Crescent City Sports to produce Nov. 10 Nicholls-SFA telecast for Cox Sports Television
NEW ORLEANS – For the second consecutive year, Crescent City Sports is producing a Southland Conference football telecast for Cox Sports Television.
CST will broadcast live the Crescent City Sports production of the 3 p.m. Nov. 10 matchup between Stephen F. Austin and 20th-ranked Nicholls from Thibodaux, the conference office announced Monday. The telecast is presented by the Sports Medicine Center of Thibodaux Regional.
Additionally, the game will be seen on ESPN3 in non-CST markets.
Nicholls (5-3, 4-2), which is in a four-way logjam for second place in the Southland standings with three weeks remaining, is coming off an impressive 48-21 victory over UIW last Saturday. The Colonels travel to Houston Baptist this week as it looks to parlay a strong finish into a second consecutive trip to the NCAA Division I football playoffs.
SFA (2-6, 2-5) is off this week after a 24-17 home loss to Lamar last Saturday.
Ken Berthelot and Wayde Keiser will describe the action of the SFA-Nicholls game.
Since its launch in 2002, Cox Sports Television’s reach has grown from humble beginnings to a much larger reach. The Gulf South Sports Leader is now available to more than 4 million viewers. CST is available to video distributors and is a part of Cox Communications, LLC, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the country.
Crescent City Sports, a New Orleans-based sports media company founded in 2017, operates a sports website (CrescentCitySports.com) featuring extensive coverage of area sports, Louisiana’s most complete high school football scoreboard and live video streaming of more than 30 high school sports events annually. In cooperation with CST, CCS will also produce up to 10 more events to be televised on the regional sports network.
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