San Jose State game confirmed on ESPN3:

San Jose State game confirmed on ESPN3:

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10 thoughts on “San Jose State game confirmed on ESPN3:

  1. Dave'69

    So now all games except the Oct 15 game againt Rutgers are on TV. If we get a couple of early season wins (like SC and AF), the Rutgers game will get picked up by someone.

  2. Dave'69

    Am I mistaken or was the last Navy game not televised at North Texas on Nov 10. 2007?
    That’s quite a recruiting tool, especially in situations when competing against Army and AF.

  3. Dave'69

    I’ve sat in front of a computer screen to watch the game.
    Last year I was in Gulf Shores for the Wake Forest game. I found out that a Pensacola navy group had arranged to have the ESPN3 game routed thru a projection TV at a bowling alley bar.
    If there is a way for me to watch the game “live” without buying a ticket at the gate, that’s “televised” as far as I’m concerned.
    Based upon that criteria, am I correct to say that we are working on a 43 televised game streak?

  4. Well, I watched the North Texas game online, so I don’t know what counts. That was a feed of their jumbotron and not produced by a television company like ESPN3 is, so maybe that’s where the line is drawn.

  5. Dave'69

    You are much more technologically talented than I am. As I recall, it took me a while to figure out how to stream WNAV that day. My daughter (then 12 years old) was not around to help me. So North Texas is indeed where I draw the line.
    In any event, I’ll place our “televised” record up against anyone in the country, including Alabama, Auburn, and the rest of the SEC which says a lot for the popularity of Navy football (even if COMCAST still has not gotten the word).

  6. If I can watch the game streaming, I count it as televised.

    To think of all the years I sat listening to WNAV online and fuming over, “Candeto is at the 10. . . the 5. . . ” !
    Truly, we are in a golden age for Navy football.

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