I am currently watching the Saints' victory parade on ESPN360. Does anyone else think its awesome that we can basically watch anything ESPN has to offer online?
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Yeah if anyones internet supplied it.
I have Comcast and I get it, although I didn't for awhile, maybe they came to an agreement or something.
I live in Colorado with 9 roommates and 7 of them are girls. With only one tv in the house, ESPN 360 has prevented many conflicts on saturday afternoons in the fall.
Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against living with girls, but 7?! I can't imagine the drama and cattiness going on in that house.
or the potential for amazingness.
That's the way to see the glass 7/9 full!
Who cares about 7 girls, you have 9 people in the house and only 1 TV!?
AT&T UVerse gets you 360. So does Verizon.
just having AT&T DSL gets it for you in Michigan.
All college broadband connections get 360, and apparently DirecTV does as well, because it's what my apartment is.
ESPN360 is where I'll be watching the America's Cup tomorrow morning at 6.
I found that out after I came home right after the game and wanted to watch the replay. Since they didn't have it, I tried watching Iowa-Minnesota and follow the score updates "as it happened". That was my only gripe, which was obviously a bigger deal a few months back.
What I like about 360 is that when I logged into my ESPN account at home, it recognized that we have AT&T as our ISP and now allows me to watch wherever as long as I am logged into my ESPN account. Pretty slick.
I thought this was the latest Richard Ash thread