Broadcast Game Schedule

Broadcast Game Schedule

 

 KPUG SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE

12/15 NFL – NEW ORLEANS SAINTS AT CHICAGO BEARS 4:45PM
NCAA – WASHINGTON HUSKY BASKETBALL COACHES SHOW 9:00PM #

12/16 RADIO REWIND 5:00PM
NCAA – WASHINGTON STATE COUGAR BASKETBALL COACHES SHOW 6:00PM
PREPS – LYNDEN AT NOOKSACK VALLEY GIRLS 7:00PM

12/17 NCAA – GRAMBLING STATE AT WASHINGTON HUSKIES 7:30PM

12/18 NCAA – WWU WOMEN VS. WEST TEXAS A&M 1:00PM
NCAA – WWU MEN VS. TARLETON STATE 3:15PM
NFL –TENNESSEE TITANS AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 5:25PM %

12/19 NCAA – WWU WOMEN VS. SOUTHERN INDIANA 1:00PM
NCAA – WWU MEN VS. CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO 3:15PM
RADIO REWIND 5:00PM
NFL – NFL PREVIEW 5:30PM
NFL – NFL INSIDER 6:00PM
PREPS – ANACORTES AT FERNDALE BOYS 7:00PM

12/20 NFL – PHILADELPHIA EAGLES AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS 1:00PM
NFL – SAN DIEGO CHARGERS AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 4:00PM

12/21 NFL –GREEN BAY PACKERS AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANERS 9:30AM
NFL – SEATTLE SEAHAWKS AT ARIZONA CARDINALS 3:00PM

12/22 NFL DENVER BRONCOS AT CINCINATTI BENGALS 4:45PM

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