Number one: CSU has a local TV deal and will have online streaming of their games on www.csurams.com while we no longer have that option with BuffVision or BuffTV due to the Pac-12 Network. But it would be a good tradeoff since we would be able to watch the 11 other schools as well. Number two: The NFL allows us to watch NFL games on demand with something called NFL Rewind. If you look at this link: https://gamerewind.nfl.com/nflgr/se...ampaign=Prod_GR_Nav&cvsorc=Homepage.GR.GP_Nav For $39.99 dollars THIS year, you can watch ANY NFL game from the 2009, 2010, 2011, and this upcoming season. THAT IS FOUR SEASONS which means 256 NFL games per season which means at the end of this season, we will be able to watch 1,024 NFL games. If you want all the playoffs plus the Super Bowl this season, that's $69.99 which is an extra $30 on top of that $39.99 deal. Let me repeat, FOUR SEASONS OF NFL FOOTBALL ON DEMAND for $39.99!!! The NFL will release an iPad app for NFL Rewind this year. They already had the one for Preseason Live where you could watch all preseason games plus replay those preseason games and it's on sale for $9.99!!! I'm subscribing to that tomorrow morning for sure if not after I post this message. Number three: What is becoming obvious is that for internet only customers for Comcast, we have to pay an extra $9.99 per month which means we will be paying $120 a year just to have the ability to watch the Pac-12 Network. I'm not complaining about that since I am able to watch ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and ESPNU on my iPad but it appears to me that mighty Larry Scott had to bend over for the cable companies so the 12 schools wouldn't pay one penny to start up the Pac-12 Network. It feels like I'm being forced to get basic cable so I can watch the Pac-12 Network and I do have a beef with that. I don't know if CSU fans will have to pay to watch all their games online but I would have been happy to pay $10 per month to watch any CSU sport if I was a CSU fan. Those sick green bastards probably are laughing at us right now because they have been through this with the Mtn. You cannot dismiss the value that you would get watching all those NFL games. I'm not asking for the ability to watch the games live online as a way to rip off the cable companies that made huge investments in the Pac-12 Network but the ability to watch the games ON DEMAND for a price would have been awesome! I wonder how much money the Pac-12 is squandering in this case and given the state funding issues for higher education, every administrator from every Pac-12 school should be upset with Larry Scott and the cable companies. If people could watch any Pac-12 game for just $59.99 per year for nearly the same amount of inventory that the NFL has online for NFL fans to watch on demand & online, I'm sure there wouldn't be enough room to put all the gold from eager Pac-12 fans. I'm not ready to call this a lost cause yet, but if we are not able to watch the games on demand, I believe the anger at the Pac-12 Network and Scott will really reach a boiling point. That Football in 60 is something I'm seriously looking forward to since I would be able to watch every Pac-12 football game this season. I'm sure some of those people want their Olympic sports, basketball, baseball ,etc as badly as I want my football. And don't get me started with Comcast...those greedy cable pigs can go screw themselves with their three other buddies (Cox, Brighthouse, Time Warner).