Didn't see about a post about this yet, but the BTN has a new service titled 'BTN Plus' - http://www.btn2go.com/packages?type=0
Basically it's an Netflix like service that offers overflow programming for either $9.99 a month (if you pick a single school) or $14.99 for the whole conference.
It _does not_ replace having a TV provider - " A BTN Plus Subscription does not include access to other televised (BTN/ESPN/CBS/etc.) content on BTN2Go."
basically, it's a bunch of non-revenue sports content you may or may not be into.
Browsing BTN2Go content, it does not seem like they offer a Netflix like service to re-watch an entire season of Michigan football or basketball , which is a total fail. The BTN was probably too stupid to demand that ABC/ESPN/CBS/Fox relinquish rebroadcast rights after the season concludes in the current contract they have with those networks.
I subscribed to it for the hell of it - while it doesn't replace a certain Michigan video site, I'm glad to see they are at least making an investment in technology and video distribution. It's a step in the right direction, although its far from perfect.