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greek

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i have not used my dish in ages i will this ft ball season,,has anyone had luck finding the hawaii warriors college football games last year,alot of games were on oceanic cable just for the islands...
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i have not used my dish in ages i will this ft ball season,,has anyone had luck finding the hawaii warriors college football games last year,alot of games were on oceanic cable just for the islands...


I hope you have fast internet for select games or hope Hawaii is so good that a national broadcaster wants to televise their games.

I don't know if Oceanic is taking a hard-line stance about letting visitors broadcast games from the Islands or if its the mainland stations that don't have a lot of interest, but as you noted there are not a lot of games from hawaii making it to the mainland via satellite.


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If the visiting team is picking up the Hawaii feed then there is a Oceanic feed.

If it's just Oceanic televising then there is no feed.

If ESPN or CBSSN is televising then there is a feed from those networks. ESPN feed might be scrambled.
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I have read their first game on Saturday against UMass will be streamed for free viewing.  Since the game is being carried by NESN, there is a chance for a feed.  But just in case, you should be able to get the stream by going to the "live video" link by the game.
http://mattsarzsports.com/Schedule/Weekly/football2017/0#.WZ3tjLpFyCg
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Spectrum has been using this feed on Friday and Saturday for a few weeks for High School Football:

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12185 H 6730


If they don't use this feed, I expect they might use another one. But definitely start looking on Galaxy 18 ku @ 123.0w

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i remember when prime ticket LA would show all the hawaii games,then oceanic cable took over,,i actually called the hawaii ath dept  from boston ma..they told me about it being online for a fee.....now with spectrum sports i am going to check the lyngsat charts daily to see if this channel pops up,,hey guys keep me informed on any spectrum sports sightings...thanx..
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I have read their first game on Saturday against UMass will be streamed for free viewing.  Since the game is being carried by NESN, there is a chance for a feed.


There will be a feed as there are always feeds when Hawaii is on the road and the game is televised on the islands.




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If the visiting team is picking up the Hawaii feed then there is a Oceanic feed.


the big Q is how often (if at all) there will be a satellite feed for the visitor's broadcaster to pick up as I mentioned earlier, Oceanic may be taking a hardline stance against inking a visitor team television agreement in order to protect their PPV revenue.


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i see the game is scheduled to air on the somewhat new Eleven Network, NESN+ and also possibly a feed on the UMass website.  should be an uplink, by somebody, out there, somewhere.  hope so!

regards, scott

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