SportSouth, Sun Sports and many of the FOX Sports affiliated regional networks (FS Southwest, FS Midwest, FS Arizona, FS San Diego, FS Prime Ticket) will carry the broadcast of the 3 p.m. (CT) match, with Phil Bush and Pete Pranica describing the action.
Sunday's match marks the first Mississippi State-Texas A&M matchup in volleyball and the first MSU-TAMU athletic contest in College Station since the Aggies joined the SEC for competition this fall.
State dropped a straight-sets decision at Auburn Friday night as rookie Sarah Nielsen tallied a team-best eight kills and the current SEC Freshman of the Week, Roxanne McVey, finished with a match-leading 15 digs. McVey, from Magnolia, Texas, leads the SEC with 352 digs.
The division-leading Aggies notched their fifth win in six SEC matches with a 3-0 Friday night win over South Carolina.State resumes SEC play on the road next weekend with a 4 p.m. CT Midnight Madness match against Kentucky Friday at Rupp Arena and a nationally-televised (ESPNU) 12:30 p.m. CT Sunday match at Missouri.