How to Watch JMU-South Alabama

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By Bennett Conlin

Answering this question is significantly easier than last week. A week ago, the Dukes faced Utah State on the Mountain West Network.

JMU fans seemingly found the game, giving them a chance to listen in to an unprofessional announcing crew and watch some unique camera angles! The broadcast will almost certainly be better this week, with the undefeated Dukes’ game with South Alabama airing on an ESPN Network.

The basics

Kickoff: Saturday, Sept. 30 at noon ET

Location: Harrisonburg, Virginia

Network: ESPNU

Announcers: Courtney Lyle will handle play-by-play duties, with Hutson Mason working as the color commentator.

ESPNU is available on most cable/streaming packages.

This will be JMU’s second game on ESPNU so far this season. The Dukes defeated UVA 36-35 in Week 2 in a noon game that aired on ESPNU.

Tickets/Watch Parties

The game is technically sold out, which means fans seeking tickets will need to take to the secondary ticketing market to find seats.

StubHub has some tickets left at the time of publication, with ticket prices ranging from $60-450. The priciest tickets appear to be club seats, which feature a bunch of perks.

There are also several watch parties being hosted nationwide by the JMU Alumni Association. Those official watch parties will be in New York, Philadelphia, San Antonio, and Williamsburg.

Editor’s note: Any questions about how to watch the game? Drop us a comment, and we’ll try to answer it as fast as we can.

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