Georgia Tech-Charlotte and other games on the Web

This release was given to me in the media room after the game tonight. For those wanting to view the Paradise Jam games, it costs [B][COLOR=Blue]$17.95[/COLOR][/B] for the weekend. The winners bracket games will be on FSN but all the other tournament games, including all four first round games will be shown only via JumpTV.

Sounds a bit expensive, but it’s an opportunity to see the 49ers and a basketball junkie’s dream!

[QUOTE][B]Basketball Fans Get Jump On Live Video of Tournament Games
JUMPTV Sports Makes it Possible[/B]

ORLANDO, FL – November 2, 2007 – JumpTV Sports, the leading technology provider for maximizing the value of content, commerce and services for sports organizations and fans, today announced that beginning November 9th it will stream a series of Basketball Travelers, Inc. (BTI) tournaments featuring both men’s and women’s basketball games for fans to access either live or on-demand.

“JumpTV Sports continues in its position as the unrivaled global leader in live and on-demand broadband video sports distributor,” said Craig Jonas, COO, BTI. That leadership and JumpTV’s extensive global experience and reach, empowers BTI to bring home the action of the BTI tournament for fans around the globe from Alaska to the Bahamas.”

BTI tournaments feature men’s and women’s teams of the Big East, PAC 10, ACC, SEC, WAC, Big Ten, Mountain West including UConn, Duke, Arizona, Penn State, Indiana, Georgia, Alabama, Pittsburgh, UNC-Charlotte, Iowa, Minnesota, DePaul, UNLV, USC, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Oregon, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, NC State, Stanford, Texas A&M, Wake Forest, Fresno, Oregon State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Washington State, Eastern Michigan, Temple, Wichita, Pepperdine and San Diego State.

Fans interested in seeing their favorite teams can visit [URL=][U][/U][/URL] to register for a selection of more than 75 games in 15 tournaments. The schedule of BTI tournament broadband video streams is as follows:

November 9-11, BTI Classic – Baylor
November 9-11, BTI Classic – Palo Alto
November 9-11, WBCA Classic
November 9-11, Women’s Sports Foundation
November 9-11, World Vision Classic – Fresno
November 10-12, World Vision Classic – New Mexico
November 15-18, Top of the World
November 16-17, BTI Classic – New Mexico
November 16-19, Paradise Jam
November 22-24, BTI Classic – Lubbock
November 22-25, Paradise Jam
November 23-25, Junkanoo Jam
December 27-28, San Diego Surf n’ Slam
December 28-29, Duel in the Desert

[B]About JumpTV Sports[/B]
A division of JumpTV Inc., JumpTV Sports connects fans to their favorite teams, athletes and leagues from collegiate, professional and international sports organizations around the world. The company offers live and video-on-demand streaming of sports matches as well as custom-branded site design and Web hosting, e-commerce solutions, online ticketing, mobile distribution capabilities and social networking technologies.[/QUOTE]


Not much if four people split it.


Not much if four people split it.

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They call use UNC-Charlotte.

I’ll be there at the GT game.
Right after our game is Winthrop’s. Before I leave, I’ll try to get the Chicago crowd chanting, "Randy Peele, pay your bills."
I hope we play them in the 2nd Rd. so bad. I’ll be yelling very loudly.
A girl at work told me where the Domincan women with cinnamon tans hang out in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI, so y’all know where I’ll be.

Has anyone been able to get the internet thing to work? I try to add packages to my account and I just get a “Page cannot be displayed”:unhappy:

online radio anyone?

Reminder: Its only $8 to watch the single Clt vs GT game, not $18