The ESPNU Channel on DISH Network

You know, every sport has its own loyal fan base and I find it fascinating that every grade level of sports has its own loving, loyal followers too.  I’m sure you all know at least one football fan, but if it isn’t the NFL, they can’t be bribed to watch.  But that doesn’t mean there aren’t fans out there of Little League football, or for guys like me, fans of college football.

But for a very long time, for those of us who are intensely interested in college as opposed to ‘professional’ sports, there weren’t options available for us to be spectators and fans without having to miss all but local events.  But thanks to ESPNU on DISH Network, that’s all changed and personally, I think it is fabulous thing.

espnu from DISH TVESPNU on DISH Network, commonly referred to as just “The U”, features live game action on about 300 events, mostly 27 Division I  conferences including ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC, as well as enhanced coverage of 22 NCAA Championships.  That gives you access to live events, news headlines and highlights as well as expert college sports analysis of football as well as both men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, lacrosse, ice hockey, wrestling and more from the comfort and convenience of your own living room couch.  Now for college sports, could you even ask for better news and coverage than that?

You can easily access all the latest updates and information from your favorite college sport on DISH Network’s ESPNU channel 141 in these DISH Network packages;

If you or someone you love is as enamored with college sports as I am, you just can’t get better than front row seats to your favorite event, and if you call DISH Network right now, you too can access ESPNU and have the best in college sports coverage at the click of a remote control button.

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