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Old 11-04-2012   #1
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Default Texans radio network is a bit lacking for coverage

Usually at least once a year I end up traveling on a gameday, and today was the day this year.

The radio coverage of anywhere outside of Houston is pretty spotty, and it looks like they lost the Austin affiliate they had in the past. The 2 San Antonio area affiliates they have seem to have a range of about 20 feet, and the same can be said for the Alpine affiliate as well. There is a huge hole in coverage in central and west Texas as well.

Nothing new really, just a rant to make me feel better, it annoys me when you can pick up Cowboys games all over the state yet have to hunt for the Texans.
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