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GeuaxTigers504
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Tailgating TV Question
just switched from directv to cox, is there anyway to get my tv service from cox out at a tailgate site?


Broham
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re: Tailgating TV Question
LOL, no

Edit: Well maybe, if you run a cable from your house. How far do you live from the stadium?
This post was edited on 8/16 at 10:42 am


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PurpleAndGold86
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re: Tailgating TV Question


Is this real life?



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Ash Williams
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re: Tailgating TV Question
Get some bunny ears


PoppaD
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re: Tailgating TV Question
You can watch broadcast network tv in hd using hd bunny ears. That's your only option without some sort of dish. But you can see plenty of games with just the bunny ears.
This post was edited on 8/16 at 10:58 am


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Fight4LSU
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re: Tailgating TV Question
You're doing it wrong

Seriously, I have cox (Internet, not cable), but I also have dish network and a tailgater dish. Only pay for the months I need it for.
This post was edited on 8/16 at 11:11 am


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Gmorgan4982
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re: Tailgating TV Question
Slingbox?


TigerWise
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re: Tailgating TV Question
A very long coax cable


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Walt OReilly
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re: Tailgating TV Question
you know you spelled Geaux wrong


TabledTiger
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re: Tailgating TV Question
You can use your COX tv access through your iPad and then transmit that to a TV


LSUaFOOL
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re: Tailgating TV Question
Self inflicted burn!


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lsu2006
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re: Tailgating TV Question
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just switched from directv to cox


Why in God's name would you ever fricking do this?


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TigerWise
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re: Tailgating TV Question
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You can use your COX tv access through your iPad and then transmit that to a TV


I thought you had to be on your cox's Internet account in order to do this.


tigerfan in bamaland
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re: Tailgating TV Question
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Slingbox?


valid option.


tigahfan75
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re: Tailgating TV Question
You should have received a special access code from Cox to broadcast to your tailgating site. I would call them and inquire...


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Hootie
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I thought you had to be on your cox's Internet account in order to do this.


No, you can be logged into your Cox account from any computer, but internet service on gameday on campus is going to be spotty.
This post was edited on 8/16 at 12:03 pm


TigerWise
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No, you can be logged into your Cox account from any computer, but internet service on gameday on campus is going to be spotty.


I'm gonna have to try it again, it wouldn't work from my phone unless I was at my house on the network.

Yes, I wouldn't trust campus wifi or cellular on game day.


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Tiger in NY
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re: Tailgating TV Question
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Slingbox?


Problem with SlingBox, WatchESPN, ESPN3, etc is that you get shite for data on gameday.


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