Best College Football Viewing Experience? Maybe!
by Crestien
 Chris On Tech
Jul 27, 2011 | 1897 views |  0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

You know how in the article about streaming I wrote yesterday I mentioned that missing live sporting events was the biggest drawback to cutting the cord on your satellite or cable subscription? Well today ESPN announced ESPN 2.0 for Xbox 360 Live via the Gizmodo blog.  There's a demo video of the ESPN App to watch on Gizmodo.

"You officially have a reason to watch ESPN on your Xbox 360 come this fall - ESPN 2.0 is pretty awesome. Watch multiple games in HD. Pause one while keeping the other going. Stats! So many stats. And oh lord, the mini-guide with live thumbs and scores.

Confession: The only sport I give even the slightest bit about is college football. Fortunately for me, ESPN on Xbox 360 is re-launching August 25 with college football in mind."
Continue Reading At Gizmodo

August 25th is the day and personally, I can't wait to consume my favorite sport in my favorite way.  I just got my Xbox 360 about a month ago and it's worth it's weight in gold to me.  It's perhaps the perfect option to play Netflix and Hulu if you already have one instead of buying the Roku box I mentioned previously. Stats, Pausing, Split Screens, Mini Guide, and oh so much more goodness.  If you don't have an Xbox 360 be jealous.  Be very jealous.

My Advice:

This one is super simple.  On August 25th go and download the free ESPN 2.0 app onto your Xbox 360 and enjoy the mess out of college football and all other sports in the coming days.

Chris Williams, Web Developer, WideNet Consulting

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