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RSL looking to close deal against Monterrey tonight

Published: Tuesday, April 26 2011 6:00 p.m. MDT

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Nussdorfer AC
Salt Lake City, UT

It's still too far away.

Joe Moe
Logan, UT

And the only way to watch it is the obscure FSC channel? Please.

AsSOCiation Football
Salt Lake City, UT

I don't understand all the criticism of the RSL game being on FSC. Anyone with an HD package would most likely have FSC. If you don't have FSC it will also be on Telemundo and on concacafs website.

Naked Truth
Salt Lake City, Utah

Re: AsSOCiation Football

I have DirecTV and I had to add the Sports Pack to get FSC. $13 per month in addition to my regular programming package. The channel is not that accessible.

I'll watch this match tonight and I'll enjoy it but I still fail to see how it is so big. If it were so big, meaning a big draw, one of the ESPN channels would for sure carry it.

Papa Smurf UTE
Herriman, UT

What channel is it on Direct TV?

Farmington, UT

Check out the CONCACAF website. The registration is free and harmless. Go RSL!!

Taylorsville, UT

I confirm what ouisc said. I've watched all of the previous CONCACAF games on the website. The only problem is the commentator can't pronounce the names very well. He pronounces Olave as Oh-lav. Saborio is Sa-BORE-ee-oh. Espindola is Es-pin-DOE-la. Martinez (Monterey) is MAR-tun-ez. During one of the Saprissa games he called Nick Rimando Tony the entire game.

Cedar City, UT

ESPN cannot just pick up any game that they think is big. The games have contracts. Just like the first BYU vs SDSU game could not be shown because the mtn had it. Manchester United played a big game vs. Schalke yesterday and yet it was only on FSC as well. It is not very good logic to assume that no game is big because ESPN does not have it.

Mc Kinney, TX

Good luck to RSL tonight! I'm an FC Dallas fan, but I'll be cheering for RSL this evening.

Syracuse, UT

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