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The following games are available in HD.
Please post which game you are viewing, what channel, your location, and how you are viewing the game (OTA, Cable, Sat, IPTV).

12 Noon ET

Rutgers at West Virginia ABC HD

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati ESPN HD

SMU at UCF (Conference USA Championship) ESPN2 HD

2 PM ET

Troy at Florida Atlantic ESPNU HD

3:30 PM ET

Oregon at Oregon State ABC HD

4 PM ET

South Carolina vs. Auburn (SEC Chamionship) CBS HD

7 PM ET

Washington at Washington State Versus HD

7:45 PM ET

Virginia Tech vs. Florida State (ACC Championship) ESPN HD

8 PM ET

Nebraska vs. Oklahoma (Big 12 Championship) ABC HD

Connecticut at USF ESPN2 HD

10:30 PM ET

USC at UCLA FSN HD
 

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more widescreen SD looking quality "HD" from ABC/ESPN for OR-ORst here in Chicagoland, D*


what a disgrace.
 

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The Oregon game actually looks better than most I've seen from ESPN lately, the image is soft, but it's also a pretty clean image.


Comcast - San Francisco
Agree, by ESPN standards it is pretty good.
 

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Actually doesn't look too bad to me on D* WABC. Wish they would do away with the GD bottom line. Not a damn thing scrolling on there that I need to know about. Please get rid of the damn thing.
 

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Agree, by ESPN standards it is pretty good.


the field level player zoom ins are sharp.


the main cam and the sky cam are softer focus than fiona in burn notice.



makes no sense.
 

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Now the CBS game, South Carolina vs. Auburn, does not look like a typical CBS broadcast, in fact, it looks as if I'm watching a 720p channel, soft image.


Comcast - San Francisco
 

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For the first time in ages, I'm forced to watch the OKLA vs NEB game on ABC on a standard definition TV. Can someone remind me what I'm seeing the effects of that makes it look odd in SD, as though it's not entirely smooth motion. Noticed especially when the camera pans and when the text in the ticker scrolls. It reminds me of what we used to see when watching something that was live from the UK.
 

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Originally Posted by SnakeEyes /forum/post/19595463


For the first time in ages, I'm forced to watch the OKLA vs NEB game on ABC on a standard definition TV. Can someone remind me what I'm seeing the effects of that makes it look odd in SD, as though it's not entirely smooth motion. Noticed especially when the camera pans and when the text in the ticker scrolls. It reminds me of what we used to see when watching something that was live from the UK.

Sounds like the downconversion is only using every other 720p frame? How is the downconversion being performed?
 

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Further update, OU-Nebraska is probably the best looking game on any ESPN network this year. Nice sharp picture, no ringing, no dancing grass, little to no noise on long shots. Whites look a little reddish, but that might be appropriate for a battle of crimson and scarlet. No judder on the HD broadcast on WFAA.
 

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Further update, OU-Nebraska is probably the best looking game on any ESPN network this year. Nice sharp picture, no ringing, no dancing grass, little to no noise on long shots. Whites look a little reddish, but that might be appropriate for a battle of crimson and scarlet. No judder on the HD broadcast on WFAA.


nice sharp picture?

not here.

D*, Chicagoland



both games look like total crap.
 

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Further update, OU-Nebraska is probably the best looking game on any ESPN network this year. Nice sharp picture, no ringing, no dancing grass, little to no noise on long shots. Whites look a little reddish, but that might be appropriate for a battle of crimson and scarlet. No judder on the HD broadcast on WFAA.

Watching on E* and can't agree. Main cams are soft as usual. Better than typical ESPN though.
 

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Further update, OU-Nebraska is probably the best looking game on any ESPN network this year. Nice sharp picture, no ringing, no dancing grass, little to no noise on long shots. Whites look a little reddish, but that might be appropriate for a battle of crimson and scarlet. No judder on the HD broadcast on WFAA.

Have to respectfully disagree. I am a Cowboys fan and obviously watch all of their games. I have yet to see a decent broadcast from that stadium. Not sure if it's the lighting or what but in never looks good.
 

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Originally Posted by coyoteaz /forum/post/19595669


Further update, OU-Nebraska is probably the best looking game on any ESPN network this year. Nice sharp picture, no ringing, no dancing grass, little to no noise on long shots. Whites look a little reddish, but that might be appropriate for a battle of crimson and scarlet. No judder on the HD broadcast on WFAA.

I agree---the best I have seen in quite a while.
 
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