I live in NC and am hoping to watch Friday night's game. My little brother, Terence Scott, is making his debut with the team. I can't find any info on the website about the broadcast. I checked the CFL site and it doesn't look like it's available. Anybody have some input on this? I have DirecTV is there a package I can sign up for to get the games? I don't think the Comcast networks broadcast on there. Any help is appreciated.
I found the answer to my question. Looks like I'll be watching the game on cfl broadband. If anyone knows of a television broadcast available in NC, please post. It looks like that's not an option, since Comcast is not available in this area. Thanks.
tsn is the the network that covers all cfl games tsn,tsn hd, tsn2 hd
There is a US channel that does carry it. But darn it if I can't think of it right now. I remember a conversation about this a Baltimore fan was saying he could get it. If I find it I'll let you know.
I think TSN is only available in Canada isn't it? I'm in the US...The network in Baltimore and other markets is part of the Comcast Sports Net group. Unfortunately, you have to have Comcast cable to get those networks and Comcast isn't the cable provider where I live...I'm watching it on the cfl webcast, so I'm good. Thanks for the input guys. Go Lions!!!!
Terrence did pretty good for his first time out of the box. I was looking for him after you mentioned him.
HELLO FELLOW AMERICAN. SORRY TO GET TO YOU SO LATE. YOU CAN WATCH MOST OF THE GAMES ON MSG OR MSG+ AS PART OF DIRECT TV, BUT YOU HAVE TO BUY THE PACKAGE, WHICH COMES OUT TO A GOOD PRICE PER GAME FOR THE SEASON. YOU CAN ALSO GO TO ESPN360.COM FOR SOME GAMES.THIRD CHOICE IS TO PAY $6.95 FOR CFL BROADBAND TO WATCH EACH GAME AND $3.95 FOR ARCHIVED GAMES. I SAW THE GAME AND SCOTT PERFORMED WELL. CONGRATS TO YOU.