Crimson Tide Club
- Jul 16, 2013
- Reaction score
Tow's out...Do what?
Two thoughts.When i watch.
One, stop watching.
And two, you've not watched a lot this year, eh?
The latter isn't that big of a deal. It's not that hard to keep up with the games, but it's certainly not as easy as simply tuning into one of the networks. There's quite a few that simply don't like watching anything via an app or on their computers/tablets/etc.
FWIW, and this is definitely changing the subject a bit, but you might find it useful or helpful.No havent seen a lot... but some....just seems ..you know..... whatever....and wouldn’t know how to view vis app. If i had an app.lol
Have directv. ..i can operate it pretty good...getting grankids to help is great idea...lolFWIW, and this is definitely changing the subject a bit, but you might find it useful or helpful.
If you have ESPN with your cable package you can watch the games all the time. How you do it is where the question lies.
• A smart TV and you can download the ESPN app. (It's no different than TV's having a HULU or Netflix app available.)
• If you want to you can always watch games on your computer. Just go to Watch ESPN, log in with your cable credentials, and you won't miss games. The VAST majority were available this season.
• IF you don't like watching on your computer, phone, tablet, etc., just spend $35 bucks and buy a Chromecast...send it to your TV. I do that with a lot. Using Chrome, it's just the matter of right click, cast ... two ways to get that done.
Worst case scenario...grab a grandkid and tell them to do it for you.!!!!