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NCAA football and basketball downloads coming to Xbox Live

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
November 5, 2007
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Microsoft and ESPN have announced intent to pump complete college basketball, football, and other ESPN programming to Xbox Live customers. Commercial-free, standard-definition NCAA games will be available for 3 bucks a pop or $4.50 for "high-definition" versions -- other content will be priced as low as $2. Great, right? Only thing is, they aren't available until 48-hours after the game is over. Seems to us that any fanatic willing to burn cash for a game would have already seen his fill of highlights and news by then, eh?

Update: Service begins today with Saturday's USC vs. Oregon State game.



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