bingo wrote: Twincitysgriz wrote:
schield wrote:Griz games on Root Sports will not be streamed on this site.
So are you saying the games on Root Sports won't be streamed at all? Of will they be streamed on another site?
Not at all
Per Big Sky Conference site:
"Games on ROOT SPORTS will not be video streamed"http://www.bigskyconf.com/sports/2012/8 ... 23432.aspxhttp://www.bigskyconf.com/sports/2012/1 ... 25326.aspx
Q: What is the future of Big Sky TV?
A: Big Sky TV will continue. In fact, with the addition of Southern Utah, North Dakota, and Cal Poly and UC Davis for football, we'll bring you more games than ever in 2012-13. The games that ROOT SPORTS chooses to televise, however, will not be part of the Big Sky TV package. ROOT SPORTS may opt to video stream those games, or may not.
We are also working with America One, our Big Sky TV provider, on mobile applications starting in 2012. Most conferences and universities charge to view games on the Internet. The Big Sky package has been FREE for the past four seasons, and will likely continue to be free. http://www.nauathletics.com/sports/fbal ... /roots_q-a
Q: I don’t live in the ROOT SPORTS network footprint. How can I watch the Big Sky games televised by ROOT SPORTS?
A: The goal of the new partnership between DIRECTV Sports Networks and Big Sky Conference is to satisfy the strong interests of longtime Big Sky football fans surrounding each university, while increasing the opportunities for alumni and others around the nation to enjoy access to Big Sky football as never before.
Some cable and satellite companies offer out-of-market sports packages that will allow fans to receive the games outside the ROOT SPORTS service area. Contact your provider for more information.
ROOT SPORTS will pursue syndication agreements with other television outlets to make games available to interested fans outside the ROOT SPORTS service area. ROOT SPORTS is also actively exploring live streaming options for fans and alumni living outside the network territory who want to remain connected to their favorite schools. More information on streaming and syndication will be available closer to the start of the 2012 college football season.
For those that can't get access, then you will have to pay the ~$70 for the radio feed on http://www.gogriz.com
. I did confirm that all the games will have a radio broadcast through the paid service on http://www.gogriz.com
If somebody finds a back-door site, then it will be great if that could be posted on game-day...possibly a sticky.