(SUNRISE, FL) – Fox Sports Net Florida today announced three University of South Florida games, produced by Fox Sports Net, will air live or on tape delay during the 2002 season (Complete schedule below).
After a successful 8 – 3 Division I debut last season, Coach Jim Leavitt and the University of South Florida return with an aggressive schedule in 2002. Fox Sports Net will televise three USF Bulls games, including tough conference match ups with Southern Mississippi (on FSN 10/14 at 7:00pm), East Carolina (Live 10/19 at 2:00pm) and Houston (Live 11/23 at 3:00pm). Al Keck and Doug Graber team up to call the action this year, providing play-by-play and analysis, respectively.
Also returning to Fox Sports Net&s impressive college football lineup is THE JIM LEAVITT SHOW, a weekly insider&s look at the team each Saturday at 11:00am. The 30-minute program premieres August 31 and airs through November 23.
Please see Fox Sports Net&s complete 2002 University of South Florida football telecast schedule below.
|| (Delayed from 10/12)
||@ East Carolina
All times are Eastern and all telecasts are subject to change.
Fox Sports Net Florida reaches more than 3.9 million households in Florida. Fox Sports Net Florida is managed by Rainbow Sports Networks, a division of Cablevision&s Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. Fox Sports Net Florida&s programming includes Major League Baseball&s Florida Marlins and Tampa Bay Devil Rays; the National Hockey League&s Florida Panthers; the University of Miami, and the University of South Florida, along with select NASCAR and PGA Tour coverage.
Fox Sports Net reaches more than 79 million households nationwide and is a service of National Sports Partners, equally owned by Cablevision&s Rainbow Media Holdings, Inc. and Fox Entertainment Group. Rainbow Sports Networks incorporates Rainbow&s 50% ownership of Fox Sports Net and Fox Sports National Advertising and the ownership and management of Fox Sports Net regional networks in five of the nation&s largest markets: Chicago, Florida, Ohio, New England and San Francisco.