Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
I know there's a lot of people on here who watched Thorin's videos, just relaying the bad news.
YouTube terminated the mgovideo and mgodisney YouTube accounts today. I'll keep uploading but that's more than 1500 videos lost.— mgovideo (@mgovideo) April 30, 2013
The advanced UFR viewer app now covers the Offensive UFR for Notre Dame 2012 at:
The video for the offense is full play-by-play as opposed to the "every snap" variety.
Since this is the bye week, there will be no new UFRs to view next week ... or will there be? Stay tuned.
For those who prefer to peruse a searchable UFR with linked video for every play:
Enjoy ... um, well maybe not enjoy, so much.
Defensive UFR now available for UMass game at:
The enhancements include linked video, but the source of the video is a mystery that should never be revealed.
The enhanced UFR viewer web app is now available for the UMass Offensive UFR. The launch page is here:
Video Notes: As always, the linked video clips are dependent on the fine work over at MGoVideo.com. Last weekend's game was on BTN, which raises some issues. Thorin can probably address this better, but BTN tends to be aggressive in removing content from their broadcasts from YouTube. MGoVideo has two varieties of video for the UMass game. There is the customary "Every Snap" condensed video, but it is posted on Blip TV, not YouTube. This requires a different video player and while the viewer app can partially support this, there are currently no automatic video queing scripts that work with these other players (i.e. - the Watch Video button will not work). This is a theoretically solvable problem, but would require way more time than I can afford to devote to this at the present time.
So I have instead linked to the YouTube videos posted by MGoVideo. These are full replays (not condensed "every snap") which is fine; the video indexing will still work and will automatically switch between the first and second half videos. These were posted as unlisted videos on YouTube, but since they are up on MGoVideo, I assumed they were okay for me to reference. In the past, BTN videos on YouTube have had a habit of being removed and if Thorin prefers that I not reference them, I will unlink and use the Blip TV videos instead, with the accompanying limitations.
I start this by saying that I hope none of you work for Comcast. Anyways, I have quite a few college football games torrented from the 2011 season including all of Michigan’s and a few other games I wanted to see. I got all of the torrents from MGoVideo & Pirate Bay, but I wanted to see if there are any other good places to torrent football games. My buddy says he came across a site that torrented exclusively football games, but he can’t remember the name of the site so I turn to you to see if any of you do. And if that was completely made up, are there any other sites fellow torenters, like yourselves go to, and would care to recommend?