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    I live in New Orleans and aside from the Iowa game and possibly one BIG 12 South opponent game I am not able to watch any of the games. I have high speed internet and want to know what my options are in order to subscribe with something in order to watch/record all games on the internet. Any ideas?

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    Last year your only option that I know of on the internet was to get the audio broadcast from Yahoo Sports. It runs $5/month. You can get a college sports package on your cable to pick up a few more games. I hope there is something better out there, but as far as I can think of, this is it.



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(sclotz &#064; 07&#045;22&#045;06 4&#58;31 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> I live in New Orleans and aside from the Iowa game and possibly one BIG 12 South opponent game I am not able to watch any of the games. I have high speed internet and want to know what my options are in order to subscribe with something in order to watch/record all games on the internet. Any ideas?

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    You can check this out. EPSN Gameplan has some games available online. Sounds like the schedule isn&#39;t out yet, but worth checking it out in August.

    http://espnppv.com/espnppv/gameplan.html



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    I'm not sure if things are going to change for this season, but in the past I'd say less than 1/2 of our games were even available on TV. If the games weren't picked up by a national broadcast (ABC Regional game, ESPN2 or TBS) then the only other broadcasts were on Fox Big 12 which was shown on the regional fox sports channels. A couple years ago the fox regional sports channels could be purchased on Direct TV or DISH for about $5/mo.



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    most games should be on tv



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