Little Rock, Arkansas - The Players All-Star Classic, a college football all-star game that will be played at War Memorial Stadium, AT&T Field in Little Rock, Arkansas at 4pm EST on February 4th, 2012 is proud to announce that the game will be televised live on both Comcast /Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST).
"We are looking forward to delivering The Players All-Star Classic football game to our viewers across the south,” said CSS Sr. Director of Programming and Operations Larry Haber. “Many of these players have been featured in games which have aired on CSS and we are happy to provide them additional exposure leading into the NFL Draft.”
CSS is a sports channel based in Atlanta, Georgia serving over 6 million cable subscribers across thirteen U.S. states. CSS delivers a full slate of college sports programming, including live events and a comprehensive mix of sports news and in-depth analysis geared towards fans in the south.
“We are extremely excited to bring a game of this magnitude to our viewers,” says CST executive director Jeff Brenner. “As the exclusive regional sports network to some of the NCAA’s premiere schools, this fits perfectly to our programming schedule.”
CST, based in New Orleans, Louisiana, is a sports network that is available in eight southeastern states on Cox, Suddenlink, Comcast, Charter, DISH NETWORK and other cable networks. CST has grown over 400% to more than 2 million homes in the ten years since launch, making it one of the fastest growing regional sports networks in the south.
“With both great networks airing this game it will give over 8 million people an opportunity to see these great college football players,” said the Players All-Star Classic ownership group.