WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (July 17, 2012) - William and Mary football fans unable to make it to games this season will have many opportunities to follow the team on television, as six of the Tribe's contests will be broadcast live.
Highlighting the Tribe's slate of broadcast games is a nationally televised contest at Towson (Sept. 15) that will air on NBC Sports Network.
W&M's regionally televised games on Comcast SportsNet included home contests against Delaware (Sept. 22) and Georgia State (Sept. 29) and road matchups at James Madison (Oct. 13) and Old Dominion (Nov. 10). The College's season opener at Maryland will also be broadcast by ESPN3.
In addition to the televised games, all of the Tribe's home contests will be streamed online live at TribeAthletics.com.
|2012 W&M Football Televised Games|
|Sept. 1||at Maryland (ESPN3)|
|Sept. 15||at Towson (NBC Sports Network)|
|Sept. 22||Delaware (Comcast SportsNet Regional)|
|Sept. 29||Georgia State (Comcast SportsNet Regional)|
|Oct. 13||at James Madison (Comcast SportsNet Regional)|
|Nov. 10||at Old Dominion (Comcast SportsNet Regional)|