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If ESPNU was hard enough for some Tennessee football fans to find, Saturdays home opener against Georgia State is available on a pay-per-view basis.
Addendum to that: Georgia is also blacked out on ESPN3.
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Thanks Atomic for info. That caught me off guard the Tn-NCSt game ranking.
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
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What!!!! This is an outrage!
I have watched all the PPV games on ESPN3 for years. I wonder why they added Georgia to the blackout now?
I'm guessing it's because Georgia State is the opponent. But that still doesn't make sense unless the game is being offered on a pay-per-view basis in Georgia.
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That was my next thought. I guess I'll check that Dish channel on Saturday. I can't imagine there would be any demand for PPV from Ga. State fans, all 36 of them.
Another question: Does utsports.com stream the Vol Network, so is it exclusively on satellite radio out of state?
Good question. I actually don't know the answer to that one. Maybe someone else does.
Vol Network website says they stream, so at least I can listen to 'ol Bob.
Not sure about the Dish channel, but I live in Georgia and the DirecTV channel is already showing on my box.
I live in AL and DIRECTV was showing channel 790 for TN and GA ST. Called to order and they said I had to wait until about 4 hours before kick off.
It's showing on a Dish channel as well, but considering Georgia's on the blackout map for ESPN Gameplan, I can't help but wonder if it's a no go.
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