Five UTEP C-USA Basketball Games Picked Up For Television

Conference USA announced its initial TV schedule for men’s basketball on Tuesday, with five UTEP league games dotting the list.

beIN Sports has picked up three Miner games, including road matchups at WKU (Jan. 26, 6 p.m. MT) and North Texas (Feb. 16, 6 p.m. MT).  beIN will also carry UTEP’s home game against Old Dominion (March 2, 6 p.m. MT).

In addition, UTEP’s home games against UAB (Feb. 2, 8 p.m. MT) and Middle Tennessee (Feb. 4, 6 p.m. MT) will be televised by CBS Sports Network and ASN, respectively.

The C-USA Championship quarterfinals in Birmingham (March 9) will be shown on ASN.  The semifinals (March 10) and final (March 11) will have coverage on CBS Sports Network.

Games on Campus Insiders and ESPN3 will be announced at a later date. Additional coverage of C-USA basketball will also be available online through CUSA TV, available exclusively on the league’s official website

UTEP’s games in the Gildan Charleston Classic (Nov. 17-20) will be available on ESPN networks, including ESPN3 for the tournament opener against Wake Forest.


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In addition, ASN’s content is also syndicated to other broadcasters and regional sports networks. ASN, which launched in August 2014, produced 250 college events in nine sports in its first year and aired nearly 400 events in 2015-2016. ASN launched a 24/7 channel in nine markets in January 2016 and it has increased that total to 29 markets to date.

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