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UI, Big Ten Reaches Agreement with Sirius XM

Kirk Ferentz will be too busy to listen to the Hawkeyes on Sirius XM Saturday night, but plenty of fans of the Hawkeyes won't be.

Kirk Ferentz will be too busy to listen to the Hawkeyes on Sirius XM Saturday night, but plenty of fans of the Hawkeyes won't be.

Sept. 25, 2009

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    IOWA CITY, Iowa - The UI Atheltics Department and its multi-media partner, Learfield Sports, have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Sirius XM Radio that will provide live coverage of select UI events on the satellite radio system.

    As in the past, fans of the Hawkeyes will be able to listen to the play-by-play broadcast produced by the Hawkeye Radio Network featuring Gary Dolphin, Ed Podolak and Rob Brooks when Iowa is playing a home football game. When the UI is on the road -- as it is today -- the broadcast of the opponent's radio network will be made available.

    Fans of the Hawkeyes who are Sirius customers will hear tonight's game on Channel 212, a "Best of XM" channel on Sirius.

    Fans of the Hawkeyes who are XM Radio customers will hear the game on Channel 196.