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According to arenafootball.com, the AFL (not to be confused with Aussie Football) has reached a deal with Fox Regional Sports Networks to show regional game telecasts on Fridays and Saturdays, in conjunction with NBC's exclusive Sunday telecasts. This will provide a much greater exposure for the league and will allow fans to more closely follow their regional teams. Here's a breakdown of who will be shown where:

Sunshine: Tampa Bay Storm and Orlando Predators

FSN Arizona: Arizona Rattlers

FSN Detroit: Grand Rapids Rampage

FSN Rocky Mountain: Colorado Crush

FSN South: Georgia Force and Nashville Kats

FSN Southwest: Austin Wranglers, Dallas Desperados, and New Orleans VooDoo

FSN West: Las Vegas Gladiators and Los Angeles Avengers

FSN Bay Area: San Jose Sabercats

FSN Chicago: Chicago Rush

FSN New York: New York Dragons

FSN Ohio: Columbus Destroyers

You can view the entire FSN TV schedule here.

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jeez no network for the soul?

you can thank Comcrap ur i mean Comcast for that one

It's not Comcrap, it's CommunistCast. And you can give a dollar for each time you use it. :flagminnesota:

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thank god the FL teams are on Sunshine, they have better coverage of everything

I'm surprised that Fox hasn't decided to re-brand Sunshine as FSN Florida 2.

Oh, I had thought that C*x and Time Warner had stakes in Sunshine. Fox apparently bought them out.

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What of Midwest? They're from Cincinatti to Indianapolis.

Other than Chicago and Columbus, which are already covered, no other teams are in the Midwest area, save Austin, Dallas, and new Orleans which are covered by FSN Southwest. Detroit and Indiana got pulled so that eliminates those two. But they will probably carry one of the other teams, Chicago or Columbus, kinda like San Antonio gets Houston Texans and Dallas Cowboys games.

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