Delaware State game TV coverage

Submitted by braylon8500 on October 16th, 2009 at 11:12 PM

So I just realized that the Delaware State game will be on the Big Ten Network at the same time as the OSU-Purdue game. Since I live in the SF Bay Area, a quick check at bigtennetowrk.com showed me that the OSU-Purdue game will be playing tomorrow on BTN for me. Does anyone have any advice on alternate ways to get the game? Are there any sites that stream the game (and don't suck)? BTN supposedly streams some games, but I couldn't find tomorrow's game on the upcoming streaming schedule.

EDIT: I have Comcast.

Comments

Dan86

October 16th, 2009 at 11:23 PM ^

to record the game on the usual Big Ten Network channel of 439, all I saw was the OSU-Purdue game. After panicked searching, I found the Michigan game on the alternate channel of 9500. Good luck.

bdubya

October 17th, 2009 at 12:12 AM ^

My game finder says that Michigan is playing on the HD Big Ten Network, and that OSU is playing on my other version. When I check my tv and look at the listings, it says OSU is on the HD version and either OSU or Michigan will be on the other. I am leaving town and don't know which channel to record.

bluebyyou

October 17th, 2009 at 5:57 AM ^

I had a similar question several days ago and received the same answers. DirecTV solves the problem with multiple BTN channels.

It is Michigan's fault. If they played a real team, this coverage issue would not have occurred. There is no upside to this game, other than padding a record. I would be surprised if attendance reached 105K for this one.

Crime Reporter

October 17th, 2009 at 9:25 AM ^

I live in SW Florida and it says I'm getting the OSU game as well. I'm pretty sure Comcast has two channels for BTN in my region, but damn. I want to see this ass whooping before I have to go bride's maid dress shopping with the lady. It's bad enough I have to miss the Notre Dame game for that adventure.

chizelhead

October 17th, 2009 at 9:47 AM ^

Comcast in their infinite wisdom is putting the OSU/Purdue game on both Big10 channels in Portland, OR. The Michigan game isn't being broadcast until the evening time at 930pm. Naturally on both channels - 403, 726.

ajscipione

October 17th, 2009 at 10:07 AM ^

I have Dish Network and am in the Detroit Metro area. OSU/Purdue is on at noon (ET) on the regular Big Ten Network channel. Delaware State/Michigan is on 5440 (an Alternate Big Ten Network channel).

ChalmersE

October 17th, 2009 at 11:25 AM ^

usually has several B10 games going at the same time. For example, the main station in Montgomery County is 715. The EMU game was on 714. My expectation --- please!!!! --- is that today's game will be on 713 or 714 (or possibly 801). Indeed, I just went to bigtennetwork.com and it's listing today's game on 714 for Comcast viewers in my zip code.