Football

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  1. disneyhayes

    disneyhayes New Member

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    Anyone know of a way to listen to buckeye games via a radio app or something? We will be traveling from Ohio to Florida and back during the next 2 games and don't want to miss the "action "

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    Well you have a few options, IHeart radio is probably your best bet. Now, if you wanna invest some money and watch the game if its televised, slingbox is an option. For around $190 you can buy a slingbox, $30 for the app on the market but no monthly fees. This lets you watch whatever you can watch at home on your android device.
     
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    Not sure if the college games are like NFL or not, but if so, the stream over the internet may not be the game. NFL & MLB games aren't broadcast over the net even though the station is broadcasting it locally. If the game is being streamed, iheart radio (as mentioned), or Tuned In are both apps that might help. You may also be able to use your browser to go to the local station's website and stream from there. RadioTime is also a website that has many streams to choose from. Don't overlook the stations from the visiting team's city either, they may stream the game too.