Mark Story

Where to watch, how to follow Saturday’s Kentucky vs. Central Michigan game

Against Vanderbilt last season in Nashville, Kentucky’s Benny Snell had three touchdowns and 116 yards. The running back averaged 6.8 yards per carry. “You’re going to feel his presence in the ball game,” Commodores Coach Derek Mason said of the junior.
Against Vanderbilt last season in Nashville, Kentucky’s Benny Snell had three touchdowns and 116 yards. The running back averaged 6.8 yards per carry. “You’re going to feel his presence in the ball game,” Commodores Coach Derek Mason said of the junior. aslitz@herald-leader.com

Where to watch and how to follow Saturday’s Kentucky-Central Michigan football game:

Game time is 3:30 p.m. at Kroger Field

Television

Network: ESPNU

Announcers: Play-by-play, Kevin Brown; analyst, Andre Ware

Where to find ESPNU:

Spectrum Cable: Channel 514

DISH Network: Channel 141

DirecTV: Channel 208

Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops talks about the decision to name Terry Wilson the starting quarterback over Gunnar Hoak for UK’s opener on Saturday against Central Michigan.



Radio

Over the air: WLAP-AM 630, WBUL-FM 98.1

Satellite Radio: XM Channel 192; Sirius Channel 108

UK Sports Network broadcast team: Play-by-play, Tom Leach; analyst, Jeff Piecoro; sideline reporter, Dick Gabriel

Live blog: Join the conversation during the game with Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay at Kentucky.com.

Live video: You can live stream the game online from WatchESPN.com or the WatchESPN app, depending on your TV service provider.

Twitter: @jenheraldleader, @johnclayiv, @markcstory, @BenRobertsHL, @kentuckysports, @heraldleader

Facebook: Photos and links on Kentucky.com and Kentuckysports.com pages

Where things stand: SEC football schedule

The Kentucky roster: Click here

The Central Michigan roster: Click here

Mark Story: (859) 231-3230; Twitter: @markcstory

UK running back Benny Snell Jr. is featured on the cover of the Herald-Leader's 2018 college football preview section. See how photographers Alex Slitz and Mark Mahan put it all together.



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