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Gorillas, Tigers Match-up to be Televised on MIAA TV Network

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The Pittsburg State University football team's Saturday (Sept. 27) match-up with Fort Hays State University will be televised on the MIAA TV Network.


Locally, fans unable to see the game at Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Stadium can see all the action on The Cox Channel KS – channels 22, 122, 2022 (HD) and 2122. Additionally, the game will be available on a host of outlets (see list below) across the MIAA geographical footprint.

The game will kick off at 2:07 p.m. (CDT). Mark Ewing (play-by-play) and Rich Baldinger (color analyst) will call the action.

The Gorillas enter Saturday's game 3-0 overall and ranked No. 8 in the most recent AFCA/NCAA Division II Top 25 poll. Pitt State is one of just three unbeaten MIAA schools after three weeks of play, joining No. 1 ranked Northwest Missouri State University and the University of Central Oklahoma atop the conference standings. The Tigers bring a 2-1 record into the contest.

Pitt State enters the game leading NCAA Division II in scoring defense, allowing just 2.3 points per game. The Gorillas have allowed just seven points on the season with two shutouts to their credit. Pitt State blanked Washburn University, 42-0, last Saturday (Sept. 20) at Topeka. FHSU, which will face the Gorillas for the first time since the 2011 season, posted a 20-7 home win over Lindenwood University its last time out.

In addition to the television broadcast, Saturday's game is available over the internet via live stats or live audio (free) as well as through a web stream (cost associated). See the appropriate links on the right hand tab on this page.

MIAA TV Network – Available Channels

KSMO-TV (Kansas City)----broadcast over the air on Channel 62.  Check you local cable/satellite programming guide for your specific channel number.
The Cox Channel KS----Channels 22, 122, 2022 (HD) and 2122
News-Press NOW Channel (St. Joseph, MO)----broadcast over the air on 26.2 and channel 3 and 603 (HD) on Suddenlink cable. In addition, broadcasts on Sept. 4, Oct. 25, Nov. 8 and Nov. 15 will be simulcast on Fox 26 KNPN which is broadcast over the air on 26.1 and on channel 4 and 604 (HD) on Suddenlink cable and on channel 4 and 204 (HD) on Rainbow cable in Hiawatha.  It is also available on Dish (Ch. 4) and Direct TV (Ch. 26)
KGCS-TV (Joplin)----broadcast over the air on channel 22.  Check your local cable provider for your specific channel number.
Eagle Communication (KS)----Channel 204 and on 601 (HD) in some communities
Cox Oklahoma----Game will be televised live in Tulsa and Oklahoma City on Channel 703
Cox Northwest Arkansas----Game will be available on tape delay, starting at 7 p.m. on Channel 77 (SD)
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