CBSSports.com announced Thursday that it will stream regular-season college basketball games for the first time this season, and Kentucky will be featured in almost half the contests being offered.
The inaugural live-streaming broadcast will be Saturday's Kentucky-Indiana showdown in Rupp Arena.
A total of 11 games from CBS Sports' schedule of Southeastern Conference games will be made available live and free of charge on the network's Web site this season. One non-SEC game — Army at Navy — also will be offered.
CBSSports.com also will show the SEC Championship Game live on March 15.
CBSSports.com previously offered live streaming of NCAA Tournament games, but this marks the Web site's first foray into the regular season.
The regular-season broadcasts are a result of the 15-year contract extension CBS Sports reached with the SEC last August.e_SClBTickets available for Indiana game
A limited number of single-game tickets remain for Kentucky's next six opponents in Rupp Arena, including Saturday's game against Indiana.
Fans may order tickets by calling the UK Ticket Office (800-928-2287), the Rupp Arena Box Office (859-233-3535) or at UKathletics.com or Ticketmaster.com.
Tickets also remain for Tennessee State (Dec. 22), Florida Atlantic (Dec. 27), Central Michigan (Dec. 29), Vanderbilt (Jan. 10) and Auburn (Jan. 21).
■ Standing-room only tickets in the E-Rupp-tion Zone are available for the Tennessee State, Florida Atlantic and Central Michigan games. They will be sold on game day only at the Rupp Arena Box Office with a limit of one ticket per person. The price is $5, cash only.