Okay, that's pretty awesome. Not that I have TruTV.
You probably do have truTV - it's the channel that used to be called CourtTV.
Ah, the time of year when it's wonderful to work in a college athletic department, where watching all the games doesn't have to be hidden from the boss. (Of course, I'd rather my team was playing in it, but that's still a bit of a longshot for us this year.)
And yet, Villanova will still check out early.
Ooh, and I'll have completely flexible hours throughout the tournament. This may require me to get cable for 2-3 weeks.
Oh...I might be off one of those days....I always mean to take off but I never can. Fingers crossed.
I was in college when ESPN debuted, and our housing complex provided it for free. At the time, ESPN had the rights to almost nothing, so there was a lot of billiards, Australian football, and world's strongest man competitions. But they also had the NCAA tournament. They showed every game -- although not live. One year, we just left our door open and our TV on, and various people would wander in and out of our living room; I'd wake up to go to the bathroom at 4 a.m., and find a ragtag group of sort-of friends watching taped delay showing of Stetson against Xavier.I know that being able to see all games live is a tremendous improvement over this. And yet, I feel nostalgic for those more innocent times.