NEW ORLEANS – Cox Sports Television announced today the creation of four new shows this fall, all featuring the Arkansas Razorbacks. CST, the regional sports network partner of the Hogs, will begin extensive coverage of the Arkansas football team’s first week of preseason preparation.
RAZORBACK TRAINING CAMP is a weekly 30-minute recap show that makes its debut at 6:30 p.m. this Friday night. The show will feature interviews with coaches, players and special guests along with all the latest news and notes from camp. Alex Perlman will serve as host, with Bo Mattingly providing help as analyst.
On August 22, the 2015 RAZORBACK FOOTBALL PREVIEW will take a step-by-step look into what Hog fans can expect this season. The Perlman-Mattingly duo will break down all aspects of the team, while getting exclusive content from head coach Brett Bielema and his players.
Prior to UA’s season-opener against UTEP in Fayetteville on September 5, an original show will debut. CST’s Kelsey Wingert will host ARKANSAS GAMEDAY the morning of every football Saturday. The live 10:30 a.m. show will become a game day ritual for all Razorback fans as they get ready for Hogs to take the field.
CST also announces the thirty minute Razorback sports magazine show, HOG TALES will return in September. The monthly magazine show will concentrate on all sports on campus with a special behind-the-scenes looks at what it takes before the student-athletes get a chance to get on the field.
CST’s coverage of the Hogs this fall will also include a broadcast of the Arkansas women’s soccer team on the road against Yale. The Razorbacks will travel to New Haven, Conn., on August 28 for a 5 p.m. match against the Bulldogs. Colby Hale’s squad is looking for another deep run into this season’s NCAA Tournament.
In October of this year, CST will be celebrating the network’s 13-year anniversary. Since launch in 2002, CST has grown to nearly 5.5 million viewers, making it one of the fastest growing regional sports networks in the south. The GULF SOUTH SPORTS LEADER can be seen in California, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Georgia and Florida. CST is owned and operated by Cox Communications Louisiana, LLC.