Fans can watch home games on WCTE, listen to all 11 on Magic 98.5
Plenty of options for fans to follow Tech
COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Tech football fans have several options for following the defending Ohio Valley Conference champion Golden Eagles during the 2012 season, from live telecasts of the six home games to radio and Internet broadcasts on the Golden Eagle Sports Network.
For fans who want to see the action live but cannot get to the stadium, WCTE TV will provide coverage of all six home games. The WCTE telecasts can be seen throughout the region and into the Nashville Metro area.
The 2012 season marks WCTE TV's 32nd consecutive year of televising Golden Eagle football. Tim Scruggs and Sam Brooks will be in the booth calling the action on the telecasts.
All 11 regular season games will be broadcast on the Golden Eagle Sports Network, with Magic 98.5 serving as the flagship station, providing an uptempo program with pregame shows and sideline coverage.
Roger Ealey returns for his 20th year as the "voice of the Golden Eagles" and will be joined in the broadcast booth by Buddy Pearson. Brandon Goodwin will add sideline reports on a variety of topics, including a quick talk with head coach Watson Brown at the game's conclusion.
While 50,000-watt Magic 98.5 will provide expanded area coverage of Tech football on the radio, the broadcasts can also be heard anywhere in the world via live streaming on the Internet via the station's website at www.magic985.com.