Posts tagged: TV
Much of this has already been published, but the WCC released its complete television schedule today. More here.
Gonzaga and IMG College, the school’s multi-media rights holder, have announced expanded offerings on TV, including the Mark Few Show, and radio, including the Mark Few Show.
Gonzaga will be well represented on ESPN’s family of networks via the WCC schedule as well as several other non-conference showdowns. More here.
Spokane announced its TV/radio lineup for the 2009 season. The Shock will be on KHQ’s SWX and on FM-105.7 (The Peak). More here.
I figured I was in trouble when I tried to drive, what, five miles to my office in Coeur d’Alene earlier this afternoon. I got stuck at the base of the hill (less than a quarter-mile from my house) and again 50 yards from the front door to the office. The return trip was worse. At one light, I counted 11 Trucks/SUV and my Camry. I’ve never had much trouble getting up the hill, but I crawled up it this time with a great deal of uncertainty that I would actually make it.
So, I’ll be watching GU-Texas Southern on TV tonight with John Blanchette kindly pinch-hitting — he’s got a four-wheel rig from the company garage — at the MAC. And then tomorrow morning, I’ll try to return the favor, weather permitting, as we hopefully catch a morning flight to Seattle for the UConn game. We’ll see.
Anyway, I’ll post a halftime update. And we’ll try to get John’s game story posted as well later tonight.
Meanwhile, 50 players are on the early Naismith Trophy watch list. Gonzaga is represented by Jeremy Pargo and Josh Heytvelt. UConn has three on the list. More here.