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KSBI-TV adding college game show to lineup, expanding high school football coverage

Melissa Hayer Published: August 25, 2011

Oklahoma City-based KSBI-TV has added the local game show “Mind Games” to its lineup, with its debut airing at  8 p.m. on Sept. 28.

Students from two Oklahoma colleges or universities will compete in a battle of the brains each week, according to a news release.

Students will battle for $200,000 in scholarships in the game show sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation.

The competition will consist of teams from across the state competing in athletic-style brackets, with each week’s winners advancing to the next level of competition.

Teams from over 16 schools have already signed up for the games, with schools selecting their own teams and being able to enter multiple teams.

Schools may register at by clicking on Mind Games in the top banner.

- KSBI-TV is also expanding its fall high school football coverage by partnering with Sonic Restaurants to host a high school football scoreboard with live, high definition coverage from 2-6 metro area games on Thursday and Friday evenings.

The Sonic High School Football Scoreboard will cut in to regular programming every 30 minutes from 7  to 10:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday evenings.

KSBI sports reporters Brian Birchell, Abigail Ogle and Mary-Rachel Redman will be providing live sidelines reports from area games and there will also be a live studio scoreboard of all area Thursday and Friday matchups.

- On another programming note, KSBI has announced it’s movng its locally-produced show “All About You” from 11 a.m.-noon to 10-11 p.m. Monday through Friday.

“All About You” is a talk/variety program featuring fashion, makeup, fitness, health, career planning, financial advice, sports and music, and is hosted by Kealey McIntire.

KSBI-TV can be found on Channel 52, Cox Channel 7 and 707 HD and 52.1 on Dish and DirecTV.

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