C-USA

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C-USAConference USA
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This includes more than 250 games from the ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, C-USA, MWC, Pac-10, and SEC throughout the entire college football season via Charter's broadcast partners ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNU, and CSTV.
There is also resistance from Louisville, DePaul, Saint Louis, Cincinnati and Marquette, who are against adding the schools because they would give the league 14 schools that play basketball (Army and East Carolina are members of C-USA in football only).
IRVING, Texas -- CSTV Agreement creates an extensive multi-media and marketing partnership featuring all C-USA sports
The C-USA content granted to ESPN may also be available through the collection of ESPN entities such as ESPN Mobile (wireless), ESPN Interactive, ESPN Broadband (ESPN 360), ESPN.
Beginning in 2005-06, C-USA will consist of 12 member institutions that all participate in football and men's and women's basketball - East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP.
Coverage of all 19 regular season Olympic sports events, including significant coverage of C-USA women's sports
TCU athletic director Eric Hyman said Saturday that C-USA athletic directors and the conference commissioner will discuss the situation and hope to have a resolution in the next few days.
C-USA could have had a fifth entry, except Alabama-Birmingham imploded in February.