L’Observateur : CFB on the Internet Edition

Last month, I bought the 9.99 Euro-a-month ESPN 360 package so I could maybe get to see the Oklahoma Sooners play every once in awhile. Since then, I’ve fallen in love with it. I can watch about 30 games a week live on my laptop, and switch back and forth between games whenever I want. It’s like having ESPN Gameplan for American cable TV, except I’m in France.

Then, this past weekend I discovered something called justin.tv, which is, I think, people broadcasting online what they are currently watching on their American TV. Either way, it’s great, because I was able to watch the Oklahoma/TCU game and the Alabama/Georgia game in split screen in the middle of the nuit on Saturday.

Oklahoma and Alabama are currently #1 and #2 in the college football polls, and if I had it my way, it would stay that way forever.

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