Oh excuse me. From the ESPN3 page, click the networks box and switch to ESPNU. Which you get through WatchESPN which you get through I'd assume most internet providers in Iowa(everyone I know has mediacom at least).
I just went to the website for the first time today even though I've been reading a lot from this thread. First thing I did was click on the what is watchespn tab. I haven't seen or heard of that before. If it's something we get through our internet providers, that's awesome.
I blame the Longhorn Network for the inability to watch this game on ESPN3...
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
So there was something new with tonight's game. First time an ESPNU game has asked me what my ISP is. Three years ago I got no ESPNU games, two years ago about half. The past year I got pretty much 100% of football and hoops, maybe Comcast not cutting it anymore for them. First time it's every asked for an ISP specifically for an ESPNU game though.
Oh well, it's not like it's hard to find at any sports bar like LHN is. I actually have ESPNU, I just like the convenience of ESPN3 archived for whenever because I work late.
They should really change the way their site works though. I can tell they're tweaking it already. You can't have a list of "upcoming" on ESPN3.com and then not show it on espn3.com...especially when it's been that way for years.
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