CBS Sports Network has reached an agreement with the United Football League to televise the four-year-old league's games during its 2012 season.
The cable sports network will air two games a week -- on Wednesdays and Fridays -- throughout the league's eight-week schedule, beginning Sept. 19.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
"We're pleased to partner with the UFL and bring more live football to CBS Sports Network," said Dan Weinberg, senior vice president of programming, CBS Sports Network, in a statement. "Fans have an appetite for football at all levels and we're excited to showcase the UFL."
The deal comes three days after CBS Sports Network announced that it would be providing coverage in and around the PGA Championship and U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
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