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ESPN U question

Discussion in 'DISH™ High Definition Discussion' started by Calvin386, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. Calvin386

    Calvin386 Godfather

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    I have the Absolute + Locals package. Very economical and has everything I want except ESPNU.

    It looks like I can go to top 120 and get ESPNU but I will lose CBS college sports channel as well as NatGeo and a couple others.

    In order to get both, I will have to go all the way up to top 200 and I still lose NatGeo.

    Is ESPNU even on Dish right now considering the contract dispute?

    Do they even offer it in HD?

    Does Dish offer a college basketball package that I could buy that would get the games I want without making all these changes just to get what appears to be a SD ESPNU channel?

    I have been on the Dish website but I am having a hard time putting it all together.
     
  2. RasputinAXP

    RasputinAXP Kwisatz Haderach of Cordcuttery

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    ESPNU is standard def. We're not likely to get it in HD until the rest of the Disney disputes are cleared up.
     
  3. Calvin386

    Calvin386 Godfather

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    I defintely don't think its worth all the trouble just to get a SD channel. I'll watch them on the internet.
     
  4. ehren

    ehren Hall Of Fame

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    ESPNUHD feeds are on espn3.com, thats about the closest you can get to HD. If your ISP carries it as well.
     
  5. Calvin386

    Calvin386 Godfather

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    I have always said I would not upgrade to ESPNU to see my beloved Louisville Cardinals because it should be in a basic package like 1 and 2.
     
  6. coldsteel

    coldsteel Hall Of Fame

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    And it is, the Top 120.
     
  7. Calvin386

    Calvin386 Godfather

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    You know what, you are right. I am just spoiled with my absolute package I guess.
     

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