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Discussion in 'VCU Mens Basketball' started by AlienAiden, Sep 5, 2018.
Here is the full schedule up to this point. Some start times and TV networks still yet to be determined.
how long until someone starts whining about how our lack of televised games is indicative of our program's fall from grace even though the tv schedule isn't done yet?
All in all not a bad schedule. OOC is going to murderous in that 12/5-12/20 stretch but no super long unbroken road trips.
Where does ESPN+ factor into the streaming?
ESPN+ is a subscription site. My Verizon/ESPN subscription does not count and I will have to pay a monthly fee during the season to access games on ESPN+.
Not many in-conference Saturday home games. One in January, two in February, none in March. But St. Joe's on Friday night.
One note: Got a late change from the A-10. The Wichita game is ESPN2 and not ESPN. The first release incorrectly says ESPN.
I think anything that use to be on the A10 website will be on ESPN+. If you every watched a Game on the A10 website, ESPN plus is a very good deal as the monthly price is the same as a single game on the A10 website. I have watched VCU volleyball and VCU Soccer so its a worthwhile investment for me
That's both good & bad imo. Bad because it means it'll be more difficult, for people who don't live close by, to make it to a VCU game.... where as normally some might take a weekend & take a trip to Richmond and come watch a VCU game. So there's fewer opportunities for that.
However, on the flip side, for the locals, it's not a terrible thing, because now someone could take a weekend and make a trip to Davidson, Dayton, or St Bonaventure if they've never been.
It has it's pluses and it's minuses.
There is only one less weekend conference game than last year. There is also one more weekend OOC game than last year, so the total number of weekend games is the same - 10.
Off topic, and I realize Goochland is bigger than it used to be, but... do I know you?