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Next on the chopping block: CBS College Sports

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by dixiehack, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. dixiehack

    dixiehack Well-Known Member

  2. Bullrog

    Bullrog Member

    CBS College Sports = CSTV, right?

    Anyhoo, this is surprising.
    I just started getting this channel on my cable package within the past two weeks.
  3. Twoback

    Twoback Active Member

    Without the studio shows, they essentially have no network.
    There's nothing whatsoever to watch.
  4. BartonK

    BartonK Active Member

    They show, I think, one college football game every Saturday. What else is on the network?
  5. KevinmH9

    KevinmH9 Active Member

    CBS does broadcast a lot of college basketball and will air probably two or three college football games per week.
  6. sportschick

    sportschick Active Member

    They air three football games a week (well, most of the time). Two on Saturday and one on Thursday.
  7. GeorgeScott

    GeorgeScott Member

    What's happening at cbssportsline.com?
  8. Pete Incaviglia

    Pete Incaviglia Active Member

    Every time I turn it on, it's a replay of some DII football game or women's soccer.
  9. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    Just so everybody's crystal clear on this: One has absolutely zero to do with the other.
  10. expendable

    expendable Well-Known Member

    Hey, the Indiana/California football game is more interesting when both teams are from Pennsylvania.
  11. turnovers

    turnovers Member

    These networks will never work. Eventually, the conferences will offer feeds of all their games on the Inter. Once broadband reaches adequate speeds nationwide, all TV content will be delivered over those tubes anyway.
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