ESPN Plus will televise the contest, with Fox Sports Network Pittsburgh distributing the telecast to 2.6 million subscribers in Pennsylvania. Other affiliates that may pick up the telecast are to be announced.
Central Michigan will appear on the ESPN family of networks three times in 2005. The season opener with Indiana will be aired live on ESPNU, while the Oct. 8 game at Army will be televised on either ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or ESPN Classic.
The Chippewas, under second-year head coach Brian Kelly, return 35 lettermen, including 16 starters, from 2004.
Kick-off for CMU at Penn State Moved to 3:30 p.m.
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