Where can I watch a replay of this game.

Submitted by bluewave720 on September 3rd, 2011 at 8:47 PM

In the last 8 hours, I have angered all of my in-laws, made my daughter frightened of Michigan Stadium and watched exactly 3 plays from our game (through head shadows in the tunnel).  I get home to find out that my directTV is robot zombie Stalin and has deleted any chance I have at salvation.  Where can I watch a replay of this game.  I ask the mgo community, not because I am so old that I can't figure it out, but because I am so stupid.

Comments

HailToA2

September 4th, 2011 at 12:23 PM ^

not shocked that ESPN3 blocks the game while its on live.. but no replay of it for us either? what is that about? I go on my ESPN "app" on Xbox Live to go watch the replay of the game... "this game is blacked out in your area". You've gotta be kidding me... blacked out the day after the game is played? we can't watch a replay?

mackbru

September 3rd, 2011 at 9:04 PM ^

What I'd love to see is a replay/montage of all the times Brian Kelly cursed and berated his own players on national TV. Somebody should compile and post a video, so potential ND recruits see what an asshole that coach is.

thisiscmd

September 3rd, 2011 at 9:15 PM ^

I missed a great deal of the first half from the dish signal being down and then the lightning delay caused me to miss most of the 2nd half as well because ABC never picked it up back up in my area. To top it off, ESPN3 is blacked out because of where I am I guess.

Anyone else have this problem?

bluewave720

September 4th, 2011 at 9:21 AM ^

So, she got frightened pretty quick and the look on her face made me sure she wasn't just messin' around (which she is prone to do at times).  My in-laws live in Ann Arbor and either they were going to pick her up, or my wife was when she was ready to go.  However, I couldn't get any cell signal inside the game after I had left the message of her need for pick-up.  I waited awhile, went around the concourse with her and got her ice cream.  Still no signal, so I eventually left and walked down the street with her.  The in-laws found us walking, but no carseat.  I told them we had to wait for wifey to bring the carseat but didn't realize that wifey was still on the other side of town, so we all waited for about 20 more minutes.  Apparently wifey had approved the transport of child sans carseat, but no one conveyed that to me so I was seen as being very difficult.  My sister-in-law was along for the ride and seemed the most annoyed at how the whole process played out.

I am pretty sure based on how I handled things at the game, she won't be scarred.  When we woke up this morning, I thanked her again for going with me and she asked why everyone was being so loud and scary.  I reassured her that it was normal for both the noise and her concern of it, but when she gets a little older, she won't be scared by it.  She laughed and told me she was ready to watch TV.