"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
I have been with Comcast for a long time with a very minimal plan. I'm looking to upgrade plans since Michigan Football with be on the BTNs and FS1s and such. Comcast does not offer low level plans to get sports packages and my wife is an avid HGTV watcher (which we don't have, because it requires the premium plan).
My question for you all is:
What TV provider do you have and are you happy with them?
(I'm thinking of switching to DISH to take advantage of their $49.99 two year plan)
My concerns with satellite are:
-Bad service during storms
-Crazy install and hidden fees
-Need to still use Comcast for Internet (no bundle plan)
PSA: If you have Directv and live in Indiana, check to make sure you still have NBC. Due to a dispute between the NBC provider and Directv, NBC is not available for viewing to some of us lucky fans who want to see the game on Saturday or watch shows on a network that hasn't been relevant since Friends.
Maybe I've been living with my head up my ass, but I had no idea about this until the TV ratings thread earlier today and I figured that it deserved its own thread.
The easiest way to get around this is to buy a cheap HD antenna and use it for Saturday. I found one pretty cheap on Amazon for only $10.
Good luck and may the corn be with you.
H/T to DMill2427 and MaizeNBlueInDC
So all across my twitter feed today there have been pictures of one quite iconic call from 25 years ago on this date:
Shot on Ehlo.... GOOOOOOOOOD!!!!
If you didn't picture Jordan's jump and fistpump, you haven't been paying attention. What other calls stand out to you in the last 25 years? Any Michigan related? One that sticks in my brain is "GALLON, they left him alone!" It always amazes me how hearing radio and/or TV calls can bring one back to exactly where they were the moment they heard it.
I didn't see this posted on the board yet but per MGoBlue.com, the Iowa game will be a 12 pm kickoff with coverage on ESPN/ESPN2. Let the complaining about noon starts begin!
Seeing as the season is quickly approaching (god, Thursday cannot get here soon enough and, of course, Saturday) which brings up a thought: how the hell am I going to be able to watch all the Michigan football games out here in the badlands that is West Texas? I do have dishnetwork and have Big Ten Network (although I may not depending on the status of the program being dropped) but I'm more concerned about any noon/afternoon games that are brodcast on ESPN or abc and such. I'm terrified that I'll the game will be blacked out in favor of any of the Texas schools. Any suggestions or other Wolverines out here in El Paso have any thoughts or am I just being too paranoid? Thanks for any insight and Beat the Tide!!!