SBU-SLU game unable to be streamed free due to TV contracts

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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. – Due to existing television contractual agreements, the St. Bonaventure Athletic Department is unable to stream today’s Saint Louis-St. Bonaventure men’s basketball game for free.

We apologize for any inconvenience. The game is also available on Time Warner Cable Sports, and in the St. Louis market (FOX Sports Midwest +).

Additionally, per TV contractual agreements, the video stream will be blacked out in New York State. A monthly subscription is available for just $9.95. There is no single-game subscription option. However, it is important to note that the $9.95 monthly fee will ensure fans see all remaining St. Bonaventure home games – including those also broadcast on television – and will also provide access to all video-streamed Bonaventure road games as well. Furthermore, fans with existing CBS All-Access accounts will be able to view the game utilizing their already-created login information.

The monthly subscription is for 30 days from the date of signup. The same username and password may be used to access any content – both free and paid – on the CBS All-Access Player during that time.

St. Bonaventure has two remaining home games which will be broadcast by Time Warner: Saturday, Feb. 2, versus Duquesne and Wednesday, Feb. 20, against Massachusetts.

Tickets for the Bonnies Homecoming affair with Saint Louis this afternoon at 4 are going fast. They may be purchased in person at the SBU Ticket Office beginning at 2 p.m., online via this link, over the phone at 716-375-2500 or by

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