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Mississippi State Football Broadcast Information


2013 MSU Football Game/DawgTalk Call-In Show Radio Affiliates
Satellite Radio
HailStateTV (Audio/Video Streaming)
2013 Dan Mullen Television Show
CSS Game Replays

2013 MSU Football Game/DawgTalk Call-In Show Radio Affiliates

City

Station
Frequency
Aberdeen
WWZQ-AM*
1240
Amory
WAMY-AM*
1580
Batesville
WBLE-FM*
100.5
Biloxi/Gulfport
WBUV-FM
104.9
Clarksdale
WROX-AM*/FM*
1450/105.7
Columbia
WCJU-FM*
104.9
Corinth
WKCU-AM*
1350
Ferriday, LA
KWTG-FM*
104.7
French Camp
WFCA-FM*
107.9#
Greenville
WDMS-FM*
100.7
Greenwood/Indianola
WTCD-FM*
96.9
Grenada
WOHT-FM*
92.3
Hattiesburg
WMXI-FM*
98.1
Jackson
WRKS-FM*
105.9
Lucedale
WRBE-FM*
106.9
Memphis, TN
KQPN-AM*
730
Meridian
WMOX-AM*
1010
Monticello
WRQO-FM*
102.1
Philadelphia
WWSL-FM*
102.3
Starkville/West Point
WKBB-FM*
100.9
Tupelo
WXWX-FM*
96.3
Tylertown
WTYL-FM*
97.7
Vicksburg
WVBG-FM*
105.5
Waynesboro
WABO-FM
105.5
Winona
WONA-FM*
95.1
Yazoo City
WBYP-FM*/WELZ-AM*
107.1/1460

All stations above will carry MSU's 2013 football games.

# - DawgTalk shows on WFCA-FM in French Camp that conflict with Ole Miss games will be aired on WQYZ-FM (92.5)
* - Station will carry Coach Dan Mullen's weekly call-in show, DawgTalk, held on Thursday nights from 7-8 p.m. (CT), from August 29 to November 25 [note: show for Kentucky and Ole Miss gameweeks will be held on those Monday nights (10/21 & 11/25)]. Fans can call into the show by dialing 866-998-4893.

This listing is subject to change.


Satellite Radio
Back again for MSU football in 2012 will be the relationship between the Southeastern Conference, its member institutions and Sirius/XM Satellite Radio, which became the exclusive providers of satellite radio in the SEC in 2007.

All 12 of MSU's regular-season games will be offered through XM this season, a minimum of eight of which will feature the official MSU broadcast. For more information, please visit Sirius/XM.

To get the weekly XM/Sirius stations for MSU football, please visit the 2013 MSU Football Gameday page.



HailStateTV (Audio/Video Streaming) 
Audio (live) and video (on-demand) streamed broadcasts of MSU football games are available exclusively through HailStateTV, MSU's premium multimedia service. For more information, please consult HailStateTV headquarters.






2013 Dan Mullen Television Show
Mississippi State Football with Dan Mullen is hosted by veteran sportscaster Jim Ellis and features highlights of the Bulldogs' Saturday game action, team features and previews of upcoming contests. The show will be broadcast on a number of regional and local systems each week following Bulldog games in 2013. Broadcast times for cable systems/markets are as follows:

WCBI-TV (Columbus/Tupelo, MS): Sundays, 10:35 p.m. CT
My Mississippi (contact local cable for channel): Sundays, 5 p.m. CT
WLBT-TV (Jackson, MS): Sundays, 11 p.m. CT
WHPM-TV (Hattiesburg, MS): Sundays, 11 p.m. CT
WGBC-TV (Meridian, MS): Sundays, 11:30 p.m. CT
WKFK-TV (Pascagoula, MS): Thursdays, 8 p.m. CT
CSS: Fridays, 2 p.m. CT
Please note: Other selected Mississippi cable systems may also carry the show. Please check your local listings to see if the show will be carried by your area's cable system.

The shows will also be available free of charge via "HailStateTV", MSU's premium video streaming area.


Comcast Sports Southeast

All 12 games of the 2013 Mississippi State football season will be available each week on a tape-delayed, replay basis through the facilities of Comcast Sports Southeast. The games will be aired each Wednesday following a Bulldog game at 9 p.m. CT. For more information, fans can consult CSS' website.







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