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Old 18.07.2017, 06:40 PM
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I've updated my annual intro post with what we know so far, and a bit more on how we get the games we get...

https://thorpessportingthoughts.word...-on-uktv-2017/
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Old 18.07.2017, 08:21 PM
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I've updated my annual intro post with what we know so far, and a bit more on how we get the games we get...

https://thorpessportingthoughts.word...-on-uktv-2017/
This is great and will no doubt be a real help during the season! Thanks
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Old 18.07.2017, 09:00 PM
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I've updated my annual intro post with what we know so far, and a bit more on how we get the games we get...

https://thorpessportingthoughts.word...-on-uktv-2017/
Cheers for the info.
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I've updated my annual intro post with what we know so far, and a bit more on how we get the games we get...

https://thorpessportingthoughts.word...-on-uktv-2017/
Thanks.

Think I'll make the switch to BT this year. Just need to wait for a decent deal. Hopefully one appears before the start of the season.

Looking like £50/month. That's for HD, record function and infinity broadband. Hopefully it might get cheaper than this?

Currently just have cheap broadband and leeching sky sports from a family member on the PS4 - handy!
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Old 19.07.2017, 07:15 PM
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thanks for the overview of options.But while Espn player does not have first pick in the BIG10 & Pac-12 etc does it show the games on-demand later?
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Old 19.07.2017, 07:52 PM
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thanks for the overview of options.But while Espn player does not have first pick in the BIG10 & Pac-12 etc does it show the games on-demand later?
No they don't but for the Pac-12 a 60 minute condensed version of every game is shown throughout the week on the Pac-12 Network which is available on youtube for 7 quid a month.
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Old 19.07.2017, 09:58 PM
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thanks for that
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Old 20.07.2017, 05:43 AM
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No they don't but for the Pac-12 a 60 minute condensed version of every game is shown throughout the week on the Pac-12 Network which is available on youtube for 7 quid a month.
It now appears to be £8.99 a month (or £59.49 a year):
https://youtu.be/IPTnhBUoKCM

And, for full information, BTN2Go International is $19.99 a month (or $119.95 a year, with a $14.95 one-day option)

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Old 20.07.2017, 07:02 AM
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Thanks everyone for the comments and advice so far on how to watch College Football in the U.K. I have previously subscribed to ESPN Player by paying monthly from August to January and found that to be a great service, particularly having games on demand. I will probably be doing the same this year and would recommend it to anyone who wants to get stuck into College Football.

Mainly for "soccer" purposes, I have just also added BT Sport to my Sky package and wonder if anyone can tell me whether their College Football coverage is available on-demand on the app, or is it only for live viewing?

Any BT Sport College Football advice would be appreciated.
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Old 20.07.2017, 09:35 AM
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Thanks for this thread as it's hard to do. There are usually a few YouTube channels that show them which is great because otherwise you miss them
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