Beginning with the Thursday volleyball match against defending national champion and third-ranked Stanford, All-Access subscribers will get a triple-shot of volleyball, men's basketball and football video webcasts in three days.
The 12th-ranked Arizona volleyball team (12-2 overall, 4-1 Pac-10) is only one game behind the second-place Stanford Cardinal in the Pac-10 conference race heading into tonight's match at 7 p.m.. The volleyball team will be right back on the floor again Friday night against No. 13 California as part of a doubleheader with men's basketball for McKale Madness.
Live video of both matches will be webcast to All-Access subscribers through the official Arizona Athletics web site at www.arizonaathletics.com beginning at 7 p.m. (MST). All-Access is the premium multimedia service for Wildcat fans.
The second half of McKale Madness will also be webcast live Friday night, as the 2005-06 Wildcat men's basketball team takes the floor for the first time to meet fans, participate in 3-point shooting and dunk contests, and play a brief scrimmage. Other fan festivities are also planned, with NBA great John Salley from "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" handling master of ceremonies duties.
McKale Madness will be webcast live beginning at 9 p.m., or after the conclusion of the volleyball match.
Subscribers will also be able to watch the only video broadcast available for this Saturday's football game against Stanford on a delayed basis. The game kicks off at 4 p.m. (MST), and the video webcast will be available immediately upon the conclusion of the game (approximately 7:30 p.m.).
Subscribers can listen to the football game live through All-Access, and free live statistics are available through the Arizona Athletics web site.
Here is the complete three-day schedule:
|Thursday, Oct. 13||Volleyball vs. #3 Stanford||7 p.m.||Live|
|Friday, Oct. 14||McKale Madness|
|Volleyball vs. #13 California||7 p.m.||Live|
|Men's Basketball McKale Madness||9 p.m. (approximate)||Live|
|Saturday, Oct. 15||Football vs. Stanford||4 p.m.||7:30 p.m. (approximate)|