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Espn has had no March madness plays in their top 10. I've seen a ton of ridiculous plays that could've been in. Sour grapes because CBS has coverage?
Because ESPN sucks.
Anti-B1G bias IMO
That's a given, i just don't understand how average soccer goals make it over plays like FGCUs ridiculous alley oop.
They may have not wanted to pay CBS for the use of the plays. CBS has the rights to it and if they asked too high of a price then no go.
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
Does that mean that they are not showing any highlights?
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They're showing highlights from the games.. they just don't have any top 10 nominees regardless.
I can sure as hell tell you I've seen much better stuff out of the tourney than I have out of World Cup qualifiers to warrant 3 soccer highlights in a top 10.
ESPiN is garbage.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Yea I know they are showing highlights, but it could be something different like another small fee CBS wants. That is the only thing I can think of that would cause them not to.
For example some of the alley oops by FGCU should easily have been top 10 plays.
No objection to that, but they've gotta know that the majority of their audience isn't watching hockey or world cup qualifiers right now.
Possibly individual plays are protected for "One Shining Moment"???
Your guess is as good as mine, I asked here because I figured someone would know. If it is a matter of ESPN being cheap, then Disney needs to pony up and realize what their market is watching right now.
I hate soccer but must admit that if someone actually scores a goal it is POW worthy
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