Can anyone link me? I still don't understand what ya'll are talking about.
Steakman - This deserves an answer. Everyone that is a Gopher fan deserves to be on the inside of this joke looking out. I'll try my best:
The sky fell last week as Gopher faithful learned that the game was not televised. But that depression quickly turned to excitement as we learned the game would be broadcast via the BTN (online and via an app).
That excitement quickly turned to ELATION when we realized this was no simple stream, this was AggieVision(R), the New Mexico State University-branded live football stream.
Is AggieVision(R) presented in HD? No. That would be too easy. 240p? Too easy. AggieVision is presented with no more than 40 lines of horizontal resolution, giving each football play the impact it deserves.
Does AggieVision(R) hire professional camera operators? Again, no. AggieVision uses NMSU drama/theater majors (unconfirmed) that have never actually seen football being played. Why follow the ball when you can follow the man the camera operator THINKS has the ball? Why pan out to show context for a punt return, when you can zoom in on the punt returner's hands, adding to the suspense of not knowing the current yard-line or whether there are defenders in pursuit.
Who sponsors AggieVision(R)? Even though it was hard to see at times on screen, global brands like "CASA DE AUTOS" are the financial backers of this new football-viewing experience.
The true customer value proposition that AggieVision(R) brings to market is as follows: "We like to distract our fans from the actual football that is being played because we are a terrible football team".
Now I am going to hell for making fun of hard-working students.