South Carolina Baseball Announces 2010 TV Schedule
The South Carolina baseball team will have 13 regular season games televised for the 2010 season.  SportSouth will carry nine home baseball games with CSS televising three games and ESPNU also airing one contest.  All home games not televised will also be streamed live on GamecocksOnline.com.
 
The South Carolina baseball team will have 13 regular season games televised for the 2010 season. SportSouth will carry nine home baseball games with CSS televising three games and ESPNU also airing one contest. All home games not televised will also be streamed live on GamecocksOnline.com.

Feb. 10, 2010

Columbia, S.C. - The South Carolina baseball team will have 13 regular season games televised for the 2010 season. SportSouth will carry nine home baseball games with CSS televising three games and ESPNU also airing one contest. All home games not televised will also be streamed live on GamecocksOnline.com.

Here is the complete TV schedule as of February 10, 2010. Please note the game time changes in bold.

Tuesday, March 23 - South Carolina at Georgia Southern - 7 p.m. ET (CSS)
Saturday, March 27 - South Carolina at Auburn - 1 p.m. ET (CSS)

Saturday, April 3 - Mississippi State at South Carolina - 4 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Sunday, April 4 - Mississippi State at South Carolina - 2 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Tuesday, April 7 - College of Charleston at South Carolina - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Friday, April 16 - South Carolina vs. Ole Miss - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Saturday, April 17 - South Carolina vs. Ole Miss - 3 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Saturday, May 1 - Alabama at South Carolina - 1 p.m. ET (CSS)

Tuesday, May 11 - South Carolina vs. Wofford - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Tuesday, May 18 - South Carolina vs. Furman - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Thursday, May 20 - South Carolina vs. Florida - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Friday, May 21 - South Carolina vs. Florida - 7 p.m. ET (SportSouth)
Saturday, May 22 - South Carolina vs. Florida - 4 p.m. ET (SportSouth)

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The regional sports networks serving the Southeast - FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas and FOX Sports Tennessee - collectively reach more than 12.6 million cable and satellite television households in seven states in the Southeast. SportSouth reaches more than 9.4 million homes in six Southeastern states.