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Nov. 19, 2004

Virginia football game day coverage will begin at 11:00 AM Saturday as WINA AM 1070 in Charlottesville presents Cavalier Countdown. Hosts Rick Daniels, Jed Williams, and former UVa quarterback Tim Sherman will break down the match-up between Georgia Tech and Virginia until 12:30 PM. They will broadcast live from Orbitz on the Corner in Charlottesville.

The Virginia Sports Network will continue its UVA football coverage with a pre-game show. Cavalier Game Day will begin at 12:30 PM onaffiliates across the Commonwealth. Mac McDonald, Jed Williams, and former ACC Player of the Year Frank Quayle will provide in-depth coverage from Atlanta. The show will include interviews with coaches Al Groh and Chan Gailey, GT defensive end Eric Henderson, a feature on Alvin Pearman as well as an in-depth interview with Michael McGrew.

Fans inside the stadium can listen to the game on the in-stadium frequency 95.1 on their radios.

Following the game, listen to the UVa Health System Post-Game Report. This hour-long program will include comments from Coach Groh and players from the Virginia locker room. Listeners are invited to review the game with Mac and Frank by calling 877-TALK-UVA or *UVA1 on an Alltel cellular phone.

Cavalier Sports Weekly presented by The Virginia Lottery, a new half-hour television show, will air Sunday. Wide Receiver Michael McGrew will be the host of the program. The show will recap the complete story from Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech including highlights and reactions from Coach Groh and the Cavalier players. CSW’s Athlete of the Week segment will highlight Dennis Haley and his success this season. The show will also feature highlights from the men’s basketball game on Friday night. Tune in Sunday for all this and more, and stay up-to-date on all of the Virginia athletic action.

Cavalier Sports Weekly Affiliates
Comcast SportsNet: Sunday – 12:30 p.m.
FOX Richmond: Sunday – 11:30 a.m.
WSET-TV (ABC): Lynchburg, Roanoke, Danville – Sunday – Noon
WVIR-TV (NBC): Charlottesville – Sunday – 10:00 a.m.
CSTV: Tuesday – 5:30 p.m.

Monday evening, Cavalier fans have a chance to talk with head coach Al Groh live on Cavalier Call-In. This program airs from 7:06-8:00 p.m. on the Virginia Sports Network. Mac McDonald and Coach Groh will discuss the Georgia Tech game and look ahead to the team’s next game against Virginia Tech. Fans can go one-on-one with the coach by calling 877-TALK-UVA or *UVA1 on an Alltel cellular phone.

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