MSU-UT TV Info

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Wow, a lot of capital letters in that title. Anyway, in case you didn’t know, Saturday’s MSU-Tennessee game will be carried on ESPN GamePlan. The following press release explains it:

The national pay-per-view outlet will feature six games this weekend, with the MSU-UT game the only one in prime time. Fans can also watch the action online through ESPN360.com.

“A one-day subscription to the service costs $21.95, and can be purchased through local cable or satellite operators. The game will be blacked out on this service in the state of Tennessee.”

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5 Responses to “MSU-UT TV Info”

  1. dadwithpride Says:

    Has anybody ever watched on online?. With Bellsouth DSL, what kind of pic will I get?

  2. bulldoggirl Says:

    It’s not a bad picture if you have a pretty good computer. Sometimes it freezes for a second then skips forward. I watched both the Ga Tech game and the Vandy game on my laptop, and I had a good picture. I also have Bellsouth DSL.

  3. BirdZ! Says:

    Yea, what she said.

    I watched the first part of the La Tech game, and it was fine. Go ahead and register and download the software sometime before the game. That part will take a few minutes.

  4. darkcooger Says:

    I watched the Vandy game on my laptop with Bellsouth DSL. It worked well for the most part – flaked out a couple of times and had to restart the browser, but that’s better than missing the game completely.

    Agreed with BirdZ, too.

  5. msudawginbama Says:

    i was able to buy it on charter cable for $19.95.
    not a bad deal… considering i’m in auburn this weekend…

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