Watch Your Rebels Live, In 3-D!

Aug. 24, 2011

LAS VEGAS ( - A total of seven announcers working for two different ESPN production teams will describe the action when UNLV football opens its season Sept. 1 at Camp Randall Stadium vs. Wisconsin.

The game, which kicks off ESPN's 2011 college football coverage, is set for prime time in the Eastern Time Zone (8 p.m. ET and 5 p.m. PT) and will be available via various platforms: on ESPN HD, online at ESPN3 and for the first time ever, fans can watch their Rebels in 3-D. With the help of a separate production truck and nine 3-D cameras, UNLV at Wisconsin is the first of 20 regular-season matchups and six bowl games that will be televised this season by ESPN 3D.

The announcing teams traveling to Madison are as follows: (ESPN HD) Reece Davis, Craig James and Jesse Palmer in the booth and Jenn Brown on the sidelines; (ESPN 3D) Dave Lamont and Tim Brown upstairs and David Diaz-Infante reporting from the field.

Fans unable to enjoy one of the ESPN offerings can listen to UNLV's radio broadcast on ESPN 1100 AM & 98.9 FM. Play-by-play announcer Jon Sandler returns this fall to call the action along with analyst Mike Pritchard, who begins his sixth year with the program.

The Rebels' home opener is set for Sept. 17 vs. Hawaii at 7 p.m. PT. Season and single-game tickets are on sale now by calling 739-FANS (3267) or logging on to



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