Let’s say your favorite college team is the TCU Horned Frogs, and they’re about to play. You’ve gotten everything ready. You have all your gear, including t-shirts, hats, foam fingers, and team towels. The snacks are all dished out and ready to eat. Only two questions remain. Where should I watch the game? And what the hell is a horned frog?
To answer the second question first, a horned frog is actually a lizard, native to the American Southwest. As a lizard, it’s a reptile, not an amphibian. It’s also known as a horny toad, or a Texas horned lizard.
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As far as the first, the answer to that is much different than it might have been not too long ago. Many years ago, if you weren’t where they were playing, you weren’t seeing them. TV and radio made things a bit easier, but you still had to be within reach of the proper channel’s signal.
Now, the world has completely changed. Thanks to computer technology and the internet, you can watch the TCU Horned Frogs, or any other team, in any other sport, from any place you can get an internet connection.
Whether you have a desktop, laptop, tablet, or even a smartphone, with just a bit of work, you can be watching your favorite team where ever you might be, whether that’s your couch, your desk at work, or the beach. Here are a few of the options you have.
If you have a TV service (cable, satellite, or fiber optic) you usually have an option to watch their programming online. Each provider has their own method to access this service, so make sure you get some practice in before gameday.
If your game is being broadcast by a major network, you might be able to stream the game on their site. Just go to the network website, and you find a link for live programming. A couple of examples would be WatchESPN.com or www.CBS.com/live-TV.
For the TCU Horned Frogs, you could try watchbig12footballonline.com. Just be forewarned. This is not a site that provides a service. It’s just a gateway to another site, where you pay for the game. So, be prepared to cough up some cash.
Finally, you can just try to use brute force and dumb luck. Around gametime, try searching for the teams using your favorite search engine. This method is very hit-or-miss. If it works, you’ll look like a genius. If it doesn’t, everyone will be at someone else’s house, watching on a big screen TV, while you’re stuck listening on a tiny portable radio with lousy sound.
So, just remember. It doesn’t matter if your favorite team is the TCU Horned Frogs, or a cricket team from India, our modern world, with the internet and computers and connectivity, allows you to watch any sport, from any place, at almost any time.