The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

Pittsburg State Sports

June 22, 2012

MIAA announces football television schedule

Missouri Southern and Pittsburg State have one appearance apiece on this fall’s MIAA Television Network football schedule, announced Thursday.

Eleven games — one more than the previous two years — will be televised. The first nine games have been selected, and games in the final two weeks — on Nov. 3 and 10 — will be determined at a later date.

Pittsburg State’s home opener on Sept. 8 against Central Oklahoma kicks off the television schedule.

Missouri Southern’s television game is Oct. 27 at Lindenwood.

In addition, Central Missouri State’s home game against Truman State on Sept. 20 will be televised on CBS Sports Network.

The MIAA football television schedule:

Sept. 8—Central Oklahoma at Pittsburg State

Sept. 15—Nebraska-Kearney at Missouri Western

Sept. 22—Washburn at Central Oklahoma

Sept. 29—Northeastern State at Northwest Missouri

Oct. 6—Truman State at Nebraska-Kearney

Oct. 13—Fort Hays State at Southwest Baptist

Oct. 20—Lincoln at Fort Hays State

Oct. 25—Missouri Western at Emporia State

Oct. 27—Missouri Southern at Lindenwood

Nov. 3 and 10—TBA

 

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