M-MSU Coverage Question

Submitted by michgoblue on March 4th, 2011 at 4:43 PM

Quick question to those more in the know than I am.  From the prior threads, it appears that CBSSports.com will have a live stream of the game tomorrow at 2.  Here's the question:  I will be out all day tomorrow.  Is the stream only available live, or does CBS Sports generally keep it available for the rest of the day?  If the latter, I can go on my football-season media blackout and watch the game when I return.  If it is only available live, are there any other options? 

Thanks for any info.

Note: I know that there have been a few threads discussing the coverage of this game, but none on the main page, so replying there would likely not result in an answer. 

Comments

OMG Shirtless

March 4th, 2011 at 6:15 PM ^

I'm not sure.  From a quick glance, and I mean really quick I'm on my way out the door, I didn't see any archived games.  I'm sure our friends at MGoVideo/Boyz n da Pahokee will be able to get a torrent/youtube of the game up.  There are ways to capture and record streaming video in a way similar to DVR, but that is wayyyy above my pay grade/internet knowledge.

chillmodious

March 5th, 2011 at 11:52 AM ^

You don't need to leave the house; just stream it on CBS.com.  They have very high-quality internet broadcasts, assuming your computer isn't super slow.

 

[UPDATE:  It looks like they will also be streaming it on the CBS iPhone app for those of you that apply.  The app is still free, I think.]

JeremyB

March 5th, 2011 at 11:47 AM ^

I live within the broadcast area but do not have cable. Will I still be able to watch the stream, or is that only for folks outside the coverage map?