KUSA takes on Turkey to open the WUG tonight, and of course RCT is here for you night owls who are staying up to catch the game.
The World University Games are held every other year and are organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU). The World University Games is a multi-sport competition open to men and women who are between the ages of 17 and 24, and are or have been within the past year, a student at a college or university.
The World University Games began in 1965 in Budapest, Hungary.
There are four pools in the WUG with the top two teams after pool play qualifying for the eight-team medal bracket. The third and fourth teams in each pool will compete in an eight-team bracket with the highest finish being ninth in the 24-team field. The fifth and sixth pool finishers will also compete in and eight-team bracket as all 24 teams are guaranteed eight games for the event.
Here's is KU's schedule with Central Time starts:
|Turkey||Friday||July 3||10:00 PM||ESPNU|
|Brazil||Sunday||July 5||6:30 AM||ESPNU|
|Chile||Tuesday||July 7||12:30 AM||None|
|Serbia||Tuesday||July 7||10:00 PM||ESPNU|
|Switzerland||Wednesday||July 8||8:00 PM||ESPNU|
|TBA / Quarterfinal||Saturday||July 11||12:30 AM||ESPNU|
|TBA / Semifinal||Sunday||July 12||TBA||ESPNU|
|Gold Medal Game||Monday||July 13||7:30 AM||ESPNU|
You can catch tonight's game on ESPNU or ESPN3. Unfortunately, there is no radio coverage of the team while they are over in Korea.