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Saturday's game will be the 300th consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium.
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          Release: 09/25/2009
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Nebraska Football Pay-Per-View Information

(Information as of Sept. 25) - Nebraska's football game against Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday, Sept. 26, will be telecast via pay-per-view on participating cable, satellite and fiber-optic providers. Kickoff for the contest on Homecoming in Lincoln is set for 6 p.m. (central).

The game will also be the NCAA-record 300th consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium, and Nebraska will be wearing 1962 throwback jerseys to honor the team that started the Huskers' sellout streak. The Ragin' Cajuns come to Lincoln with a 2-1 record after a loss on Saturday to LSU in Baton Rouge, while the Huskers are also 2-1 following a 16-15 loss to 13th-ranked Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Louisiana-Lafayette already owns a win over a Big 12 foe this season after beating Kansas State in its second game of the year.

Information about how to purchase the telecast, including a current list of participating cable systems and satellite providers, is attached.  Cable and satellite providers will be added throughout the week, and updates will be posted on Huskers.com and FoxSports.com, search: Nebraska pay-per-view as they become available.

 

Suggested retail price for residential purchase is $29.95.  Participating cable and satellite providers will offer the telecast to their customers on a specially designated pay-per-view channel.  The telecast will not preempt FSN’s regularly scheduled programming.

 

The game is being televised on pay-per-view because it was not selected for over-the-air broadcast or cable television coverage.  Nebraska’s season-opener against Florida Atlantic (Sept. 5) and second game against Arkansas State (Sept. 12) were both pay-per-view telecasts.  Nebraska and FOX Sports Net are working together to make these games available to fans on television on a pay-per-view basis. FSN’s pay-per-view division will produce and distribute the telecasts.

 

For the Louisiana-Lafayette game play-by-play announcer Brent Stover will call the action alongside analyst Matt Davison, with Kent Pavelka as sideline reporter.

 

NEBRASKA

Arapahoe Cable TV

Call (308) 962-7298; channel 10

Arapahoe

Cable Nebraska

Call (877) 234-0102; channel 10 or 18

Central City, Humphrey, Schuyler, additional areas

CableOne

Order on screen or call (712) 233-2000; Channel 299

Norfolk

Cable TV of Stanton

Call (402) 439-5000; channel 99

Stanton

Charter

Order on screen (in Kearney)

or call (888) Get-Charter; channel 701

Kearney, Beatrice, Springfield, additional areas.

Comstar

Call (402) 520-1987; channel 97

Beatrice, Pickrell

Consolidated Cable

Call (800) 742-7464; channel 21

Curtis

Cox

Order on screen or call (402) 933-3000; channel 610

Omaha, additional areas

Diode Telecom

Channel 13 Hebron

Galaxy

Call (800) 365-6988; channel 19 in Wilber; channel 710 on digital in Wilber; channel 18 in Gretna

Gretna, Wilber, additional areas

Glenwood Telecomm

Call (402) 756-3130; channel 6

Blue Hill, Superior

Great Plains Cable TV

Call (888) 343-8014; channel 830

Bloomfield, Broken Bow, Chadron, Grant, McCook

Huntel Cablevision

Order on screen (in Blair only) or call (402) 426-6200 in Blair; call (888) 262-2661 in Wayne; channel 400 in Blair and Wayne; channel 97 in Bassett and Laurel

Blair, Wayne, Laurel, Bassett

Mid-State Community TV

Call (402) 694-4401; channel TBD

Nebraska

Nebraska Central Telecom

Call (888) 873-6282; channel 18

Burwell, Gibbon

Qwest

Call (402) 691-1999; channel 76

Omaha

Three River Digital Cable

Call (877) 344-2845; channel 15

Nebraska

Time Warner

Order on screen or call (402) 421-0300; channel 102

Lincoln

 

LOUISIANA

Cox

Channel 150

Lafayette and additional areas

Lafayette City/Utilities

Channel 407

Lafayette

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KANSAS, MISSOURI

Blue Valley

Channel 431

Kansas

Centurytel Channel TBD Columbia, Mo.

Comcast

Order on screen or call (816) 795-1100; channel 698

Independence, Mo., Olathe, Kan.

Cox

Order on screen or call (888) 438-6673; channel 770 in Kansas

Wichita, additional areas of Kansas and parts of Arkansas

Cunningham Comm.

Call (800) 287-8495; channel 312

Kansas

Eagle Communications
Call (877) 613-2453 or (785) 625-5910; channel 711

Hays, Kan.

NPG Cable

Call (816) 279-1234; channel 615

St. Joseph, Mo.

Nex-Tech

Call (785) 567-4281; channel 152

Kansas

Pioneer

Call (800) 308-7536; channel 340

Ulysses, Kan.

Sunflower

Order on screen or call (785) 841-2100; channel 377

Lawrence, Kan.

Surewest (Everest)

Order on screen or call (913) 825-3000; channel 808

Everest, Lenexa, Kan.

Time Warner

Order on screen or call (816) 358-8833; channel 397

Kansas City area

WTC Communications

Order on screen or call (785) 456-1000; channel 349

Wamego, Kan.

 

IOWA

Cable One

Order on screen or call (712) 233-2000; channel 299

Sioux City

Longlines/NW Iowa Tele.

Call (712) 271-4000; channel 370

Iowa

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLORADO

Comcast

Channel 801; channel 301 in Colorado Springs

Colorado

 

 

 

 

ARKANSAS

Cox

Channel 606

Arkansas

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL

AT&T U-Verse

Channel 105, available nationally. Order on screen by scrolling ahead in the on-screen guide to Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. (CT) and select the game to order.

DirecTV

Channel 787, order on screen or call 1-800-DirecTV, available nationally

Dish Network

464, order on screen, available nationally

 

 

 

To date, the following programming providers have agreed to offer the Nebraska-Louisiana-Lafayette pay-per-view telecast.  For availability in their specific areas, customers should contact their cable or satellite provider or check Huskers.com and FoxSports.com, search: Nebraska pay-per-view for updates.

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