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  1. idonthaveaclue

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    Is there a way to get live audio of NCAA football?
    (perferrably Big 10....OHIO STATE)
     

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    Hope you find a way,so you can hear the Canes kick their cheating ass.
     
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    That statement makes absolutely no sense. At all. But show that Thug-U Miami love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Is there an Android satellite radio app? Or if your local in Columbus you can tune in to a local broadcast.
     
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    I need to start looking for an XM app for the DX.. There has to be one out there.. Love that youre trying to listen to the Buckeyes game though...=)
     
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    Yah.. Easy.


    Download an App called "Tune In" in the Market; It's Free.

    It's radio stations that stream live. Go to "By Location" and find the local station that is broadcasting it. ;)


    All the best,
    Eric


    PS: UGA > Ohio State.... Just sayin'
     
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    m.971thefan.com its the mobile site for the sports radio station in Columbus.

    GO BUCKS!
     
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    Sirius has an app. It's not on the marketplace, but it's on their website. Works pretty good, although you can't listen to Howard Stern on it (stupid contracts).
     
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    There is an app called sports radio droid. Its ok. It does have a tendancy to cut out every now and then.
     
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    Thugs rule. Go Canes.
     
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    I tried this app, it showed quite a few college games on today...but when I cliked to listen to it it was not the game. I assuming they (NCAA) blocked the streaming of the game.

    Any more help would greatly be appreciated.
     

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