Nov. 3, 2010
Auburn's homecoming football game on Nov. 6 against Chattanooga at Jordan-Hare Stadium will kick off at noon CT and be offered on pay-per-view. Below is information about the ordering process and it's availability in certain markets.
Telecast is available in Alabama and Tennessee. In Alabama, it is available via cable TV, Dish Network and Direct TV. In Tennessee, it is available via small dish only. Dish Network subscribers need to turn to Channel 462 for ordering information. Direct TV customers turn to Channel 787.
Fringe markets such as Pensacola, Florida and Columbus, Georgia may also purchase the game from their local cable operator, Dish Network or Direct TV. The game will NOT be offered on ESPN Gameplan in those markets.
The game will be offered by ESPN Gameplan in the other 48 states, again, excluding Pensacola and Columbus. It is also offered on www.espn3.com, but is subject to blackout in certain markets.
Suggested retail price to subscribers is $34.95. However, it is up to the cable TV company or small dish provider to determine the final price.
Commercial establishments will pay a higher rate than regular home subscribers because of the increased number of potential viewers at one location.
It is common for providers to charger a higher fee on the date of the game versus advance purchases.
All circumstances of where and how the game is made available to subscribers are determined by the Southeastern Conference and NOT by Auburn University, Auburn Athletics or the Auburn Sports Network.
The announcers are Andy Burcham and Reggie Slack.