Mocs Offering Second-Screen Experience For WKU Game

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

The calendar year 2020 marks the first time since 1944 the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will not host a home football game.  In order to add some excitement to the lone contest of the fall this Saturday at Western Kentucky, UTC is offering a unique second-screen experience free to all fans.

 

The "Mocs Homescreen" is a combination of UTC's Radio Broadcast on WFLI 97.7 FM and the ESPN3 broadcast produced by Western Kentucky.  Designed and produced by UTC's MocsVision crew, the Mocs Homescreen includes elements you would traditionally see on the video board at Finley Stadium.

 

Check out the lineups, promos, graphics and game notes throughout the afternoon.  Other features include live stats updates and social media posts from fans.  The Mocs Homescreen gives fans at home an in-venue feel to their gameday experience, wherever they are.  This exciting initiative will get any Mocs fan fired up for the lone contest of the fall.

 

The Mocs Homescreen is available on Gameday on the Mocs football schedule page on GoMocs.com.  Fans can access the Mocs Homescreen 15 minutes prior to kickoff on Saturday.  Hosted on our YouTube page, Youtube.com/ChattanoogaMocsAthletics, it is a free feature to all fans.

 

The Mocs lone game of the fall at Western Kentucky on Saturday, Oct.

24 kicks off at 4:00 p.m. (E.D.T.) at Houchens-Smith Stadium in Bowling Green. Be sure to check out the inaugural second-screen experience along with links for the Mocs Sports Network radio broadcast, and the ESPN3 stream also available on the football schedule page on GoMocs.com.


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