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Feb. 2, 2008
EL PASO, Texas - The Second Annual All-American Challenge: Western Refining Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game will kick off on Saturday at 2 p.m. (Pacific) in the Sun Bowl, and fans will have several ways of following the action. The game will be televised to a national audience via CSTV (Time Warner cable channel 24 in the El Paso area; DirecTV channel 610; Dish Network channel 152), and that television feed also will be available as a live online video pay-per-view at a cost of $7.95. Additionally, fans can follow live in-game statistics and play-by-play online through GameTracker.
Annual subscribers to CSTV XXL - which gives fans access to content from many schools across several sports - will receive the online video stream for free as part of their subscription.
The Western Refining Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game pits top collegiate players originally from Texas or who play college football in Texas against top players from around the nation. To see the rosters for the 2008 game, click here. In the inaugural game in 2007, The Nation team pulled out a 24-20 victory over Texas.
About CSTV Networks
CSTV, the experts in college sports, is seen in more than 20 million homes via cable and satellite. CSTV is widely available on cable systems across the country, including Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Cablevision, Charter, Insight, Bright House Networks, Mediacom, Insight, RCN, Advanced Cable and Bresnan. It is also available as part of DIRECTV's Total Choice Premier Package (channel 610) and DISH Network's America's Top 120 Package (channel 152). For information on getting CSTV, click here.