BATON ROUGE -- LSU's Homecoming game against Louisiana-Monroe will be televised on TigerVision, the school's in-house pay-per-view network.
Kickoff for the LSU-ULM game on November 13 in Tiger Stadium is scheduled for 6 p.m. The TigerVision pregame show starts at 5:45 p.m.
Doug Greengard will call the action for the TigerVision telecast with Rene Nadeau handling the game analysis.
Residents in Louisiana can purchase TigerVision through their local cable television system or through The Dish Network or DirecTV. Cable customers are reminded that they must have digital cable capabilities to order the games.
Residents outside Louisiana can purchase the TigerVision broadcast through ESPN's Game Plan package. The ESPN Game Plan coverage of LSU-ULM will be blacked out in Louisiana.
The cost to purchase the game will be $34.50. The ULM game will be LSU's only TigerVision pay-per-view telecast for the 2010 season.