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Times to livestream football

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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J.T. Jeffries
For two years now, The Brazil Times has offered live footage of Clay County basketball games on its website, www.thebraziltimes.com.

This year, The Times will expand the athletic footage to include football games.

Beginning Sept. 7, residents in the county and out-of-county areas will be able to watch the three remaining home games for the Northview High School football Knights.

Northview has three remaining home games on its schedule, including a Sept. 7 home game against Western Indiana Conference foe Sullivan, a Sept. 28 bout against WIC opponent South Vermillion and the Oct. 12 regular season finale against Brown County, also of the WIC.

Two of the three games are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. The Brown County game is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m.

The Times will offer a short pre-game coverage prior to kickoff.

Once again, Northview graduate J.T. Jeffries will provide play-by-play commentary of the games.

"We're very excited to be able to livestream football games to the general public," Times' Managing Editor Jason Moon said. "We're looking forward to the opportunity."

In addition to the football games, The Times will also livestream halftime footage, featuring the Northview Marching Knights.

Currently, the Knights are 1-1 on the season, having knocked off WIC foe Edgewood, 20-13, in the second week of the season. Northview opened the 2012 campaign with an 18-9 loss to Indianapolis Broad Ripple.

The Knights are coached by George Gettle. In 11 seasons, Gettle has amassed a record of 66-37.

Those interested in watching the livestream footage may click on the Brazil video button on the left side of the website. From there, users will gain access to the video.


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this is great !!!!!!!!!

-- Posted by mikesusiebrazil on Wed, Aug 29, 2012, at 10:23 PM


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