CBS Sports extends TV partnership with Army through 2022 season
All Army home games will be on CBS Sports Network for the next five years
CBS Sports and Army announced an extension of their existing television rights contract on Wednesday, putting every Army home game on CBS Sports Network until 2022.
"Army remains one of the cornerstones of our college sports coverage at CBS Sports and extending this partnership was an important priority," said Dan Weinberg, Executive Vice President of Programming, CBS Sports. "We value the tradition and prestige that this relationship brings to CBS and look forward to further showcasing the programs of this unique and wonderful institution."
All seven of Army's home games were already scheduled to air on CBS Sports Network in 2017, and the annual Army-Navy game airs annually on CBS at the end of the season. In addition to the home football games, CBS Sports Network will have options for Army basketball and lacrosse.
Earlier this year, CBS Sports and Army-Navy agreed to an all-encompassing 10-year deal extending its broadcast, cable and digital rights for the game through 2028.
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