| OT ðŸ“º Will you watch the premiere of the ACC Network tonight?


Premiere is at 7 ET tonight. A quick glance at their site and I see four options through cable in my area; Direct, Hulu, YouTube, and PS Vue. (I'm thinking it'll likely be part of the Watch ESPN app though, right? I've not seen a clear answer.

If' it's available, and I've got the time, I'll certainly give it a go tonight. If I miss it and WatchESPN has it I'll watch it tomorrow. Say what you will, but I would like to know more about how things are at Florida State, Virginia during basketball season, women's soccer (at its finest in this conference,) and more.

...brings me to another thought. Does this mean we start to see the end of the SEcSPN or what ever acronym you've seen thrown around?

I've wondered whether it was deserved. <img alt="" src="https://ih0.redbubble.net/image.567420689.0744/pp,650x642-pad,750x1000,f8f8f8.u2.jpg" style="width: 75px; height: 100px;" /> :rolleyes:

WatchESPN, right now.

Someone was asking about CBS the other day and fighting with Direct TV for access. Stanford University is giving the world all the local stations for free, including PBS and Univision and it's 100% legal and it looks HD good on my lab top.

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Clemson needs a relevant FSU and Miami. Beyond those 3 there just aren't any historically great football programs in the conference. GaTech and VaTech have had small moments throughout history, but even those guys hardly conjure up thoughts of a sleeping giant. Ultimately, without legit competition moving up and some national noterity for their own fans to be proud of, the lack of fear coming from the ACC will have more to do with the excitement of the new network.

You know, for a conference that hired a new bunch of coaches a few years ago, they have really gone belly up.
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