ATHENS, Ga. --- The University of Georgia baseball team will have 16 regular season games televised during the 2010 season.
Georgia has eight of its games set to be televised according to the Southeastern Conference’s new television package, seven per the Bulldogs multimedia package with ISP and licensed to CSS and one during the series at Florida State.
The 2010 SEC Baseball television schedule also includes all games from the 2010 SEC Tournament, with the championship game airing nationally on ESPN2. The SEC television package is derived from broadcasts on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox Sport South and CSS. In addition, ESPN360.com will also stream all broadcasts live online (except for games that appear on ESPNU).
Georgia has combined to make 55 television appearances since 2008 including 24 last season. The 2010 Bulldogs have a preaseason ranking of No. 22 by Baseball America, No. 23 by Rivals.com, No. 26 by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and No. 31 by Collegiate Baseball.
Georgia, ranked as high as No. 22 this year, opens the 2010 baseball season Friday in Waco, Texas where it will play Baylor twice and Duke twice. The first three games will be carried on WRFC 960 AM and the final game Sunday will air on WGAU 1340 AM. Here’s a link to the tournament website:
Also, Georgia plans on live streaming video on georgiadogs.com through the subscription-based GXtra for at least six home games including the home opener: Feb. 24 (Presbyterian), along with March 9 (Kennesaw State), March 12 (Siena), March 20 (Auburn), March 24 (Furman) and May 7 (Tennessee).
For the past two years, Georgia has set school records for total home attendance. A total of 93,360 fans watched the Bulldogs at Foley Field last season. Single-game tickets for all University of Georgia home baseball games are currently on sale. Reserved seat tickets to see the Bulldogs play at home this season are $8 each and General Admission tickets are $5 each. The home opener is Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 5 p.m.
2010 Georgia Baseball TV Appearances
Sunday March 7 @ Florida State (SUN Sports) 1:00 pm ET
Tuesday March 16 @ Georgia Tech (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Friday March 19 Auburn (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Friday April 2 @ LSU (ESPNU) 8:30 pm ET
Saturday April 3 @ LSU (FOX Sports South) 5:00 pm ET
Sunday April 4 @ LSU (CSS) 1:00 pm ET
Tuesday April 6 Clemson (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Friday April 9 Ole Miss (ESPNU) 8:00 pm ET
Wednesday April 14 Georgia Tech (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Friday April 16 @ Arkansas (ESPN2) 8:00 pm ET
Saturday May 1 @ Vanderbilt (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Saturday May 8 Tennessee (CSS) 1:00 pm ET
Sunday May 9 Tennessee (CSS) 2:00 pm ET
Tuesday May 11 Georgia State (CSS) 7:00 pm ET
Friday May 14 @ Florida (ESPNU) 8:00 pm ET
Saturday May 15 @ Florida (CSS) 1:00 pm ET
by UGA Sports Communications