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BYU Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Invitational games to be aired on BYU Television

Opening round men's basketball games for the 2007 Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Invitational will be played at campus sites around the country, including two games in the Brigham Young University Marriott Center. BYU will host Jackson State, a 2007 NCAA Tournament participant with a record of 21-14 a year ago, on Nov. 16 before facing Hartford (13-18 in 2006-07) on Nov. 20.

Both games will be carried on BYU Television, which reaches 45 million homes across the United States via home satellite and cable systems. Tuesday’s match-up will also be carried on KBYU-TV.

The Jackson State vs. BYU game will air on BYU Television Friday night at approximately 8:30 p.m. (Due to a previously scheduled airing of the BYU women’s volleyball game, the basketball game will be delayed.)The Hartford vs. BYU game will be carried live on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m., preceded by live coverage of the women’s basketball game, which will tip off at 4:30 p.m.

When the BYU men's basketball team steps onto the hardwood in a national basketball tournament, BYU Television will be there to provide coverage to Cougar fans across the country—and across the world via the Internet.

For additional information, on BYU Television’s coverage of these and other men’s and women’s athletic events, visit www.byutv.org.

Writer: Aaron Searle

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