Oct. 8, 2004
There are many convenient ways to follow the Husky football team if you can't make it out to the game.
Husky football can be heard around the world on XM satellite radio. America's leading provider of satellite radio with over 2.1 million subscribers, XM radio brings collegiate football and men's and women's basketball games to listeners across the country. All Husky football games are broadcast live this season on XM channel 184. The pre-game coverage begins an hour before each game.
Live radio broadcasts of Husky football are carried on numerous stations across the Northwest. The Husky Sports Network, with its flagship station KJR 950-AM, carries the live broadcast of every football game to five different states on 25 different radio stations. Check the Washington Television and Radio Information link on the front page of gohuskies.com for your local station. The longtime broadcast team of Bob Rondeau, Chuck Nelson, and Elise Woodward provide the call beginning at 8 a.m. for a 12:30 p.m. kickoff and continues with postgame commentary until 7 p.m.
All Husky football games are televised by Fox Sports Net Northwest. Three Husky football games have been televised on national networks so far this season, with the storied Apple Cup left to be seen on ABC on November 20 at 5:00 p.m. The remaining six games can be seen on a replay that airs the following Sunday at 3:00 p.m. on Fox Sports Net Northwest, featuring Jim Watson and Sonny Sixkiller calling the action.
The Internet is also a great place to follow Husky football action. Check out the Gameday Central link on the front page of gohuskies.com for live stats, audio and video highlights, game notes, and stadium information. You can also access game-by-game recaps for all Husky football games.