Thursday, September 14, 2006

Watch GT / Troy on TV !!!!!!!!!

.................... if you live in Montgomery that is..........

TROY, Ala. – The Troy Trojans football team will make its return to live television this Saturday when the Trojans face Georgia
Tech at 12:30 p.m.

The game, originally scheduled to be available only on Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) on a tape-delay basis, will be carried live by WRJM-TV, MY 67, in Montgomery. The broadcast will re-air on CSS on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m. and again at 9 p.m.

The Trojans (1-1) and Yellow Jackets (1-1) will meet for the first time on the gridiron at Tech’s historic Bobby Dodd
Stadium/Grant Field.

Play-by-play for the game will be provided by George Plaster, with color commentary by former Tech quarterback, and 1999 Heisman Trophy finalist, Joe Hamilton.

In addition to the over-the-air availability of the game in the Montgomery area, including Elmore and Autauga counties, the game will be available on cable systems throughout southeast Alabama.

Cable systems that will have the game include:

Charter Cable in Montgomery, Prattville, Troy, Brundidge, Ozark, Alexander City, Kellyton, Goodwater, Camp Hill, New Site, Jackson Gap, Selma, Dallas County and Tuskeegee;

Knology Cable in Montgomery;

Bright House Cable in Coosada, Eclectic, Elmore Co., Gunter AFB, Millbrook, Tallassee, Wetumpka, Maxwell AFB, Ft. Deposit, Georgiana, Greenville, Butler County, Dothan, Daleville and Ft. Rucker;

Troy Cablevision in Troy, Goshen, Luverne, Brantley, Banks, Springhill and Brundidge;

Com-Link Inc., in Union Springs, Midway, Notasulga and Lake Martin;

Opp Cablevision in Coffee Co., parts of Covington Co., and Andalusia;

TV Cable of Andalusia in parts of Covington Co., and Andalusia;

Mallard Cablevision in Hayneville, McKenzie, Andalusia, parts of Covington Co., Red Level, Heath, Gantt, Antioch, River Falls, Dozier, Sanford, Babbie, Straughn, Burkeville, Selbrook, and west Montgomery County;

Adelphia Cable in Enterprise;

Auburn University Cable.

Here's the coverage map.