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MessageSujet: diffusion NCAA   Lun 26 Sep - 20:47

Ce soir d'après mon hebdo sur Sport+ match NCAA. En fait rien... euh oui, du foot...
Est-ce que mon hebdo se trompe, ou canal abandonne ça aussi?
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Lun 26 Sep - 20:50

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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 9:16

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je te remercie pour ces éclaircissements Very Happy
Bon, effectivement ce mardi matin ça passe: chat échaudé craint l'eau froide.
Plusieurs fois j'ai mis en marche l'enregistreur pour n'avoir que du... foot(soccer!)








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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 16:12

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je te remercie pour ces éclaircissements Very Happy
Bon, effectivement ce mardi matin ça passe: chat échaudé craint l'eau froide.
Plusieurs fois j'ai mis en marche l'enregistreur pour n'avoir que du... foot(soccer!)








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Je ne t'ai pas apporté plus de précisions car tu as deja DEUX topics qui parle de ça ou TOUT y est expliqué.... 8)

POUR LA PEINE TU SIGNERA LA PETITION 200 FOIS!!! Mr. Green
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 20:54

Je ne t'ai pas apporté plus de précisions car tu as deja DEUX topics qui parle de ça ou TOUT y est expliqué.... 8)

POUR LA PEINE TU SIGNERA LA PETITION 200 FOIS!!! Mr. Green


Signer 200 fois? OK mais inventer 200 noms différents pour être crédible Laughing .
Et puis je suis nouveau Rolling Eyes ... Et puis CANAL déconne sérieusement Mad , alors ce qui était vrai hier peut être faux maintenant Shit
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 20:54

Je ne t'ai pas apporté plus de précisions car tu as deja DEUX topics qui parle de ça ou TOUT y est expliqué.... 8)

POUR LA PEINE TU SIGNERA LA PETITION 200 FOIS!!! Mr. Green


Signer 200 fois? OK mais inventer 200 noms différents pour être crédible Laughing .
Et puis je suis nouveau Rolling Eyes ... Et puis CANAL déconne sérieusement Mad , alors ce qui était vrai hier peut être faux maintenant Shit
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 23:29

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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mar 27 Sep - 23:30

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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Dim 3 Sep - 18:28

Ne pas oublier Yahoo qui retransmet gratuitement des matchs de la SEC.

http://sports.yahoo.com/top/collegebroadcast/teams/jps

Déjà dispo: Georgia - Western Kentucky

Bientôt: Auburn - Mississippi State et Arkansas - Vanderbilt
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Dim 3 Sep - 21:38

Krycek a écrit:
Ne pas oublier Yahoo qui retransmet gratuitement des matchs de la SEC.

http://sports.yahoo.com/top/collegebroadcast/teams/jps

Déjà dispo: Georgia - Western Kentucky

Bientôt: Auburn - Mississippi State et Arkansas - Vanderbilt

Wow!!! Regardez ce match : Georgia- WKU....

Le punt returner...
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Chef Osceola
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Lun 24 Aoû - 1:22

Dans moins de 2 semaines, c'est la reprise. Pourrons-nous à nouveau avoir du college football en français, en clair savez-vous si Sport + va à nouveau diffuser cette compét' ? A moins que les nouvelles chaînes Ma Chaîne Sport et Orange Sports s'y mettent ?
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Lun 31 Aoû - 9:07

Sport+ n'annonce rien de tel dans ses programmes, en tout cas pour l'instant. Le site de MCS est tellement dégueulasse que j'ai pas eu le courage de chercher dans leur programme.

A part ça, sur ESPNA, on aura droit à :
South Carolina at NC State et Oregon at Boise State dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi
Navy at Ohio State, Georgia at Oklahoma State et Alabama vs Virginia Tech samedi
Mississippi at Memphis dimanche
Cincinnati at Rutgers et Miami (FL) at Florida State lundi

Programme sympathique même si j'aurais bien aimé voir la nouvelle ligne offensive des Sooners à l'oeuvre face à BYU, tant pis...

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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Mer 2 Sep - 12:05

A voir : Oregon contre Boise, c'est un derbis à l'echelle des US, et ca va etre un match assez fun à regarder. En tout cas, tout ca pour dire que pendant que certains ont Boise St en schedule, d'autres ont Charleston Southern....

Bon allé j'en remet une couche avec un extrait du dernier TMQ, l'article est super bien foutu et ma fait enormément rire, apres promis j'arrette sur les cupcakes...au moins jusqu'a ce que Notre Dame soit dans le top 10.

Je me suis permis des petits surlignages sur les passages qui me faisaient rire...

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Tech start-ups were a bubble, the housing market was a bubble; most likely there's a gold bubble in progress, and when the gold bubble bursts, everyone will claim to have known it all along! The bubble to worry about is the cupcake bubble: all those fancy cupcake bakeries suddenly in New York, Boston, Washington, San Francisco and Seattle, offering $5 cupcakes hard to distinguish from supermarket cupcakes. It's a bubble: Capital is flowing into the opening of cupcake boutiques because, right now, consumers are willing to pay a premium for a sweet that is inexpensive to bake. As with other bubbles, this one is based on exaggerated claims and assumptions that can't last. In 2009, for whatever reason, people will stand in line to fork over $5 for a cupcake that masquerades as "red velvet" or "pink lemonade." Odds people will continue to do this long-term? 0.0 percent. Anyone opening a fancy cupcake bakery is jumping into the downside of a bubble. Don't say you weren't warned.

When cupcakes are mentioned, TMQ's thoughts naturally turn to big-college football.

At last the football artificial universe returns -- and once again, it's been too long. Some high school conferences are playing already: DeSoto and Cedar Hill of Texas have produced a memorable game. (Note to Desoto's coach: Don't call a fake punt on fourth-and-16, call one on fourth-and-short, when you might convert!) On Thursday, college action begins -- yours truly will stay up for the Oregon-Boise State collision. The NFL kickoff is on the horizon.

Because college football is commencing, it's time for TMQ's annual check of cupcake schedules. The two phoniest aspects of football-factory existence -- playing more games at home than on the road, and appearing at home against schools that are perennial losers or from lower divisions -- both are on display in 2009.

Notre Dame plays eight games at home, four on the road, and opens at home against Nevada, which last season lost 69-17 at Missouri. (All Division I-A and Division I-AA schedules can be found here.) Auburn has eight games at home and four away, and plays its first four at home. Auburn fearlessly faces, at home, Division I-AA Furman, which last year lost to Elon. Forget conferences; do you even know what state Elon is in? Tennessee has eight games at home and four away, and the home dates include meetings against Western Kentucky (2-10 last season, and the sole team beaten by 1-11 North Texas) and the Ohio Bobcats. Actually, the Bobcats may be a tougher opponent at this point than the Oakland Raiders.

Michigan has four road games and eight at home, including three cupcake dates against Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Delaware State. And the latter opponent is not the University of Delaware, the school of Rich Gannon and Joe Flacco. No, Michigan's Big House will bravely host Delaware State, a Division I-AA college that also lines up against Hampton and Bethune-Cookman. Two years ago, the Wolverines lost at home to Appalachian State. Then last year, under Weasel Coach Rich Rodriguez, they went 2-5 at home, including a loss to the Toledo Rockets. (Note: This year Toledo does not face traditional rival Akron; TMQ will miss the Zips-Rockets matchup.) Michigan alums, your despair may soon worsen as your blue boys are set up to lose at home to Delaware State. Get Bethune-Cookman on the sked for 2010! Steer clear of Elon, though. At this point, Michigan would be overmatched versus Elon.

Then there are the football factories that merely enjoy seven games at home versus five road dates. West Virginia, which keeps wanting to be viewed as a national title contender, has seven at home, and bravely hosts Liberty in its opener; the Division I-AA Flames play their own home games in a stadium smaller than that of many high schools. Florida has seven games at home, four away, plus a neutral-site matchup. The defending national champion Gators fearlessly open at home against Charleston-Southern; last season, the Division I-AA Bucs lost to Liberty and Wofford, though they did post a win over Edward Waters, an NAIA school. Surely any team that beat Edward Waters offers a serious test for the defending national champion! (Wofford, by the way, is a fine college, but its sports nickname is the Terriers. What do they chant in the stands? Perhaps, "Here boy!" Perhaps, "Woofie, woofie!") Alabama plays seven at home; Texas Tech plays seven at home. The Red Raiders, masters of the gimmick schedule, open with North Dakota at home, the second consecutive season Mike Leach's team has opened at home against a Division I-AA opponent.

Louisiana-Monroe is this year's have-cupcake-will-travel school. The Warhawks, 3-8 last season with losses at Alabama and Auburn by a combined score of 93-0, play at Texas, Arizona State and Kentucky. Middle Tennessee State has serious cupcake pretensions too, playing two of its first three at Clemson and at Maryland. On Nov. 28, Louisiana-Monroe and Middle Tennessee meet in what TMQ will dub the $5 Red Velvet Cupcake Bowl.

Are there exceptions to the gimmick-sked rule? As usual, the Pac-10 and ACC have legit schedules; both conferences emphasize home/road balance and worthy opponents. USC faces four preseason ranked teams, for instance, and has three sets of back-to-back away dates. Miami plays six home and six away, its first four opponents being Florida State, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and Oklahoma. All football teams claim to have tough schedules -- that way if the season is a disappointment, the coach can blame the sked, while if the season is a success, the coach can praise himself as the super-genius who overcame a killer schedule. But Miami is a rarity, a football-factory school with an actual tough schedule. Georgia is another rarity, an SEC school that has not gimmicked its sked -- the Bulldogs play six home and six away, with just one cupcake on the card. (The cupcake is Tennessee Tech, which this season opens against Pikeville; Pikeville later plays Shorter College and Brevard College; once you know the chain of scores in these games, you can project how much Georgia might have scored against NAIA Shorter.) And scrappy Fresno State is honoring coach Pat Hill's vow to "play anyone, anywhere." Despite sometimes being a top 20 team, Fresno State has five games at home, seven away.

What college receives TMQ's coveted Gimmick Sked of the Year award? Before the 2007 season kickoff, I fingered Arkansas, with North Texas, Chattanooga and Florida International on its plate; the Razorbacks went on to a five-loss season, the firing (more or less) of their coach, and the total calamity of the arrival of coach Bobby Petrino. Before the 2008 season kickoff, my Gimmick Sked winner was Missouri, which at the time was calling itself a national title contender. That year, Mizzou fearlessly faced Nevada, Buffalo, Baylor and Division I-AA Southeast Missouri; the Tigers lost four games, missed the BCS and were blown off the field by Oklahoma 62-21 in the Big 12 title game. Trying to rig your schedule with automatic wins only brings down the wrath of the football gods.

It's tempting to confer the 2009 Gimmick Sked of the Year distinction on Oklahoma State. The Cowboys not only play eight games at home and four away -- they open with five of six at home! But the 2009 Tuesday Morning Quarterback Gimmick Sked of the Year winner is Penn State. Not only do the Nittany Lions play twice as many games at home as away; not only do they fearlessly face, at home, Akron, Syracuse (which enters this season on a 7-29 streak), Temple (which enters this season on a 10-25 streak) and Eastern Illinois; Penn State starts the season with four consecutive home games, the first three against Akron, Syracuse and Temple. Penn State may have the single phoniest schedule any football power has ever cooked up. This causes TMQ no small amount of consternation, as I have long rooted for Joe Paterno to best Bobby Bowden for most career coaching wins, and admired that Penn State football consistently posts better graduation rates than most big-time football schools, including Florida State. When the Seminoles became embroiled this spring in yet another cheating scandal, this seemed to cement TMQ's preference for Paterno over Bowden. But now I check the card and see the Nittany Lions playing a gimmicked cupcake sked, while Florida State has six games at home, six away, and only one dubious opponent: Jacksonville State. On the field this year, Florida State is for real while Penn State is pulling a cheap stunt. Penn State athletic department, how did you think your rigged sked -- perhaps planned to put Paterno over the top in his final campaign -- would go unnoticed?
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Dim 6 Sep - 12:00

Je viens de découvrir ça : sur Eurosport 2, il y a un match de la Big Ten par semaine (aujourd'hui à 14 h, Michigan St.-Montana St., rediff ce soir et 2 fois lundi). Il y a quelques années, c'était parce que le college football n'était pas une compétition européenne qu'Eurosport l'avait laissé tomber, après la fusion entre feu TV Sport (émanation d'ESPN) et Eurosport. Aujourd'hui, à peu près 15 ans après, ils diffusent une partie un peu pointue de cette compétition. Allez comprendre ! Mais bon, nous n'allons pas nous en plaindre

Si vous tombez sur la bande-annonce, elle est tordante tellement elle est ridicule ("Suis LE Big Ten").

Déjà des surprises dans ce 1er week-end de compétition, et il n'est pas terminé !
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Dim 6 Sep - 12:41

Ouai mais Eurosport 2 c'est un truc payant en plus de canalsat encore une fois !
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Lun 7 Sep - 1:24

Va falloir sérieusement penser à une pétition !
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MessageSujet: Re: diffusion NCAA   Lun 7 Sep - 7:42

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Ouai mais Eurosport 2 c'est un truc payant en plus de canalsat encore une fois !
Si tu as tes parents ont canalsat avec le forfait "sport" (ou un autre nom) t'as Eurosport2, logiquement, non?

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