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2013 Diamond Dogs Pick Up Ninth TV Appearance

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STARKVILLE Miss. - Mississippi State has picked up a ninth TV exposure for the 2013 baseball season through the Southeastern Conference TV package.

MSU's series-ending Easter Sunday matchup at Arkansas March 31 has been added to the SEC's television lineup, with game time moved from 1:30 p.m. to 12 p.m. CT to accommodate a live broadcast by New Orleans-based Cox Sports Television. The broadcast will also be available on Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS).

State meets Auburn Apr. 18 and Alabama May 3 at Dudy Noble Field in nationally-televised home games shown on ESPNU. State's home TV schedule also includes matchups with LSU (Mar. 16) and Auburn (Apr. 19), both televised by Comcast.

The Bulldogs, sporting a preseason ranking as high as fifth (Baseball America), launches its 2013 campaign Feb. 15-17 against first-time foe Portland from the West Coast Conference.


2013 MSU BASEBALL TV SCHEDULE

Sat., March 16 --- 6 p.m. LSU (Comcast)

Sat., March 23 --- 11 a.m. at Kentucky (FOX Sports)

Sun., March 31 --- 12 p.m. at Arkansas (Cox Sports/Comcast)

Sat., April 13 --- 12:30 p.m. at Texas A&M (FOX Sports)

Thu., April 18 --- 6:30 p.m. Auburn (ESPNU)

Fri., April 19 --- 6:30 p.m. Auburn (Comcast)

Sat., April 27 --- 12 p.m. at Vanderbilt (Comcast)

Fri., May 3 --- 6 p.m. Alabama (ESPNU)

Sun., May 12 --- 1 p.m. at Ole Miss (Comcast)


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