VSN All-Star Football Game set for broadcast
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
VSN All-Star Football Game set for broadcast

LEBANON, Tenn. – The Victory Sports Network’s Fifth Annual Senior Classic will be broadcast over the internet at www.victorysportsnetwork.com this Saturday at Noon CT from Salina Stadium in Salina, Kan. The video pregame show will start at 11:30 a.m. Cumberland players Melvin Armstrong and Mitch Reynolds along with the Bulldog coaching staff will be part of the game.

The VSN NAIA Football Game of the Week will be available by clicking the “Live Streaming” link on the upper right hand side of the page at http://www.victorysportsnetwork.com/, which will connect to the VSN Livestream channel. John Thayer will provide the play-by-play while Jason Dannelly, VSN creator and director, will handle color commentary and Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner Dr. Scott Crawford and crew will help produce the event. The broadcast will also include halftime interviews with a variety of people.

Complete game rosters, records and other feature stories on the game are available on the Victory Sports Network’s web site. This is the second year in a row the game has been held in Salina, Kan. with the first three Senior Classics played in Platte City, Mo.

About Victory Sports Network
The Victory Sports Network was founded July 5, 2002, by Jason Dannelly to become a promoter of NAIA Collegiate athletics. In the past years Dannelly has built very strong relationships with the NAIA member institutions and their coaches. Dannelly has published the only magazine dedicated to NAIA athletics, founded three major sports websites, and produces weekly features on latest news of the NAIA.

VSN’s mission is to give fans, coaches and players of small college athletics a place to find out the latest information on the NAIA and interact socially with others who are interested in NAIA athletics.