What's the best way to watch online this weekend? Sopcast? I'm new to this and will RTFM if you can point me to one; thanks for the help.
If you're not getting the game on TV, I would take that as a sign that God loves you and does not want you to watch.
Ha. No, I will be at work, without access to a TV.
www.channelsurfing.net is another good option. At work you might even be able to get espn360.
If you have the right ISP (AT&T and Verizon work, others may) you can watch via http://espn360.com . I've been watching most ESPN games that way this year (I don't have cable or dish), and I think it's pretty awesome. Try it out tonight for the Hawai'i at Boise State game to make sure it works.
If you're a Verizon ISP subscriber, then you can use your verizon account info to get ESPN360 for free. I also tried TVU (download then you have to find a channel) when I was in the UK for the Illinois game and I was able to watch the whole game... not that I appreciated that very much after the game, but it was great to see in the moment.
justin.tv's running blog usually has a number of commenters that list what games are on which channels and then also list alternate channels (like on sopcast or tvu) if teh justin.tv feeds go down.
They blackout games that are being broadcast locally.
I tried watching the Hawaii-Boise State game but that blue turf just is too painful to look at.