Moyd's Cactus Bowl appearance to be televised nationally

Moyd's Cactus Bowl appearance to be televised nationally
Thursday, January 7, 2010 | by Andrews native will be on Fox College Sports on Friday night

KINGSVILLE, Texas - Newberry College outside linebacker Andre Moyd's appearance in the 2010 Valero Cactus Bowl will be televised live on Fox College Sports. Kickoff from Javelina Stadium in Kingsville is set for 7:35 p.m. Eastern time on Friday, January 8.

Moyd, a native of Andrews, S.C., will be wearing his familiar number 26 for the East squad in Friday's game. The game will be featured on Fox College Sports and will also be webcast on The game can be found on channel 617 on DirecTV and channel 416 for Dish Network subscribers. While the game will not be available to Comcast subscribers in Newberry, it can be found on other cable providers throughout South Carolina, listed below. Check with your cable provider if yours is not listed below or for extra subscription fees.

Bluffton: Hargray Cable: 215
Charleston - Knology: 192
Charlotte/Rock Hill - AT&T Uverse: 649
Clover/Rock Hill - Time Warner: 146
Columbia- AT&T Uverse: 649
Columbia - Time Warner: 155
Conway - HTC Cablevision: 158
DirecTV: 617
Dish Network: 416
Florence - Time Warner: 155
Myrtle Beach - Time Warner: 155
Orangeburg - Time Warner: 155
Spartanburg/Greenville/Anderson - Charter: 306
Sumter- Time Warner: 155

Moyd was a first team all-SAC honoree at linebacker in 2009. He was Newberry's second leading tackler with 51 tackles after moving to linebacker from cornerback this season. He ranked in the top 25 in the conference in stops and recovered three fumbles, which tied for second in the league. He also forced two fumbles this season.

At the 2009 East Coast Bowl in Petersburg, Va., Moyd recorded six total tackles for the South squad, including five solo stops. This will be Moyd's second all-star game for this season.

Moyd becomes the third Newberry College player to participate in the Cactus Bowl. Center Zack Farr represented the scarlet and gray in the 2006 game and cornerback Jonathan Lyles participated in the 2005 game, sealing a win for the East squad with an interception of Pittsburg State's Neal Philpot on the West's final drive.

For more information on the 2010 Valero Cactus Bowl, please visit