Texas Tech (8-4, 5-3 Big 12) will be taking on Michigan State (6-6, 4-4 Big Ten) in the 2010 Valero Alamo Bowl on Saturday, January 2, 2010. Eye on Sports Media is pleased to present you with the following information to help you find information about the game, social media links related to the game, and radio/television broadcast information.
Update December 29, 2009: because of the Texas Tech controversy, Craig James has been removed from the broadcast. Once his replacement has been named, this page will be updated.
Update December 31, 2009: An ESPN spokesman has confirmed that Bob Davie will be replacing Craig James for this game.
Note that this information is based on information published by the bowl games, the participating schools, and the broadcast/cable networks. Eye on Sports Media and The Cayuga Group, LCC are not responsible for missing or inaccurate data. Questions on an errors or omissions should be addressed to the respective schools or broadcast outlets. We will update information as it is made available or corrected by these entities.
|2010 Valero Alamo Bowl |
|Social Media|| |
|Bowl Game Web Site||http://www.valeroalamobowl.com/main/index.php |
|Teams||Texas Tech (8-4, 5-3 Big 12) vs Michigan State (6-6, 4-4 Big Ten) |
|Date||Saturday, January 2, 2010 |
|Time||9 PM ET |
|Location||San Antonio, TX |
|Playing Surface||SportField |
|Commentators||Mike Patrick, |
|Live Streaming||ESPN360.com |
|Replay||January 3 at 1 PM ET & January 8 at 8 AM ET (ESPNU) |
|National Radio||ESPN Radio (Bill Rosinski, Dennis Franchione & Joe Schad) |
|Sirius Radio||Sirius 120/ XM 140 |
|Texas Tech Radio||Texas Tech Radio Network (Brian Jensen, John Harris, |
& Toby Cecil)
|Michigan State Radio||Michigan State Radio Network (George Blaha, Jim Miller, |
Jason Strayhorn, & Will Tieman)