Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Wednesday's WAC basketball merry-go-round

Tony Jones offers a four-minute video interview with Brockeith Pane.

Kraig Williams has posted a lengthy feature on Brady Jardine, including a lot of interesting background information.


Dayton Morinaga gets into the hiring of Kerry Rupp.

Brian McInnis offers what roles Hawaii's prominent redshirts will play this season.


Jason Groves offers a two-fer today: background on the plethora of New Mexico State bigs plus a look at the upcoming Aggie exhibition game.


From WAC headquarters comes this announcement about TV games this season:

The WAC Sports Network (WSN) today announced its men’s basketball broadcast schedule and talent line up for the upcoming 2011-12 season.
WSN – a product of the Western Athletic Conference and its multimedia rights partner, Learfield Sports – will broadcast nine evening games from Jan. 5 through Feb. 25, 2012. In its second year, the WAC Sports Network allows for WAC football and basketball games to be produced and distributed to media outlets in the respective schools' markets.

The broadcast team for the 2012 men’s basketball games comprises Rich Cellini and Guy Haberman (play-by-play) and Dave Bollwinkel and Bob Donewald (color). All four members are returning from WSN’s debut season last year. The entire schedule and respective talent lineup is as follows:
Jan. 5  Fresno State at Utah State (7 p.m. MT)   
Jan. 7   Fresno State at Idaho (3 p.m. PT)   
Jan. 7   Nevada at Utah State (7 p.m. MT)   
Jan. 21 Fresno State at Nevada (7 p.m. PT)   
Jan. 26 Fresno State at Louisiana Tech (6 p.m. CT)   
Jan. 26 Neavda at New Mexico State (7 p.m. MT)   
Jan. 28 Fresno State at New Mexico State (7:30 p.m. MT)   
Feb. 9   Fresno State at San Jose State (7 p.m. PT)   
Feb. 25 Nevada at Fresno State (7 p.m. PT)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why don't they just call it the Fresno State/Nevada network? Jeeze!