In a move that would seem to make complete sense, College Football conferences that have no pre-existing television contracts with a major network, are now looking to broadcast their own games over the internet
. The Big Sky Conference signed a three-year contract with Sportscast Network (SCN) of Salt Lake City
to video stream league football, volleyball and men's and women's basketball games on the Internet.
Last year, CBSSportsline showed every game in the first 3 rounds of March Madness online for free (as in beer). Response was overwhelming, and yet the internet did not buckle
``This is the future,'' Big Sky Commissioner Doug Fullerton said. ``The fan will decide what they are going to watch and when they are going to watch it.''