It has been discussed extensively here. I left Sling for YouTube TV which has a significantly better offering in terms of all ESPN and SEC offerings along with network coverage with cloud based DVR and the ability to have others members of the family watch other programming. Others use HULU or other offerings here. I would personally not recommend Sling for Bama/SEC sports.Please move if in wrong section but I'm cutting the cord and wondered if any of y'all use sling for bama football and basketball
This /\I had Sling for not even one day, went back to Hulu.
That's how I use it typically. I think people who expect more of the entire cable TV experience (especially if they invest far more into TV, have a large 4K TV and so on) are not pleased, but for what it is, I'm perfectly happy with it. Why would I pay more when I'm mainly getting it for one reason?I use sling.. usually sign up in late august and cancel in january. The low cost and ease of getting out/back in has kept me using it.
No worries, Will....we're all here to help each other (for the most part anyway )Thanks for not blowing me up Bazza, longtime lurker and occasional poster so I'm still figuring out how to work the site.
This really has to be heavily emphasized. ESPN has darn near a monopoly on college football, bowl games, etc... but unless you live in the middle of nowhere, you're going to get the major (broadcast) networks over the air. There's no need to be watching on a website unless they have some free on demand offerings.You can watch the Super Bowl for free I think on CBS Sports site. I won't turn this back on until beginning of Sept.