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How To Watch Louisville vs. Virginia Tech

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From the ACC, here's the lowdown on where you can watch tonight's game between the Cardinals and the Hokies.

If you're in Louisville, the game will be on Fox Sports South, which is channel 1724 on u-verse, channel 929 on Time Warner, and channel 646 on DirectTv.

Additionally, ESPN Full Court is having a free preview from January 10-17. The Louisville-Virginia Tech game will be shown there for free on virtually all cable and satellite systems in standard definition (not HD).

For folks living elsewhere around the country, here's your affiliate information from the ACC:

FOX Sports Carolinas FS Carolinas Visit
FOX Sports South FS South Visit
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic Plus CSN-MA + Visit
New England Sports Network Plus NESN + Visit
YES Network YES Visit
FOX Sports Indiana Plus FS Indiana Plus Visit
FOX Sports San Diego FS San Diego Visit
FOX Sports Midwest Plus FS Midwest + Visit
FOX Sports SouthwestAR, LA, Houston FS Southwest Visit
FOX Sports Wisconsin FS Wisconsin Visit
FOX Sports Prime Ticket Prime Ticket Visit
ESPN3 (Subject to Blackout) ESPN3 (Subject to Blackout) Visit
FOX Sports Detroit Plus FOX Sports Detroit + Visit
Sun Sports (South Florida) Sun Sports (South Florida) Visit
FOX Sports Florida (Central and North Florida) FOX Sports Florida (Central and North Florida) Visit
SportsTime Ohio SportsTime Ohio Visit
ROOT Sports Rocky Mtn. ROOT Sports Rocky Mtn. Visit
ROOT Sports Northwest ROOT Sports Northwest Visit

RSN Package

  • FOX Sports Carolinas (FS Carolinas) - covers the states of North Carolina and South Carolina.
  • FOX Sports South (FS South) - covers six states in the southeastern portion of the country: Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky.
  • SUN Sports (SUN) or FOX Sports Florida (FS Florida) - both cover the state of Florida.
  • Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic (CSN Mid-Atlantic) - covers the states of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, and parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
  • New England Sports Network (NESN) - covers the New England states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.