LSUsports.net Home to All 2000-01 Broadcasts

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LSUsports.net Home to All 2000-01 Broadcasts

BATON ROUGE — LSUsports.net, The Official Web Site of LSU Athletics, is proud to announce that it will be the exclusive site for FREE live streaming audio broadcasts of all LSU football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and SEC softball games for the 2000-01 season.

With the addition of audio of all press conferences and talkshows, the 2000-01 season will be the first in school history that all broadcasts of the LSU Sports Network are available live, free and worldwide on the Internet.

LSUsports.net also features a “members only area” called the eTigers Den. Membership features include live streaming video of non-televised home men’s and women’s basketball games, as well as LSU baseball games. Members may also listen to archived broadcasts from past LSU events and Great Moments in Tiger History.

Due to an agreement between the Southeastern Conference and ESPN, LSUsports.net will not be allowed to provide steaming video of LSU football games in the 2000 season.

LSUsports.net was launched by EATEL and the LSU Athletic Deaprtment in November of 1999 to serve the as the home of the LSU Athletic Department on the Internet. It replaced the former Official Site, sports.lsu.edu, which was maintained exclusively by the LSU Sports Information Department.

Here’s a look at the LSUsports.net broadcast schedule for the 2000 football season (subject to change):

  • During the 2000 football season, head coach Nick Saban’s weekly press conference will be aired live from the Fifth Floor of the LSU Athletic Administration Building at noon. Also, the “First Look” Radio Show airs on Mondays and features and an LSU football assistant coach along with host Jim Hawthorne.
  • On Wednesdays at 7 p.m., the Nick Saban radio call-in show will be aired live from Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant on Highland Road. Fans will be able to submit their questions on LSUsports.net for coach Saban to answer during the hour-long show.
  • Thursday afternoons feature “Tiger Talk,” a 30-minute LSU sports update hosted by Jim Hawthorne and Bill Franques.
  • The week culminates with the football game on Saturday (or Friday for the Nov. 24 Arkansas game) with the “Voice of the Tigers” Jim Hawthorne, along with Doug Moreau and Kevin Ford. Every game will be aired live and free to the public.