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    Can i subscribe to espn without cable?

    Is it possible to get ESPN online or on my TV without having to subscribe to a cable or satellite package? I'd love to save some money and get rid of cable but there are too many football games that I would miss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is it possible to get ESPN online or on my TV without having to subscribe to a cable or satellite package? I'd love to save some money and get rid of cable but there are too many football games that I would miss.
    If your Internet Service Provider has ESPN3 you can use ESPN3 to watch College games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is it possible to get ESPN online or on my TV without having to subscribe to a cable or satellite package? I'd love to save some money and get rid of cable but there are too many football games that I would miss.
    It might be possible. I'm not sure -- not a sports guy. Try this google:
    free live stream ESPN

    - Don't download anything.
    - Keep credit cards in wallet.
    - Don't believe anything you see on screen -- even the Xs
    - Patience and persistence ...

 

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