Sixteen of the best high school football teams in Tennessee will take the field December 2 – 4 in the 2010 BlueCross Bowl, the TSSAA’s Football state championships in Cookeville, Tennessee, and Nashville Public Television, together with all of Tennessee’s public television stations, will bring you all of the action live.
The games will be broadcast LIVE from Tennessee Tech University on the Tennessee Public Television Council stations, serving Chattanooga, Cookeville, Martin, Jackson, Tri-Cities, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville. The stations and over-the-air broadcast channel numbers are provided below, but check local listings for the channel number on your cable or satellite provider.
WTCI–TV Chattanooga | Channel 45
WCTE–TV Cookeville | Channel 22
WLJT–TV Martin/Jackson | Channel 11
WETP–TV Tri-Cities | Channel 2
WKOP–TV Knoxville | Channel 15
WKNO–TV Memphis | Channel 10
WNPT–TV Nashville | Channel 8
The matchups and broadcast times for the 2010 BlueCross Bowl (with viewing market in parentheses) are:
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2010
Division II, Class 1A - 3:30pm CT | 4:30pm ET – Knoxville Webb (Knoxville) vs St. George’s (Memphis)
Division II, Class 2A - 7:00pm CT | 8:00pm ET - Baylor (Chattanooga) vs Ensworth (Nashville)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2010
Division I, Class 1A - 12:00pm CT | 1:00pm ET - South Pittsburg (Chattanooga) vs Jo Byrns (Nashville)
Division I, Class 3A - 3:30pm CT | 4:30pm ET - Alcoa (Knoxville) vs Goodpasture (Nashville)
Division I, Class 5A - 7:00pm CT | 8:00pm ET - Hendersonville (Nashville) vs Columbia (Nashville)
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2010
Division I, Class 2A - 12:00pm CT | 1:00pm ET - Signal Mountain (Chattanooga) vs Trinity Christian (Jackson)
Division I, Class 4A - 3:30pm CT | 4:30pm ET - Greeneville (Tri Cities) vs Trezevant (Jackson)
Division I, Class 6A - 7:00pm CT | 8:00pm ET - Maryville (Knoxville) vs Smyrna (Nashville)
The 2010 BlueCross Bowl championship games are presented by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA), BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office, the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee Tech University and the TSSAA Network.