Nov. 22, 2006
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Saturday's Furman-Montana State NCAA Division I championship football first round playoff game will not be televised but will be videostreamed free over the internet through BigSkyTV.org, it has been announced.
To access the broadcast, fans should log on to www.bigskytv.org and click on the applicable link. Basic computer system requirements to view the broadcast include a high speed internet connection, a processor speed of 500 Mhz (or AMD equivalent) and at least 128 MB RAM, a Windows OS of 2000 or newer, and a screen resolution set to 1024x768 with 32 bit color. Internet Explorer is required, as is the latest Windows Media software (Media 10), both of which can be downloaded free through www.bigskytv.org.
The contest will also be broadcast over the Furman radio network and through the internet at www. yahoosports.com. Furman's flagship station is WGOG-FM 96.3 (Walhalla/Greenville), and affiliates include WOLT-FM 103.3 (Greenville), WPJM-AM 800 (Greer), and WFIS-AM 1600 (Fountain Inn).
Pre-game air time for Furman's radio broadcast is set for 12:30 ET Kickoff is 1:30 ET (11:30 MT).