When Yale football coach Jack Siedlecki goes on a national recruiting trip, he hears the same questions over and over from parents. “They always want to know, ‘Are you on TV? Can I get the games?'” Siedlecki said. With the exception of the game against rival Harvard, the answer is usually, “No.” The big TV networks simply aren’t interested in the little Ivy League. But the Ivy League and other small conferences may have found a way around that, the Internet.
Division 3 football, College baseball, even High School Sports! All available on the internet as “video on demand”. This sounds like a winning idea.