well that's just, like, your opinion, man
America. What a country!
hey thanks a lot. i never really thought of that.
Now to run through the events and add all the channels so I don't have to use that pesky "guide" button on game day.
I seriously gave thought to adding that and the announcers for each game. After about 4 games, I decided that it was more effort than I really wanted to put into it. May get added soon.
Thanks for the early gift!
For those that use iCal, it's very easy. Download the .ics calendar (same link as above). Then just double click on the downloaded file (Basic.ics). You'll be prompted to add it to iCal and select a calendar. Select "New Calendar". Click 'ok'. Then you're done!
Good sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar.
Fantastic. I'd toss you some points but as you can see I am way behind.
hey, not to hijack the thread here, but very related:
anyone else use the michigan football ical calendar at:
i have used this calendar for a few years now (mad props to whomever keeps it updated) and regularly refreshed for up to date game info. unfortunately, it hasnt updated in over a month and seems to have dried up.
any advice? other calendars out there that are regularly updated that i should point iCal to?
This one is regularly updated (includes box scores!)
I'm not sure if that link works for you or how to get that into your iCal. (unless you subscribe through google calendar like me).
perhaps someone with more technical knowhow can help us get to an .ics.
The 1 hour block versus 3 hours is a little disappointing but I think I'll survive. My attention span is not the greatest so seeing the current time in the middle of a block of time usually lets me know what I'm missing or forgetting. It doesn't matter. I really appreciate this information.
Good point. I'll keep this in mind when I get to the editing for TV. Hopefully an update will make it out this weekend.
You're my true American hero.
There's also an ESPN App now:
But I haven't tried it, and though it's free, it looks like one of those that ask you for money to get more information.