MSN Game To Debut This Fall

As reported previously by, the Mountaineer Sports Network is unveiling a new show this fall to take the place of delayed football game broadcasts.

The Mountaineer Sports Network will introduce a new television show for the 2002 West Virginia football season titled "MSN Game: West Virginia vs. (opponent).

The hour driven highlight show will feature play-by-play from MSN radio announcers Tony Caridi, Dwight Wallace and Woody O'Hara and will air every Tuesday at 1 p.m. on Fox Sports Net Pittsburgh. All 12 games in the 2002 season will be aired on MSN Game, and the show will be hosted by O'Hara.

More than 2.1 million households in four states, as well as worldwide national satellite providers, receive Fox Sports Net Pittsburgh. The show will enable West Virginia football fans to capture highlights of all 12 Mountaineer games with a MSN home team flavor.

The first show airs on Tuesday, Sept. 3, and will be titled "MSN Game: West Virginia vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga."

Previous report on the new show

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