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SNY to broadcast up to 300 hours of UConn sports, including live games

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Looks like we won't have to wait for tomorrow, as The Courant's Desmond Conner is reporting that, according to sources, SNY will broadcast upwards of 300 hours of UConn sports-related material (I presume over a calender year; it's unclear, as of now, from the report). Not only will the New York-based sports cable network show live men's basketball and football games -- taking over MyTV9's role of showing live games not picked up by ESPN or another network -- but it appears as though there will be other programs on the network as well, per Conner. Which means, as a Cox subscriber, I'll be getting to know my friendly neighborhood bartender quite well this upcoming college sports season.

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