May 15, 2006
Malibu, Calif. - Tuesday's regular-season home finale between Pepperdine and USC can be viewed live on the Internet at www.ESPN360.com, ESPN's customized broadband service that provides users with live games, access to highlights, inside analysis from ESPN commentators and extended SportsCenter interviews. The Waves and Trojans will meet at Eddy D. Field Stadium beginning at 3 p.m.
ESPN360's exclusive coverage of the USC at Pepperdine game will not be available anywhere else - television or online. ESPN360 will roll in trucks and production teams to give the ESPN360 users a quality program they expect from ESPN. The game's commentating team will be Dave Weekley, play-by-play, and John Gregory, analyst. ESPN360 is available in the Long Beach and Los Angeles regions on Charter, Adelphia and Verizon services.
ESPN360 is available on your computer via a high-speed data connection by logging on to www.ESPN360.com. ESPN360 highlights the value of a high-speed connection by combining the best elements of television and the Internet for the computer user.
ESPN360 has agreements in place with Adelphia, Beld, Bend, Charter, Frontier, Grande, Iowa Network Services, Mid-Hudson, MediaCom, Spencer, Municipal Utilities, Starstream Communications, Sus-com, US Cable and Verizon.
For more information fans can call their high-speed Internet provider and ask for ESPN360 or log on to www.ESPN360.com.
Pepperdine enters play against USC with a 36-18 overall record and won a share of the West Coast Conference's (WCC) regular-season title with a 15-6 conference mark. The Waves are co-champions with San Francisco.