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Topic: ACC Network doesn't appear to broadcast money making
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ACC Network doesn't appear to broadcast money making


Posted: Aug 6, 2020 11:23 AM
 

programming... why are there few football games that involve Clemson, Miami, FSU. I can't recall ever catching any football games that are older than 2010, and it just seems like the higher profile games are rarely broadcast. There are a ton of WF, Pitt, BC games being broadcast but you would think from a marketing standpoint that they would feature great teams and matchups and fill with other good games that may not have featured great teams, throwback games are always good to watch. But I see more lacrosse, wrestling, volleyball, and low rated basketball games than Clemson and other high profile teams and games, like CFB playoff games or even baseball games.
Am I alone in this observation?

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Re: ACC Network doesn't appear to broadcast money making


Posted: Aug 6, 2020 11:32 AM
 

I have watched numerous Clemson games on the ACC network. They are rebroadcast from ESPN. I personally think that the Tigers are very, very well represented on this network. Several Clemson grads are on the various shows.


Re: ACC Network doesn't appear to broadcast money making


Posted: Aug 6, 2020 11:39 AM
 

Well, in recent and upcoming weeks they are going school by school, alphabetically and highlighting some good games those schools' teams had. If they involve Clemson, it will involve them BEATING Clemson. So who wants to see that?

But, if your point is about more archival football games from 70s thru 90s, even early 2000s - then I am with you. If ESPN owns the footage, they should be able to show it. Even if JP owned it, they could probably get it. So yeah, I'm down with that!


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