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Saturday's ASU-ECU FSN Telecast to Reach Much of USA PDF Print
Written by Mike Flynn   
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 17:22

Saturday’s telecast of Appalachian State University football’s 2012 season opener at East Carolina can be seen across much of the nation, as 15 of Fox Sports 20 regional networks will carry the broadcast live. Locally, the telecast can

be seen on SportSouth and FS South. Other Fox Sports regional networks slated to carry the broadcast are: Sun Sports, FS Ohio, FS Cincinnati, FS Detroit, FS Indiana, FS Wisconsin, FS Midwest, FS Kansas City, FS North, FS Houston, FS Southwest, FS Arizona and FS West. Check local listings or visit foxsports.com/fsn for availability on specific cable and satellite providers.
Ron Thulin (play-by-play), Shaun King (analyst) and Desmond Purnell (sideline reporter) will call the action for the telecast. Airtime is noon with kickoff set for 12:05 p.m.

 


McCRAY ON FIRST-EVER SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST

 


Appalachian State senior cornerback Demetrius McCray (Covington, Ga./Newton) is included on the first-ever official watch list for the Senior Bowl. The official Senior Bowl watch list identifies 309 players under consideration to be one of the 100 invitees to the 2013 Senior Bowl, which is widely regarded as college football’s preeminent all-star game and NFL Draft showcase. Of the 309 players on the watch list, McCray is one of just 29 from non-FBS programs.
Only two Mountaineers have played in the 63-year history of the Senior Bowl — wide receivers Dexter Jackson (2008) and Brian Quick (2012). Both went on to be second-round NFL Draft picks. McCray led the SoCon and tied for eighth nationally with five interceptions in his first season as a full-time starter in 2011, en route to fourth-team all-America accolades from Phil Steele Publications. The 6-0, 185-pounder also tied for 12th nationally with 14 passes defended as a junior and ranked fifth on the Mountaineers with 48 tackles from his right cornerback position.
The 2013 Senior Bowl is set for January 26, 2013 in Mobile, Ala. Invitations to participate will be extended to college seniors throughout the fall.

 


Photo Courtesy: Demetrius McCray, ASU Athletics

  
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