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Ohio State-Michigan Can Be Seen on ESPN

November 15, 2005|Larry Stewart

ESPN announced Monday that it would regionally televise a Division I-A game for the first time, providing West Coast viewers with Ohio State at Michigan on Saturday at 10 a.m.

The game is being televised by ABC to 70% of the country, but the network can't show it on the West Coast because of government limitations on the number of times ABC's Saturday morning children's programming can be preempted.

ESPN's Saturday schedule still begins at 9 a.m. with Virginia-Virginia Tech, but that game will be preempted on the West Coast at 10 a.m. by Ohio State-Michigan. Because of the schedule change, West Coast viewers figure to miss the start of the 1 p.m. game between Michigan State and Penn State.

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