Sunday, June 03, 2007

Oh well...

Northwestern's season is over after falling to Tennessee 3-0 this afternoon. Abbott was dominant, and NU had no answer offensively.

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4 comments:

James said...

This year really has been great. Both the women’s lacrosse and the women’s softball teams made it to the national championship, but only a few people were able to see their games. With talent like that, these games need to be shown on national television. This is why the new Big Ten Network is so great. It’s supposed to start up this fall, and it will exclusively cover Big Ten sports and other Big Ten information. The Big Ten Network will allow these teams to receive the attention they deserve. It’s about time.

Tim said...

I've been searching for more information on the new Big Ten Network plan. After finding out what it's all about, I couldn't agree more with what James just posted. It will be showing the games we really care about, especially the sports that rarely get any press coverage. Big Ten sports have sooo much to offer and they should definitely be televised more often. That's why I'm really looking forward to this channel. I just hope the cable companies don't shoot it down. With an idea as good as this one, it's hard to imagine that it won't get picked up, but I guess you never know. Let's just hope it actually happens.

Gina said...

I've been hearing a lot about this Big Ten Network. I really hope the cable networks adopt it. I've grown up in the midwest and being able to watch all my favorite teams on one network would be great. The talent in the Big Ten is amazing. Not only is the competition level high, the Big Ten has a rich history that makes watching any Big Ten sport really enjoyable. I look forward to the Big Ten coverage.

Matti said...

I agree...I've heard great things about the big 10 network. i'm personally excited to have something like this- i can watch big 10 sports as often as I like. i really hope that a cable company picks this idea up. it would, as everybody else has said, expose the talent and high-level competition of the big ten, and I think everyone would appreciate being able to watch the sports they want to watch.