Some of you may be wondering why I am up at 3:11 AM. Well it is quite simple: I am young and a lot of you are old. Deal with it. But mostly, I saw an advance screening of "Lady in the Water", which even for free wasn't worth the price. On to the news I say!
Officials from the Big Sky announced that all football, men's and women's basketball, and volleyball games will be available via live web-stream, as well as archived viewing, for each of the nine members of the Big Sky Conference starting this next year. According to The Missoulian:
A bit pricey, but if the quality is TV tantamount, then your money may be well spent. It is well that the Bobcats and Griz have nearly all their games broadcast in Montana, but I never have the opportunity to watch other schools in the conference. A happy fan this would make.
SportsCast Network out of Salt Lake City has developed and produced the project, which is at www.bigskytv.org. Prices are $99.99 for all site content (called the Annual Conference Pass), $59.99 for single-school content or for a month-long all-site pass, $39.99 for a monthly single-school pass, and $6.99 if a fan just wanted to watch a single event
And now, bed.