CLEVELAND, Ohio – A total of four Cleveland State men’s basketball games will be aired on SportsTime Ohio and Presented by Cedar Point this year as part of an agreement between CSU, Learfield Sports and SportsTime Ohio.

“Cleveland State aspires to get as many of our games on over-the-air television as possible,” CSU Director of Athletics John Parry said. “I am pleased that SportsTime Ohio, Cedar Point and Learfield Sports have worked together to add these four games.”

As part of the agreement, SportsTime Ohio will televise four Viking basketball games this year, starting with the Dec. 21 contest against San Francisco in the Wolstein Center. SportsTime Ohio will also air the game at UIC on Jan. 4, the home contest against Wright State on Feb. 7 and the game at Western Carolina on Feb. 17.

Al Pawlowski will serve as the play-by-play voice, while former Viking Pat Vuyancih, who played on CSU’s Sweet 16 squad in 1986, will provide the color commentary of games.
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Ed Daugherty will fill-in for Pawlowski on the radio broadcasts for the four games on SportsTime Ohio.

Learfield Sports is the multi-media rights holder for Cleveland State Athletics and its local, dedicated entity is Viking Sports Properties.

Cleveland State Men’s Basketball Games on SportsTime Ohio
Sunday, December 21, 2014: 1:00 pm (ET) vs. San Francisco
Sunday, January 4, 2014: 4:00 pm (ET) at UIC
Saturday, February 7, 2015: 2:00 pm (ET) vs. Wright State
Tuesday, February 17, 2015: 7:00 pm (ET) at Western Carolina

In addition to the four games on SportsTime Ohio, CSU’s home games against Milwaukee (Jan. 2) and Green Bay (Jan. 31) will be shown live on Time Warner Sports Channel.

The Vikings will also be seen on national television five times during the remainder of the season, beginning with the Dec. 18 game at Virginia on ESPNU. CSU will also be on ESPNU or ESPN3 at home versus Detroit on Jan. 23, on ESPN2 or ESPNU at Detroit on Feb. 13, on ESPN2 at Green Bay on Feb. 20 and on ESPNU against Valparaiso on Feb. 27 in the Wolstein Center.

Along with the televised games, Cleveland State is pushing all broadcasts of home games to the ESPN3 digital platform.