June 7, 2011
The University of Houston football team will have all 12 games of the 2011 schedule broadcast either on television or online as announced today by Conference USA. UH will have four nationally televised games on Fox Sports Net, four national games on CBS Sports Network and two on Comcast.
In addition to the four game times announced earlier this spring, UH has learned its Thursday night contest with cross-town rival Rice will begin at 7 p.m. at Robertson Stadium on Oct. 27.
Houston's season finale at Tulsa has been moved to a Friday morning game on Nov. 25 at 11 a.m., to be aired on FSN.
UH's two non-conference road games against North Texas and Louisiana Tech have been set for 6 p.m. and will be streamed live on ESPN3.
Game times are still to be determined for games against UCLA, Georgia State, Marshall and SMU.
PURCHASE SEASON TICKETS: Season ticket sales for 2011 are underway with tickets options start as low as $130 and include the Family Fun Plan, which includes two adult and two youth South End Zone General Admission Season tickets for only $275. Ticket prices can be found at, http://www.uhcougars.com/tickets/hou-tickets-m-footbl.html.
Conference USA Football on FOX Sports Networks
The 2011 football season marks the beginning of a new long-term agreement between Conference USA and Fox Sports Media Group for national television rights to a variety of marquee Conference USA events, including a minimum of 20 regular-season football games. Through two dozen owned and affiliated networks, FOX Sports Networks (FSN) programming reaches more than 85 million homes across the country. Conference USA joins Fox's impressive roster of other conference partners that includes the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, ACC, and SEC.
Conference USA Football on CBS Sports Network
CBS Sports Network is the original 24-hour sports channel dedicated to covering college sports. Available to 95 million homes nationwide, CBS Sports Network provides comprehensive college sports coverage, including 25 men's and women's sports, hundreds of live games annually, as well as in-depth studio and original programming. Conference USA enters its seventh year on CBS Sports Network, which will feature a minimum of 20 C-USA football games in 2011. For more information, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.