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    Default Streaming for Santa Clara on Thursday????

    Any chance it’ll be an easy link?

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    Same ROOT time, same ROOT channel. Wazzu plays that night also (road game though), so it's hard to tell if we get the 3 Amigos or not to call the game. I'll find out soon and post the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorenTodd45 View Post
    Same ROOT time, same ROOT channel. Wazzu plays that night also (road game though), so it's hard to tell if we get the 3 Amigos or not to call the game. I'll find out soon and post the info.
    Since the game is in Spokane, it will almost certainly be 2 if not all 3 of the Amigos.

    It is also on AttsportsNet on Root (NW) and ATTRM but not on ATTSW. Apparently ATTSW s not broadcasting Zag games live this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    Since the game is in Spokane, it will almost certainly be 2 if not all 3 of the Amigos.

    It is also on AttsportsNet on Root (NW) and ATTRM but not on ATTSW. Apparently ATTSW s not broadcasting Zag games live this year.
    Just checked North Texas Uverse: No results found.

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    For those who are out of market and want to watch a ROOT game on their TV and not a laptop, there are two ways. (A) a long HDMI cable which will connect the two devices, they run about 5 or 6 dollars. (B) a ChromeCast dongle which will pick up whatever your laptop screen is showing, that is 35 dollars.

    None of my cable sports channels will simulcast the ROOT feed; I'm not in an ATT area. So I have to get creative if I want to watch the Zags on the big screen (when they are on local TV and not ESPN).
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    You can get Chromecast to cast the video from laptop even phone to your tv
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    Quote Originally Posted by SorenTodd45 View Post
    For those who are out of market and want to watch a ROOT game on their TV and not a laptop, there are two ways. (A) a long HDMI cable which will connect the two devices, they run about 5 or 6 dollars. (B) a ChromeCast dongle which will pick up whatever your laptop screen is showing, that is 35 dollars.

    None of my cable sports channels will simulcast the ROOT feed; I'm not in an ATT area. So I have to get creative if I want to watch the Zags on the big screen (when they are on local TV and not ESPN).
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    You can get Chromecast to cast the video from laptop even phone to your tv
    Do either of those work with PC instead of laptop?
    At least someone, somewhere, is laughing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    Do either of those work with PC instead of laptop?
    If your PC has an HDMI or USB port, you should be able to "hard wire" it to a TV that has the same ports. HDMI is preferred. You may have to buy an HDMI/USB combo cable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    Do either of those work with PC instead of laptop?
    Yes, the chromecast device you plug in to your tv to its hdmi port. Configuration is super easy and from there you cast the video opened in your browser to your tv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    If your PC has an HDMI or USB port, you should be able to "hard wire" it to a TV that has the same ports. HDMI is preferred. You may have to buy an HDMI/USB combo cable.
    With ScreenBeam Mini, you can wirelessly project from your PC to your TV.

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    I’ve started using Chromecast Dongle with my TV, and watched two men’s games, and
    The ladies SMC game, using my Android phone, with no problems.

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    All of these tips and tricks will apply to Saturday's game against Portland, but please be aware that the game is on FOX-28, and not KHQ.
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    From the GU Men's Basketball FB Page:

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