socantra wrote:I don't.
Yeah, my ISP doesn't have a deal with ESPN 360 or ESPN3 so I can't watch it that way.Gilgamesh wrote:I use a computer hooked to my TV to watch the sports from ESPN (Actually ESPN3)
Of course not everyone can use this solution as ESPN3 must be enabled by your ISP.
ericdouglas17 wrote:I am a new Roku user, and just suspended my DirecTV service - just doesn't seem right to pay $85/month for TV. I'll definitely feel it when football starts, though. I got an antenna, so I should get the local feeds pretty well (and in HD, too!) - and if there are other games I want to watch, I'll just have to head to the bar. I don't spend a lot at the bar (less than $15 per game), so it will work out ok, I think. Next year, I'll probably purchase MLB.TV, it seems to be a good price for the full season ($80, I think?).
I'll definitely miss occasional live events on ESPN (MNF, I suppose) - but it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make right now. And if it doesn't work out, I can unsuspend DirecTV.
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