Sports Geekery

Watching Sports on Mobile, Computers, & Gadgets

Listen to Super Bowl 47 Live Online, iPhone, iPad, Android

Once again the Super Bowl is broadcast exclusively by Dial Global Radio Network. Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will call the game joined by sideline reporters Mark Malone, James Lofton, Jim Gray, and Scott Graham. For those who can’t watch the game, or just prefer the radio broadcast, here are some ways to hear SuperBowl 47 via computer, iPhone, iPad, and Android phone.

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Watch NFL Network & NFL Red Zone on iPad or Android Tablet (With Certain TV Subscriptions)

Want to watch NFL Network and NFL Red Zone on your iPad or Android Tablet? Well, unless you are a COX, Cablevision (Optimum), or Verizon FiOS TV subscriber, you’re out of luck. The service is currently only available to those TV subscribers that have NFL Network and/or NFL Red Zone as part of their TV subscription.  Continue Reading >


NBC Sports Live Extra App Brings Live Streaming Sports to iPad, iPhone, and Android

If the NBC Sports Live Extra app magically appeared on your mobile device recently and you don’t remember downloading it, you aren’t nuts. The NBCSports Live Extra App is the updated remnants of NBC Olympics Live Extra app. It’s been rebranded with it’s latest update. This new version of the app promises hundreds of live sporting events from the NBC family of networks.  Continue Reading >


Get NFL Sunday Ticket Online Without a DirecTV Subscription

Would you like to get the NFL Sunday Ticket but can’t get DirecTV at your house? Well, you may just be in luck! Although DirecTV holds the exclusive broadcast rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, DirecTV was required in the NFL Sunday Ticket deal with the NFL to provide an online solution for fans who can’t get DirecTV. Continue Reading >


5 Great Ways to Use an iPad to Prepare for your Fantasy Football Draft

I had fantasy football in mind when I bought my iPad. I envisioned being able to pull up cheat sheets on the iPad during the draft and have stat information at my fingertips while watching games on Sunday afternoons. In the past few years since I got my iPad,  it has delivered so much more than I expected, especially when it comes to preparing for the fantasy football draft.  Continue Reading >