FRESNO, Calif. – Fresno State Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, announced Tuesday that KSEE24-TV (NBC) will broadcast the Bulldogs’ upcoming football game against Hawai’i.

The game is scheduled for a 9 p.m. PT kick off in Honolulu on Saturday, Sept. 28.

KSEE24’s broadcast will allow fans in the Valley an opportunity to watch the game live – and will be the only viewing option available. KSEE is Fresno’s NBC affiliate owned and operated by Nexstar Broadcasting.

“Having great partners with KSEE-TV and Bulldog Sports Properties enabled us to bring this game back to the Valley,” said Fresno State Senior Associate Athletics Director/External Relations Paul Ladwig. “We know there is great interest in Fresno State Football and being able to take care of fans in this way helps the entire program in many ways.”

On game day there will be an hour long pre-game program for fans on KSEE24, with live coverage from Aloha Stadium beginning at 8 p.m., followed by kick off at 9 p.m.

“KSEE24 is very much looking forward to broadcasting the Fresno State/Hawaii game on September 28,” said Vice President and General Manager Matthew Rosenfeld. “For years, we have enjoyed our partnership with Fresno State Athletics and Bulldog Sports Properties to produce The Bulldog Insider.”

With the approaching trip to Hawai’i will mark the `Dogs first road contest of the season following an unprecedented situation with the flooding in Boulder that caused the Bulldogs and Buffaloes to postpone its game.

Fresno State will now seek its first road victory with its 22nd consecutive regular season meeting when they travel to Hawai’i. Fresno State defeated the Warriors last season at Bulldog Stadium 45-10 behind an offensive outpouring in the first half that amounted to 428 yards of offense in the first 30 minutes.