Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Sexton Hardcastle, Aug 1, 2008.
The funds support CU. Even if the service proves to be a clunker, your money still goes to a worthy organization.
(BTW I'm too cheap to heed my own advice.)
HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend it. Got a season pass last year, mostly because they usually have full game video of home games that don't get televised. But they have much more. You see Coaches Shows, etc. But even better, starting a few weeks ago, they started putting highlight shows up, from different years. Right now they probably have 7 or 8 different years highlight shows (10-15 minute narrated video). Good stuff. It's especially good for an out of stater like me, but wherever you live, I'd recommend it.
How is the quality of the game film on the season pass DVDs? I am seriously considering buying a season pass, but I am a little leery since there aren't examples (i.e. a clip from last year)...
Any info would be helpful!
I would really love to know if this is worthwhile too? I took a job where I am out of the country a lot and I will be in Europe most of the football season. if I can watch games on my computer then I am locking it in!
Quality is decent. Not sure how to quantify. I suggest you get a 1 month pass and give it a try. If you like it, then get the year pass.
Actually I will be doing some travelling around, but I took a job at a political consulting firm that focuses on European clients so as of now I am based in Bucharest, Romania for usually a few weeks a month, we also have clients I may be helping with in Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria.
I flew through Frankfurt on my latest trip, didn't get to spend any time there but it looked nice. I'll be flying through Munich today actually, back to NY to see the wife and baby for a week and I can't wait!!
If you´re travelling around that rules out getting a TV subscription, so I guess getting ESPN Gameplan online might be your best option. Or just get a slingbox set up at home in NYC.
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