Nov. 12, 2008
BERKELEY - Saturday's Cal-Oregon State football game kicks off from Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore., at 12:30 p.m. and will be televised throughout much of the country by ABC (locally on KGO TV 7). Check your local listings or view the coverage map for more information on your area.
In addition, the game will be shown via ESPN GamePlan and online at ESPN360.com. The online service is available for free to all university students around the country via computer on a U.S. campus, to military personnel via any computer on a military base computer network, and to fans at home who have a high-speed Internet connection from an affiliated service provider. Visit ESPN360.com for more information.
Over the radio, Cal fans can listen on the ISP Sports/Cal Football Radio Network, headed by flagship station KGO Radio in San Francisco (AM 810), with Joe Starkey, Troy Taylor and Todd McKim providing commentary and analysis. Other members of the network are: KGIL Radio (1260 AM Los Angeles), XSURF Radio (540 AM San Diego), KNTK Radio (102.3 Weed), KCBL Radio (1340 AM Fresno), KESP Radio (970 AM Modesto), KVBL Radio (1400 AM Visalia) and KTKZ Radio (1380 AM Sacramento). The pregame show begins 30 minutes prior to kickoff.
Fans may also listen to the game online by going to CalBears.com and subscribing to Cal All-Access. Monthly memberships start at just $6.95.