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Again this year you won’t need to get the NFL Network to enjoy that third helping of NFL Football on Thanksgiving night. Just like last season, the game will be broadcast by NBC. If you can’t be in front of the TV, you can still watch the game live online or on your iPad.
ESPN released a pretty significant update to it’s popular ESPN SportsCenter mobile app this week which brings scores, Twitter feed and an updated UI to your mobile device.
The Oklahoma City Thunder released their new official mobile app this week and it’s available iPhone, iPad, Android.
Are you an alum of the University of Kansas or a fan of Kansas Athletics? If so, you’ll want to grab the Kansas Jayhawks official mobile app.
Looking for a little more sports for you Roku device? With a recent update, Roku becomes the latest TV connected device to get the popular WatchESPN app.
Are you an NBA fan with an iPad? If so, you’ll want to check out the 2013-2014 edition of NBA Game Time App.
If you are a Fox Sports 1 subscriber, now you can watch Fox Sports 1 on your iPad or iPhone with the Fox Sports Go app.
Looking for ways to listen to your favorite NFL team’s games each Sunday? We’ve gathered together a collection of resources to get you that audio feed.
So you want to catch the MLB Playoffs, but can’t be in front of your TV? Here are your online and mobile viewing options for the 2013 playoffs.
If you plan on watching some SEC football online this fall, CBSSports.com has an interesting new viewing option for you. New for 2013 is the option to watch the All-22 view live stream online or via your mobile or tablet device.
Well, the deal that had NFL fans scrambling to Amazon.com to gobble up the new Madden 25 Anniversary Edition seems to be over.
The NFL season kicks off this weekend. Here’s a list of NFL Apps for your iPad that deliver the latest NFL News and information, and even let you watch NFL games.
As it has for the past several seasons, NBC will once again live stream online all Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish home football games in 2013.
WatchESPN has made some significant UI improvements recently and now has added both ESPNews and ESPN Deportes to it’s streaming lineup.
One of my favorite tools for improved fantasy football performance is listening to fantasy football podcasts. From pre-draft help to mid-season injuries and analysis listening to podcasts is a great way to stay on top of the latest fantasy football news at your leisure. We break down our favorites right here…