How To Follow Army-Morgan State Football Friday

Raymond Maples

Raymond Maples

Aug 29, 2013

WEST POINT, N.Y. - The Army football team lifts the lid on the 2013 season under the lights Friday against Morgan State. The game marks the 10th night game in Michie Stadium history as the Black Knights face the Bears for the first time. For those unable to attend the contest, which is being dubbed Salute to Heroes Day, there will be a multitude of platforms from which to follow all of the action. The Army Sports Network and CBS Sports Network national broadcasts are chief among a bevy of options.

CBS Sports Network will carry Friday's game live. Ben Holden (play-by-play), Tom Bradley (color analyst), Kristine Leahy (sideline reporter) and John Feinstein (essayist) will call the action. Check your local listings for channel information. Servicemen and women around the world will have access to a free webcast of the CBSSN broadcast via their respective Army Knowledge Online accounts. See below for instructions.

The Army Sports Network will carry the season opener in the tri-state area. Army's flagship station, 77WABC (770-AM) out of New York, along with WALL (1340-AM) and WEOK (1390-AM) in the Hudson valley will broadcast the call. Rich DeMarco returns as Army's play-by-play caller and is joined by Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter) and Joe Beckerle (program host) on the broadcast.

Knight Vision subscribers can tune in to the Army Sports Network call via audio and video feeds. Monthly subscriptions can be purchased for $9.95 per month, while annual subscriptions are available for $79.95. Fans can order either package by clicking here.

The Army Sports Network will be broadcast via SIRIUS (channel 94) and XM (channel 192) satellite radio stations. Twitter updates will also be provided throughout the game at Army's official football Twitter handle @Army_Football. Friday's official game day hashtag will be #BeatMorganState. GameTracker is available as well for fans wanting live statistics. Visit the football schedule page of www.goARMYsports.com to access the GameTracker link.

In addition to all of the aforementioned ways to follow, the Army Athletic Communications office will provide an in-game blog, powered by CoverItLive, which will begin approximately 15 minutes prior to kickoff. The blog will be available as the top story on www.goARMYsports.com throughout the game and encourages fan interaction and comments.

HOW TO FOLLOW SATURDAY'S ACTION

Television: CBS Sports Network
Announcers: Ben Holden (play-by-play), Tom Bradley (color analyst), Kristine Leahy (sideline reporter), John Feinstein (essayist)

Army Radio (English): Army Sports Network Affiliates: 77WABC (770-AM, New York, N.Y.) (Flagship); WALL (1340-AM, Middletown, N.Y.; WEOK (1390-AM, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.)
Announcers: Rich DeMarco (play-by-play), Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter), Joe Beckerle (program host)

Satellite Radio:
Army Sports Network on SIRIUS Satellite Radio Sirius Channel: 94
Announcers: Rich DeMarco (play-by-play), Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter), Joe Beckerle (program host)

Army Sports Network on XM Satellite Radio Sirius Channel: 192
Announcers: Rich DeMarco (play-by-play), Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter), Joe Beckerle (program host)

Internet Knight Vision Video Webcast: CBS Sports Network broadcast
Announcers: Ben Holden (play-by-play), Tom Bradley (color analyst), Kristine Leahy (sideline reporter), John Feinstein (essayist)

Internet Knight Vision Audio Stream: Army Sports Network broadcast
Announcers: Rich DeMarco (play-by-play), Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter), Joe Beckerle (program host)

GameTracker: www.goARMYsports.com

Twitter Updates: @Army_Football

Game Day Hashtag: #BeatMorganState

In-Game Blog: www.goARMYsports.com (15 minutes prior to kickoff)

Army Game Day Central: http://www.goarmysports.com/gameday/army-fb-game-day-13.html

AKO ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS
(Military personnel and Department of Defense employees only)

Logon to AKO by typing www.us.army.mil into your brower.

Use your AKO username and password as you normally would.

The front page, under the headlines section, will feature a message with the verbiage "Watch The Black Knights In Action."

Click on this link. To watch, click "More" and enter the provided username and password to watch the game in the Knight Vision video portal on www.goARMYsports.com (located under Multimedia > Live Events).

**Note: If AKO users already have a personal Knight Vision account, they must sign out of the account and log-in using the AKO-provided username and password.**

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