FOXSports.com and the University of Kansas have teamed up to make three early season home games not scheduled to be televised available by webcast. In addition to Saturday’s season opener, home games against UNLV on Sept. 6 (6:00 PM CT) and Jacksonville State on Sept. 20 (6:00 PM CT) are not being televised, but are viewable exclusively at FOXSports.com. This is the second consecutive year FOXSports.com has partnered with Big 12 schools to webcast football games.
“College football followers are among the world’s most passionate sports fans, and we’re very excited to offer Kansas fans exclusive access to these non-televised games as an added bonus to Fox Sports Net’s extensive coverage of the Big 12,“ said Ross Levinsohn, SVP and General Manager of FOXSports.com. “Our hope is that alumni, students and KU fans who may not be able to get to these games, or who live too far to travel, will take advantage of the webcasts at FOXSports.com.”
This exclusive programming is available to consumers through RealOne’s SuperPass. SuperPass is the fastest growing Internet paid rich media subscription service in history, and the single source for consumers to discover, play and manage their sports programming, as well as their entertainment and news programming. Consumers can subscribe to RealOne SuperPass for $9.95 a month, and in addition to KU games on FOXSports.com, subscribers have access to some of the web’s best programming including content from NASCAR.com, MLB.com, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, E! Networks and ABCNEWS.com. The games can be found at www.foxsports.com, keyword “webcast.”
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