Fox Sports Net picks up Texas A&M game

Missouri's best season in five years has produced some great results, including the latest news that Missouri will have a seventh televised game this season, tying a Tiger record. Fox Sports Net will televise the Nov. 15 game against Texas A&M.

Missouri has announced it will play a sixth televised game this season, but it won't be Saturday's game against Colorado.

The Big 12 Conference announced Monday that Missouri's game against Texas A&M on Nov. 15 will be televised regionally on Fox Sports Net. The game is at 11:30 a.m.

Saturday's game, though, has not been picked up. There was a possibility of a pay-per-view broadcast, but Missouri spokesman Chad Moller said it won't happen.

Missouri is 3-2 on television this season, with losses to Oklahoma and Kansas and wins against Illinois, Nebraska and Texas Tech. The Tigers will also play on ABC on Nov. 29 against Iowa State.

The seven games on television will tie a record for the Tigers, which they set in 1984. The Big 12 has not announced whether Missouri's game at Kansas State on Nov. 22 will be on television.


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