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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University men's basketball announced Wednesday its complete slate of broadcast regular season games for the 2019-20 season.

Belmont men's basketball has had a program-record 104 televised games over the past seven seasons - and with the Ohio Valley Conference media rights' agreement with ESPN - catching every second of Bruin action has never been easier.

The Nov. 16 date at Boston College will air on ACC Network, beginning a series of high-profile matchups for the Bruins.

Belmont will continue play in the Gotham Classic Nov. 23 at defending Atlantic 10 Conference champion Saint Louis on Fox Sports Midwest.

Meanwhile, the Belmont-Alabama game in Huntsville Dec. 21 will air on SEC Network.

The Bruins also receive two clearances on longstanding partner, Stadium Network: Nov. 30 at Middle Tennessee and Dec. 28 at Western Kentucky.

As was announced last month, Belmont will be featured three consecutive weeks on the ESPN family of networks in the month of January: Jan. 16 vs. Eastern Kentucky, Jan. 23 at Murray State and Jan. 30 at Tennessee Tech.

Moreover, an additional 21 Belmont men's basketball regular season games will be available on ESPN's direct-to-consumer (DTC) streaming service ESPN+

Other television partnership announcements could come at a future date. will provide complete channel listings for all televised games (in game preview stories and @BelmontMBB), based on cable and satellite provider.

Award-winning broadcaster Kevin Ingram returns for his 17th season as Voice of the Bruins.

Belmont Basketball 2019-20 Regular Season Linear Television Schedule
Nov. 16 at Boston College (ACC Network)
Nov. 23 at Saint Louis (Fox Sports Midwest)
Nov. 30 at Middle Tennessee (Stadium)
Dec. 21 vs. Alabama (SEC Network)
Dec. 28 at Western Kentucky (Stadium)
Jan. 16 vs. Eastern Kentucky (ESPNU)
Jan. 23 at Murray State (ESPN2)
Jan. 30 at Tennessee Tech (ESPNU)

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Belmont University men's basketball has earned postseason invitations 13 of the last 14 seasons, including eight berths to the NCAA Tournament. The Bruins have won 17 conference championships since 2006 - third-most nationally over that span (Gonzaga, Kansas). Belmont is one of only six NCAA Division I programs outside the Power 5 to post Top 100 RPIs nine consecutive seasons (BYU, Gonzaga, Saint Mary's (CA), San Diego State, Wichita State). Belmont is one of only nine NCAA Division I programs to win 19 or more games 14 consecutive seasons (BYU, Duke, Gonzaga, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan State, North Carolina, San Diego State). Belmont University men's basketball boasts an NCAA-leading 17 CoSIDA Academic All-America selections since 2001 and is the only NCAA Division I program to make the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) Honor Roll every year of existence.