It was just about a month ago that the Boston College Eagles defeated the Clemson Tigers on their home court. But now it’s senior night at Littlejohn Coliseum, and the Tigers are hoping to end a mini two-game losing streak to BC.
Both teams are looking to improve their position heading into the ACC tournament next week, but Clemson comes into Tuesdays matchup reeling just a bit, having lost their last four games — although a few of those were against top-tier competition. The Eagles, meanwhile, just haven’t been very good on the road this season, earning just a 2-7 mark away from the Conte Forum.
Check out the grid below for a complete list of television providers and corresponding channels to see how you can catch the Eagles and Tigers live on NESNPlus at 7 p.m. ET.
Channel listings subject to change.
|2013 NESNplus CHANNEL LISTINGS||NESNplus||NESNplus HD|
|Thames Valley Communications||90.6 HD and no converter||97 with HD converter|
|Bee Line Cable – Millinocket||19||TBD|
|Bee Line Cable – Madison & Wilton||20||TBD|
|Technical limitations prevent some service providers from being able to carry NESNplus and/or NESNplus HD|
|*NESNplus HD may not be available in all areas|
|**Available in HD only|
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Photo via Wikimedia Commons/Littlejohn Coliseum