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49ers Vs. Packers: Game Time, TV Schedule, Odds & More

It's game-day once again. More importantly, it's the first game day of the 49ers 2012 regular season schedule! For each game this season, I'll be getting a post together Sunday morning (or Thursday or Monday morning) to give you a quick rundown of the tv information, game time and radio options to listen to the game. The 49ers will be on national television quite a bit this year, but for those games they are not nationally televised, a few extra tidbits can be helpful.

Today's matchup between the 49ers and Packers will be broadcast across most of the country as the FOX Game of the Week. Unfortunately, a few folks will be stuck with other games. If you have not checked out, it has a breakdown of the coverage for this afternoon's games. The Pacific Northwest, the Carolinas, and parts of some surrounding states will be without 49ers coverage later today.

The most important reminder is that the normal 4:05 and 4:15 starts have been bumped back to 4:25 so there is less chance for overlap on games.

Broadcast Schedule

Game Time: 1:25 p.m. PT
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver

49ers Radio Network: KGO 810 & The Bone 107.7 FM - Ted Robinson, Eric Davis
Spanish Radio: KBRG 680 - Erwin Higueros, Juan Carlos Sierra
Dial Global Radio Network: Kevin Kugler, Mark Malone

Radio Affiliates

KNBR 680 AM San Francisco
KGO 810 AM San Francisco
KSAN 107.7 FM San Francisco
KURY 95.3 FM Brookings, OR
KTHU 100.7 FM Chico
KATA 1340 AM Eureka/Arcata
KFIG 1430 AM Fresno
KNCO 830 AM Grass Valley
KPUA 670 AM Hilo, HI
KHKA 1500 AM Honolulu, HI
KRKC 1490 AM King City
KEZX 730 AM Medford, OR
KUNK 96.7 FM Mendocino
KESP 970 AM Modesto
KPRL 1230 AM Paso Robles
KUIK 1360 AM Portland, OR
KBLF 1490 AM Red Bluff
KKXS 96.1 FM Redding
KBZZ 1270 AM/96.1 FM Reno, NV
KCTC 1320 AM Sacramento
KION 1460 AM Salinas
KKJL 1400 AM San Luis Obispo
KJDX 93.3 FM Susanville

49ers Vs. Packers Odds

The 49ers currently sit as a five point underdog to the Packers. If I was a betting man I'd actually take the 49ers to cover. I have my own homer-ific tendencies, but I think a cover is reasonable. I think the 49ers can win this game, but even if they don't, I think they can keep it close enough where 24-20 isn't out of the realm of the possible. But why not just win outright?