Viewers can see ECU-UNC game

Time Warner Cable to show contest

Time Warner news releaseSeptember 30, 2010 

In cooperation with ESPN, Time Warner Cable will televise Saturday's East Carolina-North Carolina football game live to digital cable customers.

The 3:30 p.m. game can be seen on channel 520.

The game at Chapel Hill was originally announced for coverage only on ESPN3.com, the network's online channel.

More football

OU receiver suspended: Oklahoma has suspended receiver Jaz Reynolds indefinitely after he posted what coach Bob Stoops called "insensitive remarks" on his Twitter page about a gunman who committed suicide on the University of Texas campus.

An account with the handle JazReynolds posted the message, "Hey everyone in Austin, tx.......kill yourself" on Tuesday, the day of the suicide, followed by a disregard request 5 minutes later. The account was deactivated Wednesday.

Reynolds, who has no catches this season, will miss at least Saturday's game between the No. 8 Sooners and No. 21 Texas in Dallas.

More football

New Big 12 schedule: Big 12 athletic directors approved Wednesday a nine-game round-robin conference schedule that will pit every team against each other every season, with no need for a championship game.

The league had been split into two six-team divisions, with some clubs playing only every other year, before Colorado (Pac-10) and Nebraska (Big Ten) decided to leave.

WAC eyes Montana: Western Athletic Conference commissioner Karl Benson says the league is seriously considering Montana as it looks for new members.

On Tuesday, Montana athletic director Jim O'Day was in Dallas attending a 90-minute "information gathering" meeting with WAC presidents and athletic directors.

Men's basketball

NCCU adds assistant: N.C. Central head coach LeVelle Moton has announced the hiring of former East Carolina assistant coach John Moseley as an assistant coach.

Women's golf

ECU's Littman honored: East Carolina senior Amber Littman has been named Conference USA women's co-golfer of the week after finishing fifth individually Tuesday in the UNCG Starmount Classic.

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