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Watching the Big Game Online...What is the best Route to take?
This coming weekend I have planned on having a little backyard shindig. Ill have some grilling, some corn hole and of course UGA v UF on.
I'll be setting up a projector inside a Giant easy-up so we can have a huge screen and still see it at 3:30pm when the suns still sorta out.
Here's the deal: The game is on CBS. I live in Athens, so as most of you who live here know, I'm pretty much obligated to use Charter Spectrum for my TV service. AND, of course, CBS won't let you watch anything LIVE if you have charter....go figure.
Has anyone else had to overcome this dilemma? CBS will let those with a HULU account watch live stuff , and then they have their own packages they offer as well.
Should I purchase the Main CBS package from CBS?
Should I purchase the CBS College Sports Package from CBS?
Do I need both to watch the game? Or can I just buy one and get both? Does the main CBS package come with the National CBS Sports channel?
Or Should I purchase a Hulu account and use that to access CBS on Saturday?
PS. What a friggin pain in my &&% !!
Thanks for any help with this,