Lakers fans who are cutting cords enjoyed one of their better moments of the season as YouTube TV Friday night Cut off ESPN and all other Disney stations at Midnight Eastern amid that curse of both streamers and cable customers, a transportation dispute.
The Covid-exhausted and injury-ridden Lakers were in the midst of knocking down the Timberwolves, 110-92, which must have been a joy not to see the ending, but college football fans weren’t so lucky. The dramatic semifinal between North Dakota State and James Madison came to an end, with the bison beeping a 20-14 win that a lot of people didn’t get to see.
At least the game ended up with the same score it did when it went off air, and people now have access to an entire internet to keep track of a game they can’t watch. That’s progress since the Heidi game.
The good news for the Lakers, who had their three-game three-game season win, is that Friday night is unlikely to become anything anyone is talking about in half a century. Well, the Lakers hope so, because as someone who doesn’t have YouTube TV, once that football game was over, blowing up LA was pretty much all that was left of live TV sports for the evening, and that was ugly.
At least the first signs of the knee injury that forced Anthony Davis out of the game were good?
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Decoldste Crawford was on his way to LSU, but with Mickey Joseph going to Nebraska to become the Cornhuskers’ wide receivers coach after recruiting him to the Tigers, Crawford decided to go to Lincoln, at.
The head coach at Nebraska is, of course, Scott Frost. Bringing in the coldest Crawford? That will give the rest of the Big Ten chills.