Game Time and Channel

Submitted by yvgeni on March 13th, 2011 at 10:11 PM

 

Rocky Top Talk is reporting:

Tennessee and Michigan will play at 12:40 PM EDT on Friday on TruTV

I'm sure someone will let me know but I didn't see it posted already.  I will delete if repost

 

edit: TruTV...? In the immortal words of Fenster... "whathefuck"

Comments

buckeyeh8er

March 13th, 2011 at 11:49 PM ^

Leave GA at 430 on Friday so luckily enough I will be able to watch the game before I fly out.  Almost wish I was leaving on Saturday now that we are in Charlotte.  Hmmm wedding vs. 1st rd game in NC?  Life gives us so many obstacles.

tdcarl

March 13th, 2011 at 10:21 PM ^

Well, looks like I found out what I'm doing during bio 173 lecture on Friday...

 

Anyone know if CBS will still host this online? If not I need to find a stream.

Raoul

March 13th, 2011 at 10:41 PM ^

From SI's Viewer's Guide to March Madness:

Can I watch the tournament at my office again?
Damn right. Just don't tell your boss. March Madness on Demand (MMOD) will provide live-streaming video of every game of the tournament, beginning with the First Four on March 15. The application will be hosted on SI.com and will be free to users across all platforms, including the full versions of the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch apps over Wi-Fi and 3G. (March Madness on Demand mobile applications are already available for free from the App Store.) Last year a record 8.3 million unique viewers watched or listened to the NCAA tournament on the MMOD application, including 575,000 users for the Duke-Butler final. "The majority of the world does not have a television set in their office," said Levy. "If you were going to customize and build an event for the web or for the new digital technology, you would construct the NCAA basketball tournament."

wlubd

March 13th, 2011 at 10:34 PM ^

CBS MMOD is still going to carry all the games. Which is great, because I've never heard of TruTV and a quick check at the cable tells me I don't have it.

ixcuincle

March 13th, 2011 at 10:37 PM ^

I don't have cable but I get the online package every year, and it's free. I really love how the NCAA has made all the games available online at no cost at all. Now that they are moving so many games on cable, the online package is more important than previous years.

CBSSports tweeted all the broadcasters but I forgot who was calling the Michigan game.

Wolverine318

March 13th, 2011 at 10:51 PM ^

great, my biweekly research update meeting with advisor is this Friday at 1:30, right during the middle to end of the game...eff my life. I cannot wait to graduate. I hate my research project with a passion.

goblue7612

March 13th, 2011 at 10:58 PM ^

My weekly research meeting is Friday's at 1:30 also. I guess I'm just going to have to suck it up and tell my professor that we're going to have to move it. He understands that hockey is important to me, but now I'll have to break it to him that I care about basketball a bit too. I will not miss this game.

jcgold

March 13th, 2011 at 11:47 PM ^

CBS and Turner paid a combined billion kajillion dollars for this thing.  Some games have to be on TruTV. For those with cable/satellite, its a channel you either have or will have in the next 24 hours.  If you don't, well, it seems that your sports television experience will continue to decline over the next few years, as more and more is moved to cable.