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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Via MLive:

Airing on Comcast ch. 8 in the Ann Arbor area, viewers can watch the Wolverines tangle with North Dakota on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

On Sunday, Comcast Local will air at 1 p.m. a taped-presentation of the final from the Midwest Regional in Grand Rapids, where top-ranked Notre Dame and Michigan State are playing.

At 3:30 p.m., Comcast will carry the Northeast Regional championship game live from Manchester, N.H.

As it is scheduled now, the station will air the East Regional final from Saturday on tape at 6 p.m. and air Sunday's West Regional final on tape at 8:30 p.m.

Should Michigan get past UND, the regional final against Air Force (ha!) is currently scheduled for tape delay. For some reason. I can't imagine Comcast Local has anything better to show.


Kevin said...

How much longer until they fix the fundamental problem that those of us on the University of Michigan Comcast system don't get Comcast local, and thus can't watch our own damn team play?

Trayton said...

I'm an alum living in Seattle. Given there's no local NHL team and no NHL coverage (NBC and VS coverage is weak), I just want to watch some college hockey action. Sadly, Fox College Sports didn't get any rights and CSTV has a hundred coaches shows to air.

Any streaming video out there? If basketball has MMOD, they can cobble something together for hockey right?

Dan said...

brian, if we win Sat, i'm sorry to say that i won't be checking in on Mgoblog Sunday afternoon. i will be hold up in my bunker with Al foil on my head; undisturbed by intranets, interwebs, radio waves, etc. unless of course it's a nice day to watch UM play Oakland U at Fisher Stadium.

Anonymous said...

haloscan, plz