- Nov 20, 2008
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Well, remember, we were top 25 in football before the season started. Penn State was higher ranked. During this COVID era, some of these teams aren't going to be doing as well as expected while others will do better than expected.that first 8 games could be a back breaker. Certainly a shot we go 1-7 in that stretch and not play bad at all and have our spirit crushed
Have they announced the game times yet? I'm out on the West Coast. Non-cable TV ways to watch games? I did Hulu a couple of years ago to get Big Ten Network. Is that still the best option, or would something like Sling TV be a better way to go?Today's STrib:
Big Ten teams are only allowed to play up to seven nonconference games.
The initial challenge that Pitino and his peers face will be figuring out how many games they can actually play in the next month before the Big Ten schedule resumes in January. The Gophers recently returned from a five-day pause after some players tested positive for COVID-19.
“We are planning to play the seven,” Pitino said Tuesday, “but with the understanding that anything can happen.”
What was already known is that Pitino’s eighth season opens next Wednesday against Wisconsin-Green Bay at Williams Arena. The seven-game nonconference slate isn’t complete, though. Eastern Washington backed out of the multiple-team event with the Gophers and Loyola Marymount from Nov. 28-30 at the Barn, according to sources.
LMU is still scheduled to play in Minnesota, but the Gophers are seeking another opponent. Another possibility is for the Gophers to play LMU twice if the NCAA accepts a waiver.
I'm also on the West coast (LA Area) Last year I noticed that some of the gopher games were posted to youtube within a few days. that's one option. I have youtube tv which gets the big ten network but you won't get all the games since some may be on BT + . Youtube TV has gotten pricier. Sometimes REDDIT has some subreddit streams of college basketball. There are other streaming sites around as well.Have they announced the game times yet? I'm out on the West Coast. Non-cable TV ways to watch games? I did Hulu a couple of years ago to get Big Ten Network. Is that still the best option, or would something like Sling TV be a better way to go?