The Kentucky-Mississippi State football game Saturday will be televised live on a pay-per-view basis.
The game will be televised live in Kentucky by participating cable systems and satellite providers. The suggested price is $24.95 in advance, $29.95 on the day of the game. Final pricing decisions are made by the cable/satellite providers. Kentuckians who want to order the game should contact their local cable or satellite provider.
The game will also be picked up by ESPN GamePlan, but it will be blacked out in Kentucky and Mississippi.
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The Georgia-at-Kentucky football game on Nov. 8 has been placed on a six-day advance selection by the Southeastern Conference and will be televised by ESPN, ESPN2 or Raycom Sports, the SEC Office has announced.
The television and game-time assignments are dependent on the outcome of this week's Florida-Georgia game:
■ If Georgia defeats Florida, the Georgia-UK game will be televised at 8 p.m. on ESPN or ESPN2.
■ If Georgia loses to Florida, the Georgia-UK game will be a regional telecast at 12:30 p.m. by Raycom Sports, the SEC TV network.