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Delayed Video Webcast of Football Opener Available Online
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 08/31/2006
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Wildcat fans from around the world will have the opportunity to watch the hard-hitting action from Arizona football's season opener against BYU.

Subscribers to All-Access, Arizona Athletics' premium online multimedia service, can watch Saturday's game on-demand in its entirety beginning at midnight. Fans will be able to watch the official Catvision production shown on the video screens at Arizona Stadium, with Brian Jeffries ("The Voice of the Wildcats") and Lamont Lovett calling the action.


View a sample webcast clip
The game kicks off at 7:15 p.m. (MST), and will be broadcast live nationally by TBS. The webcast will remain available online through www.arizonaathletics.com for on-demand viewing at subscribers' convenience. All-Access subscribers can listen to live audio broadcasts of all Wildcat football games through the official site for Arizona Athletics. Free statistics sponsored by Tucson Electric Power are also available online for all home games, with links to live statistics on the road.

Due to Pac-10 television contract restrictions, Arizona Athletics is unable to offer live video webcasts. Delayed webcast availability for remaining Arizona home games will be made on a game-by-game basis.

In addition to webcasts, All-Access subscribers can view the following football-related programming through www.arizonaathletics.com:

* Mike Stoops' weekly press conference
* Postgame interviews with Coach Stoops and Wildcat players
* Game highlights

The audio/video All-Access subscription is $9 per month. You can learn more about ordering All-Access on the subscription information page.

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