maybe i should have had greg howard write the brandon obit.
Of course it has happened in my memory--I used to listen to non-televised games on the radio with my Dad, and in the mists of time we used to target non-televised games to attend for our one game a year. But at least as far back as 1997 non-TV games were practically a distant memory (I remember this because there was an article about senior ND QB Ron Powlus, the one-time wunderkind of whom the article remarked, "His every game has been on national television." Reading that, I worked back through 1994 and was pretty sure that at the very least almost every Michigan game had been televised in some way in that time period).
Obviously no B1G team goes un televised anymore, but Michigan has always been one do the bigger tv draws. Anyone know what game was the last one seen only in-Stadium?
I've never seen it posted here, but it's relevant for any current students, faculty, and maybe graduates (not sure if they qualify).
U of M offers live TV channels over the internet to watch. If you're not real good at computers, like me, it's a little tricky to figure out how to set it up off-campus, but there are instructions and FAQ to help.
- The CW
- Big Ten Network
- CBS College Sports
- Food Network
- Fox News
- Michigan Channel
- Nat Geo
- Science Channel
- History Channel
- Weather Channel
- Spanish/French/Italian/other language channels
Here is the link. Hope someone here can explain how to download a VPN and sign in to access it from anywhere, because I can't.
I just made the jump from rabbit ears to paying for TV. Now that I have access to the Big Ten Network, I'd like to know if there's a way to see the schedule filtered for just Michigan related stuff. I've searched the website, but the only option I found involved text message alerts. So has anyone figured this out? How do I get a schedule of just the stuff that relates to Michigan?
Getting ready to move out of Michigan this summer to Indianapolis. Any advice on what would be the best way to watch UM football there? I'm afraid that BTN will show regional action and I'm not interested in watching IU, PU, or ND unless they play Michigan. Anybody in this situation have some advice on satellite companies or internet feeds? I don't want to miss any games and would prefer the opportunity to TiVo/DVR.
So I'm still trying to calm down since the end of the game but one thing I can't get out of my mind is how bad the commentating and BTN are. How many plays did us viewers miss over the past couple games on the BTN due to terrible timing while coming back from commercial breaks or doing a close up shot of player on the sidelines (and sometimes they end up showing the wrong player).
Not only do they have a hard time saying WoolFOLK and Ezeh but some of the shit coming out of their mouths today drove crazy. What takes the cake is when the play by play guy said something along the lines of "Cousins has literally been killing the defense with his runs". Really? Literally killing them? Did we field a team of zombies by the end of the game because I didn't see any dead players lying around.
Anyone else getting irritated by this?
I live outside chicago and according to big ten network's site im getting the Northwestern Game at noon instead of Mich vs MSU buuuut according to Comcast, my cable provider, I am getting the Michigan game.
Any idea who the hell is right?
Oh, and Comcast reroutes me to fancast for tv scheduling? Can I watch it online if i dont get it on tv?