Aug. 2, 2012
Bristol, Ct. -- The 2012 Little League World Series presented by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, and 14 regular-season college football games including Auburn's contest at Mississippi State have been added to ESPN 3D's schedule. That will mark the fifth 3D game for Auburn in the past three seasons.
ESPN 3D will televise college football games that air on ESPN Saturdays at noon ET, beginning Saturday, Sept. 1, with Ohio at Penn State, where Bill O'Brien will make his first appearance as head coach for PSU, and Saturday, Sept. 8 with Auburn's SEC opener at Mississippi State. Additional games will be announced throughout the season. For the full ESPN 3D live event schedule, click here.
The Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., begins Thursday, August 16, and 22 of the tournament games including the International Championship and US Championship on Saturday, Aug, 25, and the Consolation and Championship games on Sunday, Aug. 26, will be available on ESPN 3D.
About ESPN 3D
ESPN 3D is the world's first 24/7 all-sports 3D channel. After three years of testing, ESPN 3D launched with the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. The network has produced nearly 300 live telecasts, including college basketball, college football including the BCS, the NBA, professional boxing, Wimbledon, the State Farm Home Run Derby, the X Games, The Masters, and ESPN's popular weekday studio show SportsNation. The network was recognized with a Sports Emmy Award for technical excellence for the 2011 Winter X Games. ESPN 3D is available to more than 60 million homes in the U.S. through carriage agreements with DIRECTV, Comcast, Bright House Networks, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FiOS TV. It is available internationally in Australia with select programs available from other distributors throughout the world.