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Leaving Sat AM. Will be there in time for the game. Staying in the middle of the hotel zone.
If your resort has WiFi, you can watch the game on-line.
ESPN says that you cannot get it over the internet outside of continental US except for our military installations. When I was at a resort south of Cancun I could not get the TRUE ESPN on our TV, just the english language version that is designed for Hispanic audiences, i.e., lots of soccer and some NFL action... they do not care about college football, so no OSU there. But in the Zone, I would guess the TRUE ESPN will be available at a real sports bar.
As azvalleybuckeye notes, ESPN will be all over the place. It's commonplace all over Mexico, not just the Americanized resorts.
It is commonplace but man be prepared for a ton of soccer!! If it's a good resort they should have the MAIN ESPN channel. But I have been to Cancun, Cabo and Puerto Vallarta.......really got tired of soccer.
Me gustaría pensar que se puede ver el juego en ESPN Deportes. ¿Por qué no grabar el juego y disfrutar de sus vacaciones?
"Whatever doesn't kill you...is gonna leave a scar." - MM
No comprende. Mucho gracious. I do understand "uno cervaza por favor"
Thanks to all!
There's a million places to watch in cancun. Have fun!!!
Hope you're staying in an all inclusive!! Save you a ton of money on food!! The water is clear and warm!! Do one of the snorkeling excursions. Think it's called Xel Ha, it was amazing!!!
you'll probably get espin, but it may be showing mexican soccer
We stayed at Excellence North of the Hotel Zone in Sept. ESPN programing was geared towards a Mexican Audience. No problemo tapped right into the game tracker for the UCF and Cal games. Probably a good thing it was an adults only resort and I didn't have a tv for those.
"I simply can not have Degeneration X (Rant participants) roaming the hallways and going upper tank in my office"..Cdiddy
when i went we stayed at the cancun palace and i could not get the game in our room.i found a sports bar in one of the other hotels to watch. sorry i can't remember the name of that hotel but it was two over from the cancun palace and i think the bar was called champs. $4.00 for a budwiser but at least i got to see the bucks
Our resort in cancun had espn for our honeymoon in 1994 I imagine they still have it
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