” on Sports Radio 540 The Fan in Clarksville, will provide analysis.
“FOX College Sports is excited to give every football-playing school in the Ohio Valley Conference national exposure during this six-game schedule,” said Gary Ehrlich, Executive Vice President, FOX Sports Networks. “The slate is full of interesting match-ups and we look forward to some thrilling OVC games this fall on FCS.”
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