|The Aztecs and Rainbow Warriors will air on Time Warner Cable Sports Network at 9 p.m. PT.|
SAN DIEGO - Saturday's San Diego State football game at Hawai'i will be televised locally on Time Warner Cable Sports Network (TWCSN), starting at 6 p.m. HT (9 p.m. PT). Aztec fans may also tune into the Mighty 1090 AM or the MAX 105.7 FM, where the pregame show begins at 5 p.m. HT (8 p.m. PT).
SDSU heads into Saturday's contest with a 2-3 overall record and a 1-0 mark in the Mountain West after opening conference play with a 21-7 victory over Fresno State at Qualcomm Stadium on Oct. 3. The Aztecs surrendered just 89 yards to the Bulldogs in that game, marking the lowest total in a game between FBS teams this season. In addition, a win against Hawai'i would give Rocky Long career victory No. 100 as a head coach.
The Rainbow Warriors (2-3, 0-1 MW), meanwhile, return to Honolulu after suffering a 55-0 loss at Boise State in their league opener last week. Hawai'i won its two previous home games this year, defeating Colorado 28-20 on Sept. 5, before downing UC Davis 47-27 on Sept. 19. However, San Diego State has emerged triumphant in five of the last six visits to Aloha Stadium, including a 28-21 overtime victory in 2013.
A direct link to Time Warner Cable Sports Network's channel finder can be found at . Once on the TWCSN site, fans will be asked to enter in their zip code and service provider to determine availability on the following channels:
Cox (San Diego) 1071 HD / 71
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