Can’t make it to the Pit or just staying home to watch? Here’s how to watch the UNM-Boise State showdown - Albuquerque Journal

Can’t make it to the Pit or just staying home to watch? Here’s how to watch the UNM-Boise State showdown

It’s “Pajama Party” night at the Lobos game tonight against the Boise State Broncos — a fitting theme, since the game begins well into the evening at 9 p.m.

As of Friday morning, the Pit had sold just nearly 13,000 tickets to the late-night matchup, with 37 of 40 suites reserved. For those who can’t make it to the game, or those who’d rather don their PJs at home under some cozy blankets, there are a few other options for watching the action.

TV: Just because you’re not sitting in the bleachers, that doesn’t mean you can’t still catch a glimpse of the most exciting plays of the night. Basketball fans can watch the game on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) through their television provider or via Fox’s online stream.

RADIO: For the audio-inclined, whether you’re on the road or doing too many house chores to plop down on the couch and watch the game, KKOB News Radio will be airing the match on 96.3 FM.

TWITTER: For live coverage, follow Journal sports writer Geoff Grammer on Twitter.

FACEBOOK LIVE: Grammer will also give a livestream appearance from the game on the Albuquerque Journal’s Facebook page.

For more details and statistics in the lead-up to tonight’s game, check out Grammer’s preview.

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