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Midwest

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Anyone have a good schedule for games this weekend, that will be on TV?
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Southie

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Starting Friday and running through Sunday, all games in Austin (not just the Texas games) will be aired LIVE on Longhorn Network (for those who have it in their cable package).

https://texassports.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
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This is the best I could find for tomorrow...

NCAA SOFTBALL

12:00 PM  Boise State vs. Boston College (Softball)   longhorn

2:30 PM   Boise State vs. Northwestern State (Softball)   longhorn

3:45 PM   Southeast Missouri State vs. Northern Iowa (Softball)   espn3

4:00 PM   Middle Tennessee vs. Mississippi State (Softball)   secplus

4:00 PM   California Baptist vs. Texas A&M (Softball)   secplus

4:30 PM   Iowa vs. LSU (Softball)   secplus

5:30 PM   Northwestern State vs. Texas (Softball)   longhorn

6:00 PM   Toledo vs. Northern Iowa (Softball)   espn3

6:15 PM   Northern Colorado vs. Texas A&M (Softball)   secplus

6:30 PM   Stephen F. Austin vs. Mississippi State (Softball)   secplus

7:00 PM   Tulsa vs. LSU (Softball)   secplus

8:00 PM   Boston College vs. Texas (Softball)   longhorn

8:15 PM   Drake vs. Toledo (Softball)   espn3

10:00 PM   Boise State vs. Boston College (Softball)   longhorn


Here is link to the rest of the weekend
http://www.espn.com/watch/schedule?categoryId=0ea819a4-6496-3b75-8c5f-d060b93e7c85&startDate=20190208&type=upcoming
Southie

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We've had warm weather in Austin the last 5 days or so, but that changes (of course) for the games on Friday and the weekend where daytime highs will only be in the 40's, I believe.  There is some rain in the forecast, as well; so, I hope they can play all the games.
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Any of the games today being streamed?
TaacAsunSunblt

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Yes on Flo.  I am watching SC vs BYU right now.  You can look at the ncaa site and it has a list of games being played today.  LSU is on tonight on Sec+.  
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Thanks.  I checked a couple of days ago on ESPN and nothing popped up but I see the LSU game now.
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Yes on Flo.  I am watching SC vs BYU right now.  You can look at the ncaa site and it has a list of games being played today.  LSU is on tonight on Sec+.  


How’s the video quality? Was thinking about paying for it but not really sure yet if I want to.
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My subscription is good through 2/17, so I was pleasantly surprised that I didn't have to pay this morning when I pulled it up.  However, they are having technical difficulties galore this morning.  Right now, it is on repeat and they keep showing the same 32 second clip over and over.  Right before the issue, it just went down.  Last year they seemed to get it together and I enjoyed some of the preseason tournaments.  I am guessing they are just having trouble since this is the first game.  They are in Mexico, so I am not sure about internet connections and such.  I hope they fix it.  They do have announcers, so you can listen while you work.  
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My subscription is good through 2/17, so I was pleasantly surprised that I didn't have to pay this morning when I pulled it up.  However, they are having technical difficulties galore this morning.  Right now, it is on repeat and they keep showing the same 32 second clip over and over.  Right before the issue, it just went down.  Last year they seemed to get it together and I enjoyed some of the preseason tournaments.  I am guessing they are just having trouble since this is the first game.  They are in Mexico, so I am not sure about internet connections and such.  I hope they fix it.  They do have announcers, so you can listen while you work.  


It’s working fine for me, on the app and on the Roku. I do wish the outfield cameraman wouldn’t try to zoom in and follow the ball when it’s hit. It’s dizzying to watch and you miss the play.
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Weird.  I am watching on my laptop through Explorer and it was down for a bit.  It is working fine now, but the announcers went AWOL for a little bit.  They are back now.  
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It’s working fine for me, on the app and on the Roku. I do wish the outfield cameraman wouldn’t try to zoom in and follow the ball when it’s hit. It’s dizzying to watch and you miss the play.


Is Flo on Roku?  How much is it?

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Is there one place you can go to see when games are and what tournaments teams might be at, rather than looking up every single team?  I can't believe how bad the NCAA website is.  They have a list of games, but no times, no locations, no nothing.
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Is Flo on Roku?  How much is it?


$29.99 monthly or pay for a year up front for $129.99.
You sign up on the FloSports app or online, then log into that account on your Roku. (I believe you can cancel at anytime and get a refund on the yearly account, but I’m not certain.)
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Is there one place you can go to see when games are and what tournaments teams might be at, rather than looking up every single team?  I can't believe how bad the NCAA website is.  They have a list of games, but no times, no locations, no nothing.


For televised games I look at the WatchESPN app and choose just softball and all the games come up on there.
Then Flo Softball is covering a lot of the early tournaments so you can look on there.
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Yeah I'm not just talking about televised games, but any games.  Hard to believe the NCAA doesn't have a more organized scores page that at least has basic information.  It basically requires you to look up an individual team to find out where they are playing and if there's a stat tracker.
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$29.99 monthly or pay for a year up front for $129.99.
You sign up on the FloSports app or online, then log into that account on your Roku. (I believe you can cancel at anytime and get a refund on the yearly account, but I’m not certain.)


How would that work?  If you cancel the yearly plan after one month, how much are you getting back?

If I recall when I used to have a paid account with them, for the monthly account you can cancel any time, but you get the remainder of the month you paid for.  You don't get a refund.  I imagine the yearly would work the same way or else it would be better to buy the yearly and cancel after a month to get that month at the $12.49 pro rated cost rather than spend $30 for a one month subscription.
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I agree.. I start here: http://www.espn.com/college-sports/scoreboard?date=20190207&sport=wsoftball  and here: https://www.ncaa.com/scoreboard/softball/d1  but neither are perfect and you still have to do some digging.

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Yeah I'm not just talking about televised games, but any games.  Hard to believe the NCAA doesn't have a more organized scores page that at least has basic information.  It basically requires you to look up an individual team to find out where they are playing and if there's a stat tracker.
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My favorite phone app/widget is The Score.  I've asked for the past 5 years if they would add NCAA softball as a supported sport, and they say they have no plans to - although they have NCAA baseball.  I suppose one big issue they would run into is a reliable place to get game tracking, scores and stats.  I suppose that also means baseball has a better support structure in place that would allow a third party app to display scores.  Typical...
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How would that work?  If you cancel the yearly plan after one month, how much are you getting back?

If I recall when I used to have a paid account with them, for the monthly account you can cancel any time, but you get the remainder of the month you paid for.  You don't get a refund.  I imagine the yearly would work the same way or else it would be better to buy the yearly and cancel after a month to get that month at the $12.49 pro rated cost rather than spend $30 for a one month subscription.


I don’t know, I just didn’t see anywhere that said you could not cancel the yearly subscription. I did read if you accidently did the yearly instead of monthly you have 30 days from sign up to change to the monthly.
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Pac-12 network has some games as well : https://pac-12.com/#/Softball

All times PST:

2/8 8am Stanford vs Bradley
2/8 10:30am OR vs Kansas
2/8 3:30pm Western Michigan vs ASU (pac-12 AZ or on the pac-12 app)
2/8 6pm Missouri vs ASU (pac-12 live stream)
2/9 8:30am Seattle U vs Oregon State 
2/9 11am CSUN vs Utah
2/9 1:30pm Kansas vs ASU (pac-12 Arizona)
2/9 4pm Kansas vs Utah (pac-12 Mountain)
2/9 6pm Weber State vs ASU (pac-12 Arizona)
2/10 8am Seattle University vs OR 
2/10 10:30am Weber State vs Stanford
2/10  1pm CSUN vs ASU (pac-12 Arizona)


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Yes on Flo.  I am watching SC vs BYU right now.


I wonder what the odds of replays being available for the majority of us that work during the day...
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In my dusty TV room, I just put Oregon's season opener on the DVR (while my DD gets her first South Florida trip in the past five seasons -- as a grad manager at Indiana -- at beautiful FAU in Boca).

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ULL/Fordham is streaming live on their site:

https://ragincajuns.com/watch/?Live=948&type=Live
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ULL/Fordham is streaming live on their site:

https://ragincajuns.com/watch/?Live=948&type=Live
Thx.... wow, Milligan is Lilliputian!
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The winning team has scored four runs in each PV Challenge game so far. Now that doesn’t mean much, but it’s weird to see.
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I wonder what the odds of replays being available for the majority of us that work during the day...


Odds are pretty good : https://www.flosoftball.com/events/6255074-2019-puerto-vallarta-college-challenge/videos?facets=%7B%22Content%20Type%22:%22Full%20Event%20Replay%22%7D

They had every game from today except ND/Duke when I last looked.

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How would that work?  If you cancel the yearly plan after one month, how much are you getting back?

If I recall when I used to have a paid account with them, for the monthly account you can cancel any time, but you get the remainder of the month you paid for.  You don't get a refund.  I imagine the yearly would work the same way or else it would be better to buy the yearly and cancel after a month to get that month at the $12.49 pro rated cost rather than spend $30 for a one month subscription.


Pretty sure if you cancel before your years is out then they charge you the monthly rate for the months you did use, but from what I hear it is a pain to get the cancellation taken care of and the credit worked out. I just do the monthly for a couple months in early spring since I am most interested in the streaming and not the articles and updates they post year round, and cancelling has been pretty easy.
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Right, that's what I figured.  The yearly subscription discount assumes you pay for a full year upfront.  If you cancel early, it's like you are just paying the standard monthly amount.
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ULL/Fordham is streaming live on their site:

https://ragincajuns.com/watch/?Live=948&type=Live


All home games should either be on Cox, ESPN+, or steaming on the university platform.
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