Upon the agreement of the whole Time Warner/BTN fiasco, it still didn’t really help me very much. But there will be no further concerns thanks to this!
Cox Cable, which serves about 100,000 customers in the western suburbs of Cleveland, will show Saturday’s Ohio State-Youngstown State game. Cox does not yet have a deal fully completed with the Big Ten Network, which is broadcasting the game, but an agreement is so near that the decision to air the game has been reached, according to a Cox spokesperson.
And for those that will be at the game, you won’t miss out on any replays that we’re all able to see at home. Per Eleven Warriors:
Last year in the first quarter of the Ohio State-Illinois game in Ohio Stadium, some Buckeyes fans were in the dark about a controversial noncall on an apparent Illinois fumble.
This year, Ohio State will shed some light on similar plays when it shows instant replay of controversial calls on its video board for the first time, said Mike Penner, assistant athletics director for event services.
And while I do think that this move could result in some rowdy behavior, blame it on the zebras!! Man, I cannot wait for Saturday – especially with news of Pryor taking some snaps.