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2. TELEVISION: Game of the Week to return in 2007
February 1st, 2007 6:08AM
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The NSCAA's College Game of the Week will return to Fox Soccer Channel in 2007.

The men's game of the week will be on eight successive Friday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET, beginning Sept. 14, while the women's game of the week will be aired on Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m. ET for eight weeks beginning Sept. 6. In addition, four additional men's games will be aired on Wednesdays.

The host institutions for the televised games must commit upwards of $10,000 toward the cost of production, meet requirements for production capabilities and camera positions at the school's stadium and provide game-day staffing.

The NSCAA and FSC are currently working on putting together a schedule of games for the 2007 season. Schools interested in hosting a televised game should contact Pat Britz at the NSCAA office.


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