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Charter customers can watch Mizzou-Vanderbilt game

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(Missouri Football App) – The Tigers contest with Vanderbilt will be televised in many parts of Missouri.

The game will be carried by Comcast Sports South (CSS) and several stations around Missouri will pick up the CSS feed. Those in the St. Louis area can view the game, which starts at 6:30p.m. Saturday, on Charter Cable channel 224.

Here is a list of affiliates for the game:

Cape Girardeau – Charter Cable (Channel 224) / Comcast Cable (Analog Channel 96 / HD Channel 395)

Columbia – KQFX

Kansas City – KCTV

Springfield – KOZL

St. Joseph – KNPN

St. Louis – Charter Cable (Channel 224)

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