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Old 23.01.2016, 07:16 PM
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Rivals have a South Eastern one, mainly SEC with bits on the other Florida schools mostly it seems. May try that although wanted one that covers more of the country.
i think there's just too many recruits and teams for a decent national one so they don't really put that many out
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Old 23.01.2016, 08:23 PM
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i think there's just too many recruits and teams for a decent national one so they don't really put that many out
True, with the 2016 classes being finalised on Wednesday it gives me plenty of time to research 2017.
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I think signing day is a week on wednesday not this wednesday
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I think signing day is a week on wednesday not this wednesday
Darn it, Ill be away in a world of no WiFi or phone signal.
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Old 23.01.2016, 09:30 PM
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Darn it, Ill be away in a world of no WiFi or phone signal.
It's only ever must see tv if you are a SC, Florida or Alabama school any way
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It's only ever must see tv if you are a SC, Florida or Alabama school any way
I remember hanging around at work for 20mins waiting for Daylon Mack's announcement last year
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Old 10.02.2016, 05:49 PM
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This may have been covered in the last 53 pages however to save looking threw every page - whats the best way to watch college football in the UK?
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Old 10.02.2016, 07:22 PM
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It all depends on how much you want to watch and which team you want to follow. If you are just starting out then Bt is a good start you get plenty of games and all in HD. Then there's ESPNplayer which gives you more choice plus you can watch the replays whenever you want if you miss a game. There's eversport which gives you access to any games on Fox and then the pac-12 and B1G networks.
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This may have been covered in the last 53 pages however to save looking threw every page - whats the best way to watch college football in the UK?
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It all depends on how much you want to watch and which team you want to follow. If you are just starting out then Bt is a good start you get plenty of games and all in HD. Then there's ESPNplayer which gives you more choice plus you can watch the replays whenever you want if you miss a game. There's eversport which gives you access to any games on Fox and then the pac-12 and B1G networks.
Stu sums it up well. To be honest I'd say unless you are REALLY in to College Football (and American Football) BT is the best way to go. More than enough games on BT Sport (probably more than you can watch), and if you haven't got a particular team interest like Stu mentioned then you aren't going to be worried about who is on and when.

Of course there will be weeks when you might not be too interested in all of the games that are on but more often than not there will be one or two worth watching for the casual fan.
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Cheers for that gents. I don't have BT Sport may see how much extra it'd cost to get it with them, won't bother until the new season though now
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