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WACO (August 28, 2014) DISH Network has announced it has reached an agreement that clears the way for it to broadcast Sunday’s Baylor vs.SMU football game.
The satellite television provider had said earlier it was in dispute with Fox Sports 1 and the game, along with several others around the country, would be blacked out.
In a news release issued form DISH Network late Wednesday night the company said the satellite provider “is now in a position to deliver the full programming lineup of Fox Sports 1, including the college football games kicking off on August 28, to DISH customers with America's Top 200 programming package and above.
Josh Clark, DISH vice president of programming, said “We are proud to deliver the most college football anywhere, at the best possible value."
The programming change includes the Baylor vs. SMU game, which is Baylor’s inaugural game at the new McLane Stadium.
The release also detailed what games would be broadcast and they include:
Rutgers vs. Washington State, Aug. 28, 10:00 p.m. ET
Colorado State vs. Colorado, Aug. 29, 9:00 p.m. ET
North Dakota State vs. Iowa State, Aug. 30, 12:00 p.m. ET
SMU vs. Baylor, Aug. 31, 7:30 p.m. ET