BRYAN, TX -- The 8th ranked Texas A&M football team met with the media Tuesday to talk about the Aggies 29-24 win over previously number one ranked Alabama as well as look ahead to Saturday's "Battle of Highway 30" against Sam Houston State.
The 2:30 p.m. kickoff from Kyle Field will be televised on a pay-per-view basis by FOX Sports Southwest for distribution in the state of Texas, as well as on ESPN GamePlan nationwide.
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The game will be available outside the state of Texas on ESPN GamePlan.
FOX Sports Southwest will produce and distribute the pay-per-view telecast to participating program providers in Texas.
Ralph Strangis (play-by-play), former Texas A&M wide receiver Shea Walker (analyst), and 12th Man Productions host Will Johnson (sideline reporter) will call the game from Kyle Field.
Listed below are Texas program providers that will offer the telecast on a designated pay-per-view channel. Cable TV subscribers must have digital cable to order the telecast. The pay-per-view telecast also will be available in Texas on DirecTV, Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse. Customers can purchase the game from their set-top boxes or by calling their program provider:
City Program Provider
Abilene-Sweetwater Suddenlink Communications
Amarillo Suddenlink Communications
Athens Suddenlink Communications
Austin Time Warner Cable
Beaumont Time Warner Cable
Boerne GVTC Communications
Brownsville Time Warner Cable
Bryan Suddenlink Communications
Clarksville Suddenlink Communications
Conroe Suddenlink Communications
Conroe Consolidated Communications
Corpus Christi Time Warner Cable
Dallas Charter Communications
Dallas Time Warner Cable
Denton Charter Communications
El Paso Time Warner Cable
Fort Worth Charter Communications
Gainesville-Whitesboro Suddenlink Communications
Georgetown-Pflugerville Suddenlink Communications
Gladewater Suddenlink Communications
Gonzales Time Warner Cable
Henderson Suddenlink Communications
Houston Comcast Cable
Huntsville Suddenlink Communications
Jacksonville Suddenlink Communications
Harlingen Time Warner Cable
Kerrville Time Warner Cable
Kingwood Suddenlink Communications
Laredo Time Warner Cable
Lubbock Suddenlink Communications
McAllen Time Warner Cable
Midland-Big Springs Suddenlink Communications
Mineola-Grand Saline Suddenlink Communications
Mineral Wells Suddenlink Communications
Mt. Pleasant-Mt. Vernon Suddenlink Communications
Paris Suddenlink Communications
Pilot Point-Gunter Suddenlink Communications
Plainview Suddenlink Communications
Port Arthur Time Warner Cable
San Antonio Time Warner Cable
San Angelo Suddenlink Communications
Sulphur Springs-Winnesboro Suddenlink Communications
Terrell Suddenlink Communications
Tyler Suddenlink Communications
Victoria Suddenlink Communications
Waco Time Warner Cable
Wichita Falls Time Warner Cable
Texas Dish Network
Texas AT&T U-Verse
The broadcast will include the halftime performance by the Aggie Band.
The Bearkats are ranked No. 3 in the FCS after winning a share of their second consecutive Southland Championship last week with a 52-10 win over Northwestern State.
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