VERMILLION, S.D. (KWSN)—The Nov. 2 football game between Youngstown State University and University of South Dakota to be played at the DakotaDome is one of seven league games part of the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s Game of the Week package set for this season. Kansas City-based Niles Media Group will produce the game which will be televised on KDLT and streamed online by ESPN3.
In addition to the Youngstown State game, six other Coyote football games will be televised this season. Midco Sports Network will produce and televise USD home games against UC Davis (Aug. 31), Missouri State (Oct. 5), Montana (Nov. 9) and South Dakota State (Nov. 16) and will also cover the Coyotes’ game at North Dakota State (Nov. 23). South Dakota’s game at Northern Arizona Sept. 21 can be found on Fox Sports Arizona Plus.
MVFC Game of the Week package:
Sept. 28 – Youngstown State at Southern Illinois, 6 p.m. (Mediacom/ESPN3) Oct. 5 – Southern Illinois at South Dakota State, 2 p.m. (Mediacom//ESPN3) Oct. 12 – South Dakota State at Western Illinois, 3 p.m. (Mediacom/ESPN3) Oct. 19 – Indiana State at Illinois State, 1 p.m. (Mediacom/ESPN3) Oct. 26 – North Dakota State at Indiana State, 2 p.m. (Niles Media Group/ND NBC/ESPN3) Nov. 2 – Youngstown State at South Dakota, 1 p.m. (Niles Media Group/KDLT/ESPN3) Nov. 16 – UNI at Missouri State, 1 p.m. (Mediacom)
USD on TV in 2013:
Aug. 31 – UC Davis, 2 p.m., Vermillion (MidcoSN) Sept. 21 – Northern Arizona, 6 p.m., Flagstaff, Ariz. (Fox Sports Arizona Plus) Oct. 5 – Missouri State, 2 p.m., Vermillion (MidcoSN) Nov. 2 – Youngstown State, 1 p.m., Vermillion (KDLT/ESPN3) Nov. 9 – Montana, 1 p.m., Vermillion (MidcoSN) Nov. 16 – South Dakota State, 1 p.m., Vermillion (MidcoSN) Nov. 23 – North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m., Fargo (MidcoSN)
Notes: KDLT is a NBC affiliate television station serving Sioux Falls, S.D., and the surrounding region.
MidcoSN based in Sioux Falls, S.D., provides live coverage of local sporting events and broadcasts sports programming and is available exclusively from Midcontinent Communications.
Courtesy of University of South Dakota