College Football 2021

C. Nesbitt

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Yeah. ESPN is contracted with the ncaa. That’s the only thing I can think why they wouldn let fox nbc or abc host. Same difference with MNF
The trend of cable cord cutting is hurting sport’s viewership somewhat. We have ESPN on the streaming service we subscribe to but no longer have the regional Bally network, so no baseball or hockey. This kind of sucks, especially with college football season wrapping up. I’d probably pay for a Disney/ESPN/ABC bundle if youtubetv dropped ESPN (although they worked out their disagreement a few weeks ago) since we already pay for Disney+. But no way I’m paying the reported $23/month for the Bally streaming service that is about to roll out.
 

xtsho

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Well it was a bit boring for the first half....but the 4th quarter was exciting especially if you are a Georgia fan.
I didn't catch the first half of the game but the 4th quarter was good. It's looking like the Ducks are going to start next season with a loss as the first game is against Georgia. I don't see them coming away with a win.
 

ISK

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I didn't catch the first half of the game but the 4th quarter was good. It's looking like the Ducks are going to start next season with a loss as the first game is against Georgia. I don't see them coming away with a win.
Too early to predict next season games as we don't know who will be playing for which team.....but I'll agree it's not ideal to open your season against the champs.
 

C. Nesbitt

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I didn't catch the first half of the game but the 4th quarter was good. It's looking like the Ducks are going to start next season with a loss as the first game is against Georgia. I don't see them coming away with a win.
Those early season games are a crapshoot. Oregon was ok but flawed last year yet they manhandled the Buckeyes in an early season game. I think that’s a different game later in the season. Not trashing the Ducks win at all though, that one made me very happy.
I would not want to play the Ducks out of the gate if I were a Georgia fan. Either way. Gives us something to talk about for the next 7 months.
 
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DrOgkush

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The trend of cable cord cutting is hurting sport’s viewership somewhat. We have ESPN on the streaming service we subscribe to but no longer have the regional Bally network, so no baseball or hockey. This kind of sucks, especially with college football season wrapping up. I’d probably pay for a Disney/ESPN/ABC bundle if youtubetv dropped ESPN (although they worked out their disagreement a few weeks ago) since we already pay for Disney+. But no way I’m paying the reported $23/month for the Bally streaming service that is about to roll out.
I just have Hulu live. Cheapest package. Well. Not really. I pay for direct tv standard which espn and fox sports are not included. So I pay the 30 bucks for those 2 channels I guess.
 

injinji

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The trend of cable cord cutting is hurting sport’s viewership somewhat. We have ESPN on the streaming service we subscribe to but no longer have the regional Bally network, so no baseball or hockey. This kind of sucks, especially with college football season wrapping up. I’d probably pay for a Disney/ESPN/ABC bundle if youtubetv dropped ESPN (although they worked out their disagreement a few weeks ago) since we already pay for Disney+. But no way I’m paying the reported $23/month for the Bally streaming service that is about to roll out.
I have Dish, but don't have the Bally channels. It has cost me one FSU hoops game so far.
 

wascaptain

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i just got to say,

i coached my grandson from 6th grade.. football, baseball, track and field, till he graduated high school.

he got injuryed in his senior year and didnt get into playing college football.

but, he did get a job on the coaching staff while he was attending college, earning his masters.

he is on napiers staff and now is moving to florida.

very proud of him
 

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