Its actually a 3 hour show that goes from 9-noon, with the first hour on ESPNU. As far as I know The Score is only airing the last two hours which air on ESPN.
I have the Super Sports Pak so as long as it will be on that I am fine. How do you know it will be though? Does the SSP carry all ESPN games that aren't broadcast elsewhere on Canadian cable?It doesn't look like it. It isn't on The Score's schedule (although it could be added), TSN has CFL Labour Day Classics and TSN2 has US Open tennis that day. If The Score doesn't pick it up it will be on Super Sports Pak on Rogers/Cogeco and the NCAA package on Bell.
you have to pay for the whole package (Super Sports Pack) at $29.99 per month... They do not have a pay per package option.Does Cogeco have a pay per view plan so you can just watch the college footballs that you want to see. Or do you have to pay for the whole sports package plan.
Radio-Canada is broadcasting CIS-Québec football, not RDS. It starts next Sunday, McGill at Laval.The Score doesn't have a contract to carry Canada West games. Shaw owns exclusive regular season rights to Canada West, The Score has OUA, RDS has Quebec and Eastlink has AUS.
I find it funny that people complain about the lack of Canadian content on Canadian stations, then others turn around and complain about "Ontario garbage" featuring two teams full of Canadians being on over a US college game featuring virtuallly no Canadians. I guess you can't please everybody. I actually like the fact that The Score airs CIS games on Saturday afternoon when they could easily take the cheap way out and buy the 12:00pm package of ESPN games. Its not often that a Canadian network chooses amatuer Canadian sport over a simulcast of a US league/event.