Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. TCU: Game Time, Broadcast Map, Announcers


Sep 13, 2014; Fort Worth, TX, USA; Minnesota Golden Gophers quarterback Mitch Leidner (7) is tackled by TCU Horned Frogs linebacker Marcus Mallet (54) in the first quarterat Amon G. Carter Stadium. The Frog Horns won30-7. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The Minnesota Golden Gophers will welcome the No. 2-ranked Texas Christian Horned Frogs to TCF Bank Stadium on Thursday night, on the first night of college football action for the 2015 season. After a 30-7 loss to the Horned Frogs in Fort Worth early last season, the Gophers will try to hang tough in the rematch with the backdrop of home field advantage.

Here’s where you can watch and listen to Thursday night’s game, which is set to kickoff just after 8 p.m Central time (9 p.m Eastern), along with the applicable broadcast teams you can see and hear.


Broadcast Team: Dave Pasch (play-by play), Brian Griese (analyst), Tom Luginbill (sideline)


Local Radio (Twin Cities area): KOOL 108-107.9 FM/Gopher Radio Network
Internet: Gophersports.com

Broadcast Team: Mike Grimm (play-by-play), Darrell Thompson (analyst), Justin Gaard (sideline)

The trio of Pasch, Griese and Luginbill is definitely not one of ESPN’s top college football broadcast teams, but with a full slate of games coming on the first Saturday of the season that could be expected.

If the Gophers can pull a big upset over the Horned Frogs, or just make things interesting deep into the fourth quarter, they will grab plenty of national attention going forward.

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