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Jan. 14, 2010
GREENSBORO, NC – Longtime rivals Wake Forest and Duke will tip off the ACC ISP Sports Radio Network’s 2010 basketball schedule this Sunday (Jan 17) in an 8 p.m. contest at the Blue Devils’ Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Six additional games involving seven different conference schools, as well as the entire 2010 ACC Tournament in Greensboro, will be carried on the ACC national network, now in its fourth year under the management of ISP, the country’s premier collegiate sports marketing company.
Veteran broadcaster Bill Rosinski will handle play-by-play of all regular season contests. Color analyst duties are shared by Dave Odom, three-time ACC Coach of the Year at Wake Forest, and Wimp Sanderson, former head coach at Alabama.
The list of network affiliates will vary each broadcast depending upon game times, previous station commitments and blackout restrictions protecting ACC member school networks. The preliminary list has stations representing a number of the country’s top radio markets, including Dallas, Houston, Detroit, Phoenix and San Diego. Selected network games will also be carried on Sirius XM Radio as well.
Based in Winston-Salem, NC, ISP is the sales and marketing representative for more than 60 major college athletic programs, conferences and partners. The company handles production of nearly 40 radio networks around the country, including basketball broadcasts for ACC members Boston College, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
The complete 2010 schedule follows:
JAN 17 – Wake Forest at Duke
FEB 7 – North Carolina at Maryland
FEB 10 – Duke at North Carolina
FEB 27 – Maryland at Virginia Tech
FEB 28 – Clemson at Florida State
MAR 6 – North Carolina at Duke
MAR 7 – Clemson at Wake Forest
MAR 11-14 – ACC Tournament First Round, Quarterfinals, Semifinals & Championship