3. The Peacock debacle was an adventure for some
As many have voiced their opinion before me, I too was not a big fan of watching a Michigan football game on a streaming service instead of basic cable.
For as long as I have been alive I can remember always watching the maize and blue on ABC, FOX, ESPN, or Big Ten Network, but that changed for the first time in almost 30 years.
Fortunately, it turned out flawlessly for me as I had no issues, but I can’t say the same for those who were posting their concerns all over Facebook and Twitter.
Not being able to flip back and forth between games was a nuisance unless you had multiple televisions, phones, or other devices to use. The TCU/Colorado battle was not one to miss during the noon window. Spectrum got rid of Disney earlier this week which means no top 10 LSU/Florida State matchup for their viewers either.
DirecTV subscribers will be in for a treat next week when they play UNLV on CBS, which is currently unavailable thanks to a dispute with Nexstar.
It could get settled by then, but some folks better be ready for another rude awakening thanks to the greed of these billion-dollar companies that are ruining college football for the everyday diehards like you and me.