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Big Ten Network - confirmed frequencies

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During the Illini softball game last night, I found two confirmed frequencies used by the Big Ten Network. A third frequency was found by CloseCall auto store but I never personally heard it, so I don't know if it is real or a false hit.
462.1375 DCS244 coordinating coach interviews between innings
463.5875 DCS244 mentioned "scoreboard clock"
462.2250 DCS244 found by CloseCall Auto Store but never personally verified

The tv camera men wear headsets but they are believed to be wired since I never heard any radio transmissions from them. I have been to a soccer game and volleyball game covered by the Big Ten Network, but never have heard any Big Ten Network radio activity at either of those two events.
 
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