Seven William and Mary football games to be televised in 2014

wm-logoWilliam and Mary football fans unable to make it to games this season will have multiple opportunities to follow the team on television, as seven of the Tribe’s contests will be broadcast live.

Highlighting the Tribe’s slate of broadcast games are three nationally televised contests. NBC Sports Network will televise the matchups at new hampshire (Oct. 11) and vs. Richmond (Nov. 22), while the season opener at Virginia Tech will be available on ESPNEWS.

W&M’s regionally televised games on Comcast SportsNet include home contests against Delaware (Oct. 25) and Elon (Nov. 8) and a road matchup at Towson (Nov. 15). Additionally, the Tribe’s game at James Madison (Nov. 1) will be broadcast regionally by American Sports Network.

W&M’s non-televised home games will also be streamed online in high definition at Audio broadcasts of all W&M’s games will also be available on 92.3 FM The Tide and 107.9 Bach FM, as well as online at


2014 W&M Football Televised Games

Aug. 30 – at Virginia Tech (ESPNEWS)

Oct. 11 – at new hampshire (NBCSN)

Oct. 25 – Delaware (CSN)

Nov. 1 – at James Madison (ASN)

Nov. 8 – Elon (CSN)

Nov. 15 – at Towson (CSN)

Nov. 22 – Richmond (NBCSN)

NBCSNNBC Sports Network
CSN – Comcast SportsNet
ASNAmerican Sports Network

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