UCF Football TV Shows to Air Sunday

Sept. 16, 2011

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By Mike Garabedian

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - UCF fans should tune into Bright House Sports Network each Sunday at 12 p.m. for an exclusive programming focusing on UCF football. Two shows over an hour block will highlight players, coaches and events discussing the team.

Host, Erik Kohler kicks off the hour with Inside UCF Football. This week, Kohler profiles senior long snapper Charley Hughlett and his four years at UCF and his appearances in every game since his freshman season in 2008. Defensive line coach Jim Panagos will be featured, talking about the dominating pass rush UCF has come accustomed to over the years. The show will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at UCF's equipment staff and the preparations they go through for each week's game. The program will conclude with Knights Insider John Denton discussing George O'Leary's radio show at the MOAT.

This week's show will also feature music from local bands x:144 (myspace.com/x144), Jean Cotto (round12music.com), A Hero's Fate (myspace.com/aherosfate), Sound Cannon (myspace.com/soundcannonband) and Afterglow Radio (myspace.com/afterglowradio).

Following Inside UCF Football is UCF Sports Today with head coach George O'Leary, hosted by Scott Adams. O'Leary will look back at the game against FIU and preview next Friday night's game against BYU on Sept. 23.

Bright House Sports Network will re-air Inside UCF Football each Monday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., and Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m. UCF Sports Today re-airs Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m., and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Both programs will air statewide each Tuesday on Sun Sports at 4:30 p.m. and Fridays at 2 a.m.

Look out for the Knights on ESPN3 this Saturday as UCF travels to Miami to face in-state rival FIU.