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    Bucket Game to be Streamed on ESPN 360

    Go Hoosiers! Saturday's battle for the Old Oaken Bucket will be streamed on ESPN 360 in addition to being televised on ESPN2.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Saturday's battle for the Old Oaken Bucket will be streamed on ESPN 360 in addition to being televised on ESPN2.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Nov. 19, 2008

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana's game against Purdue on Saturday will be streamed live nationally on ESPN360.com - ESPN's signature broadband sports TV network. The game is available completely free to any student on campus. This season, ESPN360.com will feature more than 300 college football games.

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    The Indiana football team closes out the 2008 campaign against Purdue at Ross-Ade Stadium (62,500). Kickoff is set for noon EST on Saturday, Nov. 22, and the game will be televised by ESPN2.

    The longtime rivals will battle for the Old Oaken Bucket, the trophy awarded to the winner of the annual Indiana-Purdue game. Saturday's meeting marks the 84th battle for the bucket and the 111th overall meeting in the series.

    Pam Ward (play-by-play) and Ray Bentley (analyst) will call the game on ESPN2. The game can also be heard on the statewide IU Radio Network with Don Fischer (play-by-play), Pete Compise (analyst) and Joe Smith (pre-game, halftime and post-game).

    About ESPN360.com: 
In the U.S., ESPN360.com is a 24/7 broadband sports network, delivering more than 3,000 live global sports events annually. ESPN360.com is available at no charge to fans who receive their high-speed Internet connection from an affiliated service provider. It is available free to approximately 18 million students and military personnel via any computer on a U.S. campus or military base computer network. Additionally, it has tripled its residential distribution in the past 20 months, and is available in 24 million households nationwide via more than 20 Internet service providers around the country including AT&T, Verizon, RCN, Frontier, Cavalier, Charter, Mediacom, Conway, Grande Communications and more.

     

     

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