All Scots Games Will Be on TV This Year

If you can’t make it to the Highland Park football games this fall, you will only need a remote or a DVR to watch all the action.

For the first time, the Scots will have all 10 of their regular-season games broadcast on television thanks to an agreement between HPISD and independent station KTXD-TV (Channel 47). The broadcasts will be produced by Bear Wire Video, which is based in Preston Hollow.

The games won’t be shown live because of UIL stipulations, but will air on a tape-delayed basis at 11 p.m. on Fridays and noon on Saturdays, with the exception of the season opener against Frisco Centennial as part of the Tom Landry Classic. That game will be played on a Saturday (Aug. 30), so the broadcast times will be pushed back accordingly.

As they say, check with your cable or satellite provider to find the correct channel number.

By Todd Jorgenson Jul. 22, 2014 | 1:24 pm | 2 Comments | Comments RSS
2 comments to "All Scots Games Will Be on TV This Year"
  1. Dan Koller @ July 22, 2014 at 3:46 pm
    Am I too late to apply for a gig in the booth? I’d also consider a role as the Erin Andrews surrogate on the sidelines.

  2. Sarah Bennett @ July 22, 2014 at 4:10 pm
    You’re a total shoe-in for Erin Andrews, Dan.

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