How To Follow Army-Navy Saturday

Trent Steelman

Trent Steelman

Dec. 7, 2012

Army Football Game Day Central

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PHILADELPHIA - One of the greatest rivalries in all of sports will write its 113th chapter when Army and Navy battle on the gridiron Saturday afternoon with the Commander In Chief's Trophy on the line. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field. Aside from attending the Black Knights' season finale, there will be plenty of platforms from which to catch all of the action. The Army Sports Network and CBS national broadcasts are chief among a bevy of options.

CBS will carry Saturday's game live with coverage beginning at 2:30 p.m. Verne Lundquist (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (color analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (sideline reporter) will call all of the action. In addition, servicemen and women around the world will have access to a free webcast of the CBS broadcast via their respective Army Knowledge Online accounts. See below for instructions.

The Army Sports Network will carry Saturday's game 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 action. 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.

The Army Sports Network broadcast has also been picked up by the American Forces Network and will be available to soldiers and service personnel around the globe. For those civilian fans, CBS will carry a live video feed of the game here.

Knight Vision subscribers can listen to the Army Sports Network call via audio feed only. 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. Spanish-speaking listeners can also enjoy the game through the Army Sports Network's Spanish broadcast.

Dial Global Sports will offer a national broadcast of Saturday's contest. John Tautges (play-by-play), Terry Donahue (color analyst) and Lewis Johnson (sideline reporter) have the call.

The Army Sports Network will be broadcast via SIRIUS (channel 86) and XM (channel 86) satellite radio stations. Twitter updates will also be provided throughout the game at Army's official football Twitter handle @Army_Football. Saturday's official game day hashtag will be #BeatNavy. GameTracker is available as well for fans wanting live statistics. Visit the football schedule page of www.goARMYsports.com to access.

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 at noon EST with plenty of special guests and pregame coverage. 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: Verne Lundquist (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (color analyst), Tracy Wolfson (sideline reporter)

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)

Army Radio (Spanish): Army Sports Network Affiliates: WSNU (1430-AM, New York, N.Y.) (Flagship)
Announcers: Clemson Smith Muniz (play-by-play), Oscar Benetiz (color analyst)

Satellite Radio:
Army Sports Network on SIRIUS Satellite Radio Sirius Channel: 86
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: 86
Announcers: Rich DeMarco (play-by-play), Dean Darling (color analyst), Tony Morino (sideline reporter), Joe Beckerle (program host)

National Radio: Dial Global Sports
Announcers: John Tautges (play-by-play), Terry Donahue (color analyst), Lewis Johnson (sideline reporter)

Internet Video Stream: CBS broadcast
Announcers: Verne Lundquist (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (color analyst), Tracy Wolfson (sideline reporter)

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: #BeatNavy

In-Game Blog: www.goARMYsports.com

Army Game Day Central: http://www.goarmysports.com/gameday/army-fb-game-day-12.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 link entitled "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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