Audio for Georgetown Football Opener at Holy Cross Available

Sept. 3, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Georgetown University will provide live audio of Saturday's football season opener at Holy Cross through the athletics department website,

The Hoyas open the 2009 season on Saturday, Sept. 5, visiting Patriot League favorite Holy Cross at Fitton Field in Worcester, Mass.

Live audio of the game will be available on the Georgetown Athletics website - - with Chuck Timanus calling all of the action. Timanus has been the "Voice of HoyaVision" since the 2002 lacrosse season. This will be his seventh year handling the play-by-play for Hoya football. He has also called men's and women's lacrosse, women's basketball and baseball for Georgetown. A veteran of five decades of play-by-play, Timanus has covered games on radio, television and the internet for the United States Air Force Academy, Northern State University (S.D.), American University and George Mason University. Timanus is a native of Cortland, N.Y. and attended American University and Cortland State.

Georgetown Athletics will provide live audio free of charge for every away game this season. Fans can tune in to the game 10 minutes prior to kickoff for the pregame show. The link for each game will available on the calendar on the front page of and can also be found within each game preview.

Georgetown home football games will be available on HoyaVision, where live video of the game will be provided, with Timanus at the call.



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