Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Daaah, Oct 31, 2008.
Yahoo $4.95/month gives you the KOA feed.
I finally got rid of my subscription when I moved.
You asked, I answered. That's all I got for ya. :smile2:
yes, thanks. there must be other options.
Online Video Streams:
Since the game isn't televised nationally, it probably won't end up getting streamed... but check it around game time, you never know
Online Audio Stream:
Any game with a 'Gray' speaker is FREE... and the Colorado game is Free this week.
Yes....you let me off the hook.....
I will be "watching" the game on my crackberry sitting at a soccer field in Plano Tx.
I know versus has Big 12 games.. .Currently be broadcasted: Brown vs. Penn... Are you ****ing kidding me???? You honestly think this game is going to garner more viewers than a Big 12 game no matter how poor the teams are. Pathetic.
Also, I had a thought. If I were Bohn I would do everything to try and get a hold of Altitude sports. Altitude broadcasts the Nuggs, Avs, and high school sports. I'm wondering if Bohn and Altitude could work out some kind of deal. I think that would be HUGE if they would get the Buffs on our sports network.
Colorado is free this week.
PLEASE NO. We don't get altitude out here and going with altitude would likely take us off the fsn network which televises MOST games.
Also, normally Buffs radiocasts are blocked on 850KOA by Yahoo!, but I'm thinking that today's is not, as I'm listening to pregame right now:
It should be the same feed that's on Yahoo!, but with no (or less) delay.
I'm not saying every game, but a couple to assure that days like today don't happen.
You can always listen to the pregame. It cuts out at kickoff.
Don't you guys know that you are supposed to be Big 12 fans before CU fans? At least that is how the Big 12 would prefer it.
I hate the Big 12! I would rather make up our own schedule each year and not have to worry about the Big 12 TV contract. Perhaps join the Pac 10.
BTW... folks delayed are in the 'Game Day Chat' room.
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