Grand Island, Neb. -
The Victory Sports Network (VSN) will broadcast two of the NAIA's biggest games
of the season on Saturday, November 6, 2010.
Missouri Valley will travel to MidAmerica Nazarene for a 1:00
p.m. CT kickoff while the University of
Saint Francis (Ind.) will travel to Saint Xavier
University for a 1:00 p.m. CT
The Victory Sports Network will
utilize a second Livestream channel for the November 6th broadcast
between USF and SXU which can be found at www.livestream.com/victorysports2. Missouri Valley at MNU will be featured on the
primary VSN channel at www.livestream.com/victorysports.
"We can't pass up the opportunity
to bring the NAIA nation these two games via our Livestream network," said Jason
Dannelly, owner and founder of VSN. "These games will determine spots in the
NAIA Championship Series as well as potential conference titles. The demand from all four schools' fans to
broadcast these games made us realize we needed to be in Chicago and Olathe for both events."
All information on the live "VSN
NAIA Football Game of the Week" is available at http://www.victorysportsnetwork.com. Pregame for both games will be set for 12:45
p.m. CT with kickoff at 1:00 p.m. CT.
John Thayer of VSN will provide the play by play of Missouri
Valley/MidAmerica Nazarene while Jason Dannelly will provide the play by play
This is the ninth season of
coverage from the Victory Sports Network.
Later this season VSN also plans
to produce live coverage on November 14th with the "Selection Sunday Show,"
revealing the 16 teams competing in the 2010 NAIA Football Championship Series.
In total VSN will broadcast 18 live football events
About Victory Sports
Victory Sports Network was founded July 5th 2002 by Jason Dannelly to become a
promoter of NAIA Collegiate athletics. In the past years Dannelly has built very
strong relationships with the NAIA member institutions and their coaches.
Dannelly has published the only magazine dedicated to NAIA athletics, founded
three major sports web sites, and produces weekly features on latest news of the