Remaining Game Times and Television Arrangements for Men's Basketball Announced
MILWAUKEE, October 19
The Marquette University men's basketball team will make 11 television appearances during the upcoming season according to the conference game times and television arrangements announced today.
The Golden Eagles will make three national television appearances – ESPN (Feb. 16 vs. Georgetown) and twice on ESPNU (Jan. 20 vs. Notre Dame and Feb. 25 at Notre Dame) – and eight times as part of the conference's regional and local packages.
Three of Marquette's Saturday contests – vs. Cincinnati on Jan. 7, at Pittsburgh on Jan. 28 and at Villanova on Feb. 4 – were designated by the conference as BIG EAST Game of the Week. Those games will reach over 30 percent of the nation and 33 million households, the largest distribution of any syndicated conference basketball package in the country.
Five additional games, including the team's inaugural BIG EAST Conference contest on January 3 against Connecticut, will be broadcast locally. Marquette's other local broadcasts are at Wisconsin (Dec. 10), at Seton Hall (Jan. 11), at West Virginia (Jan. 14) and vs. Pittsburgh (Feb. 18).
All regional and local broadcasts of Marquette games can be seen on channel 41 or 58 in Milwaukee.
Marquette basketball full season ticket packages and mini-plans are on-sale now. Full season ticket packages are available for as little as $162. For more information call (414) 288-GOMU or log on to www.gomarquette.com.
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