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I’m 70 years old and I love the way the networks broadcast every single game of the NCAA tournament. I can watch any game I want. Before 2010 or 2011, I could only watch the games CBS broadcast. And CBS had only the game closest to my station geographically. I live in Michigan and if I wanted to watch Indiana play -tough luck. I could watch only MSU of UofM. But with the CBS & Turner networks partnership all games are available for viewing.
If a 70 year old is able to watch every game played why are so many people moaning about Turner carrying the games?