1. ESPN as will come to no surprise is frickin awesome. You can watch the Nebraska game, Mizzou v Illinois game, the WVU game, the Wash St vs Wisconsin, the WForest vs BC all live online for free.
Tonight we have online for free:
Villanova at Maryland
James Madision at NC
Central Florida at NCstate
Oklahoma St at Georgia
Western Carolina at Alabama
Army at Akron
Lou Laf at SC
KSU at Auburn
That is good coverage for free!
The Big ten network needs to get online feeds going, even if they charge. The way it is going, you should not even need a cable to watch any game you want. The Michigan game got good so I switched over to some radio broadcast in Ann Arbor and listened to the game.
I bought a month on the Clone Zone too, which is pretty good, except you cant watch full screen and the site is a little slow. And their tech support is frickin ********! Anyone else have some issues here and there with Clone Zone?
I spent about 5 minutes trying to get registered for this. At the end they say you provider does not offer this and please send a reguest your provider. Why tell me this when I first entered my zipcode? Just venting a little.
Try switching your DNS! My Computer > Network Places > Network Connections > Right click on Local Area Connection > Properties > This connection uses the following... > Highlight Internet Protocol/TCPIP > Properties > Use the following DNS > Enter DNS above.
It could work!
Last edited by dbodeenisudm; 09-01-2007 at 08:00 PM.
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