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.
CBS is streaming the game here:
Can't get to a TV? #MICHvsMSU will stream live here:http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/video/cbk-live …
As someone who is in Germany for work and trying to stay awake to combat jetlag, I love the internet
I promised I would never do this, but I'm on my honeymoon with my new bride in Curaco - she was nice enough to let me wear vineyard vines Michigan ties as my groomsmens apparel.
Anyway, my question was, does anyone have any links to a live stream of the game (or a BTN premium purchase I can make) for the game? Alternatively, recommendations for a bar in weird old Curacao that show the BTN would be appreciated.
Yours in blue, always,
I am on honeymoon in Scotland, anybody got any leads on live streams for the game on Saturday?
Thanks and Go Blue!!
Thanks for the link.
May the M Go Blog overlords stone me to death now for asking such a stupid question and taking up precious blog space.
Last year was a beautiful March - CBS streaming all the games for free, for anyone around the world.
This year, CBS/TNT/TBS/TruTV is streaming their games for free, but only if you are a cable subscriber. NCAA has all the games for $3.99 - beautiful.... except this won't work for all countries. I'm in South Korea and this deal won't work here. I've tried to sign up while shielding my IP address, but NCAA won't allow.
Do any international MgoBlogers have an easy solution to the streams (besides the standard Firstrowsports, etc...)?
Anyone have a link to stream the first hour of College Gameday on ESPN U? Couldn't find one on First Row.