GW Men's Hoops Game at Syracuse to Air on Comcast SportsNet
Colonials Will be Televised in Metro Region for Fourth Straight Game
Dec. 9, 2011
WASHINGTON - George Washington's men's basketball game at nationally ranked No. 3/3 Syracuse will be televised in the D.C. metro region by Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic. The game is set to tip-off at 7 p.m., on Saturday, and will be broadcast by Time Warner Cable Sports and also picked up by SNY in the New York metro region.
It marks the fourth consecutive Colonials' game that will air in the D.C. metro region, and the team's fifth of 13 currently scheduled televised games of the season.
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Click here to view Time Warner Cable Sports channel listings.
GW (4-4) will play its second nationally ranked opponent of the season in Syracuse (9-0). The Colonials defeated the Orange, 111-104, in the programs' most recent meeting in the 1994 Preseason NIT.
The contest features a match-up between Maurice Joseph, GW's assistant director of basketball operations and former Vermont standout under Mike Lonergan, and younger brother Kris Joseph, the Orange's leading scorer.
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