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Watch the Gorillas make history

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PITTSBURG, KS - No matter where you are in the world, you can watch the Gorillas make history on Saturday, Jan. 5 as the men's and women's basketball teams host their first ever nationally-televised games! The Gorillas will take on MIAA rival Northwest Missouri State University, with the women's game starting at 11:30 a.m. The men's game will follow at 1:30 p.m. The contests will be broadcast on CBS College Sports as the NCAA Division II national games of the week! 

Joplin, Mo. 

Cable ONE - Channel 332 
DIRECTV  - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 
Suddenlink Communications - Channel 123 

Tulsa, Okla. 

AT&T U-verse TV - Channel 643 and 1643 (HD) 
DIRECTV - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 

Fayettville, Ark. 


AT&T U-verse TV - Channel 643 and 1643 (HD) 
Cox Communications - Channel 133 and 2133 (HD) 
DIRECTV - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 

Wichita, Kan. 

AT&T U-verse TV - Channel 643 and 1643 (HD) 
Cox Communications - Channel 260 and 2260 (HD) 
DIRECTV - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 

Kansas City, Kan. 

AT&T U-verse TV - Channel 643 and 1643 (HD) 
DIRECTV - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 
Time Warner Cable - Channel 322 and 1322 (HD) 

Kansas City, Mo.
 

AT&T U-verse TV - Channel 643 and 1643 (HD) 
DIRECTV - Channel 613 (HD) 
DISH Network - Channel 158 (HD) 
Time Warner Cable - Channel 322 and 1322 (HD) 

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