Cougars set for three games at Minute Maid Park
Feb. 28, 2013
HOUSTON -- Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSN) officially announced that the network will air two of the University of Houston Baseball games during the upcoming Astros Foundation College Classic at Minute Maid Park.
CSN's television coverage will include a live broadcast of Sunday's 11 a.m. game against Cal-Berkley, and also a tape delayed version of the Cougars' Saturday game against Baylor, to be aired Tuesday March, 5 at Noon.
The six-team tournament, formerly known as the Houston College Classic, enters its 13th year at Minute Maid Park and will feature hometown schools the University of Houston and Rice University. This year's field also includes Baylor, California-Berkeley, North Carolina and Texas A&M.
The Astros Foundation College Classic on CSN Houston
Date Opponent Outlet Time (CT)
Saturday, March 2 UNC/Rice CSN 4 p.m. - Delay
Sunday, March 3 Cal-Berkeley/UH CSN 11 a.m. - Live
Monday, March 4 Rice/Texas A&M CSN Noon - Delay
Tuesday, March 5 UH/Baylor CSN Noon - Delay
Wednesday, March 6 Baylor/Rice CSN Noon - Delay
Comcast SportsNet Houston is available in both standard and high definition to all local cable, satellite and telco TV providers and today is carried by:
* Coastal Link (channels 31/131 in Brazoria County, Texas).
* Comcast Cable (channels 39/639 in the Houston area; 86/1688 in Houma, La Place, Monroe and Shreveport, Lou.; 269/1687 in Little Rock, Ark.).
* Consolidated Communications (channels 42/723 in the Houston area).
* EnTouch (channels 73/473 in the Houston area).
* Phonoscope (channels 35/293 in the Houston area).
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Comcast SportsNet Houston is a partnership between the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and the NBC Sports Group, and is the new television home of the Astros, Dynamo, and Rockets. The network, which launched on October 1, 2012, is available in both standard and high definition to all local cable, satellite and telco TV providers in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.