I've been recording Michigan football games for a few years now, and one of the issues I've encountered is that although having a torrent of the game is nice, people really a streaming experience, ala YouTube/Netflix. But watching a two hour game on your laptop isn't very fun, right?
One of the new features of Apple's iOS 4.3 software for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch devices is that the user is able to stream embedded html5 video (which is really just href to an .mp4 file with a <video> tag), from an iOS device, to an Apple TV that is connected to your HDTV.
A video demonstration - http://youtu.be/M9XGQ_SJIJs
so, if you have an iOS device with the 4.3 firmware, and have a $99 Apple TV, you will be able to stream a few games this Fall.
You can check out The Brady 6 documentary that has already been posted - http://mgomat.com/2011/05/04/the-brady-six/