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SIRIUS Satellite Radio Louisville Broadcasts

SIRIUS Satellite Radio, Nelligan Sports Marketing, the University of Louisville and CSTV: College Sports Television announced an agreement on Jan. 10, 2005, making SIRIUS the Official Satellite Radio Partner of the University of Louisville. SIRIUS will broadcast select play-by-play sports of Louisville's nationally ranked college basketball and football teams

  • 2011 U of L Football Games on Sirius Satellite Radio
  • 2011-12 U of L Men's

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