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All 12 UH Football Games On Air Or Online This Year

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If you've got a TV screen or a computer, you can watch every second of UH Cougar football this coming season, the school announced today.

The catch is you have to have CBS's college-sports channel and CSS in your cable/dish/whatever package. But if you do, then you're golden and you won't miss even a play of, say, the Coog-Tulane showdown.

There are three Thursday-night games and another on a Friday night.

The schedule, along with game times:

(FSN is Fox Sports Network, ESPN3.com is online streaming, CSS is a Comcast sports network,, and CBSSN is CBS' college football group of channels.)

Sat., Sept. 3 -- UCLA (FSN, time to be determined) Sat., Sept. 10 -- at North Texas (ESPN3.com, 6 p.m.) Sat., Sept. 17 -- at Louisiana Tech (ESPN3.com, 6 p.m.) Sat., Sept. 24 -- Georgia State (CSS, to be determined) Thurs., Sept. 29 -- at UTEP (CBSSN , 7 p.m.) Sat., Oct. 8 -- East Carolina (CBSSN, 6 p.m.) Sat., Oct. 22 -- Marshall (CSS, to be determined) Thurs., Oct. 27 -- Rice (FSN, 7 p.m.) Sat., Nov. 5 -- at UAB (CBSSN, 6 p.m.) Thurs., Nov. 10 -- at Tulane (CBSSN, 7 p.m.) Sat., Nov. 19 -- SMU (FSN, to be determined) Fri., Nov. 25 -- at Tulsa (FSN, 11 a.m.)

All times are Central.

Of note: The time of the homecoming game against Marshall is TBD, which kind of makes it difficult to make plans.

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