GAMEDAY: FSU vs. Bellarmine (Regional Final)

Tuesday, March 15
NCAA-II Midwest Region Championship
Ferris State vs. Bellarmine (Ky.), 7 p.m.

Live On Sunny 97.3 FM (Rob Bentley - Play by Play)
Live Ferris State Game Blog
Live Bulldog Sports Network Audio Broadcast
Live America One Video Webcast
Live Internet Statistics
Live Facebook Scoring Updates
Live Twitter Scoring Updates

Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University men's basketball team will take on Bellarmine (Ky.) in the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Championship Game on Tuesday (March 15) night at Knights Hall in Louisville, Ky.

The sixth-seeded Bulldogs and the top-seeded hosts will tipoff at 7 p.m. (ET) in the NCAA-II Sweet Sixteen with a trip to the Elite Eight on the line.

The Buffalo Wild Wings location in Big Rapids will hold a live "Watch Party" on Tuesday for the Bulldogs' NCAA regional final against Bellarmine and fans unable to make the trip to Louisville can watch the contest.

FSU Athletics will provide a live game blog over the internet with continuous running commentary and scoring updates.  Fans will also have the ability to post approved messages and chat.

Local radio station Sunny 97.3 FM, in conjunction with the Bulldog Sports Network, will broadcast Sunday's outing live from Bellarmine University's Knights Hall. FSU Associate Athletics Communications Director Rob Bentley will provide the play-by-play coverage for the contest with pregame coverage starting one-half hour prior to game time at 6:30 p.m. (ET).

In addition to Sunny 97.3's live broadcast, the live audio feed will also be streamed online by the Bulldog Sports Network at www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com and can be found by clicking on the "Bulldog Athletics Webcast" icon.

Besides the Bulldog Sports Network coverage, Bellarmine University will also provide live internet statistics along with a free live video webcast via America One.  Fans can also follow live FSU twitter and facebook scoring updates.  Links for all available coverage can be found at www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com (see above).

The Midwest Regional champion will advance to the 2011 NCAA Division II Elite Eight set for March 23-26 at the MassMutual in Springfield, Mass.

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