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Saturday's Mules-Bearcats Football Game to be Televised Live

Contact: Rob McCutcheon
WARRENSBURG, MO (Dec. 2, 2010) - The NCAA has announced that the NCAA-II quarterfinal football playoff contest between the No. 8 University of Central Missouri Mules and the No. 3 Northwest Missouri State University Bearcats will be televised live by Metro Sports at 1:05 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4. KMOS-TV, UCM's public broadcasting station, will pick up the feed as well.

The game can be found on Time Warner Cable channels 30 and 1030, and on Comcast channel 258 in the Kansas City area. It can also be seen in Lawrence, Kan., on Sunflower Broadband channel 37.

KMOS-TV will broadcast the game into an additional 800,000 households throughout the state of Missouri, including the cities of Warrensburg, Sedalia, Columbia, Jefferson City, Rolla, Moberly, Macon, Tipton, and surrounding communities.

For those who do not have any of the above listed providers, the game will be web-streamed live on NCAA.com. Kevin Wike will handle the play-by-play, while Stan Weber will provide the color commentary.

The Mules (11-2) are seeded fourth in Super Region 4, while the Bearcats (11-1) are seeded third. Both teams have won two playoff games, including road wins over the top two seeded teams in the region last week. The Bearcats finished first in the MIAA, with the Mules taking second, thanks to a 45-yard field goal as time expired on Nov. 6 in Warrensburg to give NWMSU a 17-16 victory. The contest was played in front of an MIAA campus site record 13,096 fans at Walton Stadium/Kennedy Field.

The only tickets remaining for this Saturdays game are standing room only, and will be sold at the gate on game day or at northwestbearcats.com for $10. Fans can bring bag chairs or sit on the hills in the endzones.

This will be the fifth televised game of the season for Central Missouri. Fans can also follow the action via radio or online on 98.5 FM The BAR, KTBG-FM 90.9 The Bridge.