ESPN GamePlan

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ESPN GamePlan is an out-of-market sports package offering college football games to viewers throughout the United States.

GamePlan begins on Labor Day weekend and continues through the first Saturday in December. It includes all regional telecasts on ABC, as well as games from various syndicators like ESPN Plus, Raycom Sports and SportsWest, and some local stations like Allentown, Pennsylvania's WFMZ-TV which broadcast locally-produced college football games. Viewers can watch games from their cable or satellite provider or on the ESPN3 broadband Internet service. Subscribers to Internet service providers that have ESPN3 can access GamePlan games for free.


Up to 15 games are provided each week. Some games are joined in progress due to time and channel constraints. In 2007, ESPN GamePlan picked up additional telecasts of the Atlantic Coast Conference and Southeastern Conference shown on Comcast Sports Southeast/Charter Sports Southeast. This change replaced Big Ten Conference games that left ESPN Plus for the new Big Ten Network.


The 2009 full-season price was $115 (early bird offer), payable in two installments of $64.50 each. A single day's games was also available for $29.95.[1]

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  1. ^ DirecTV, channel 109 promotion, retrieved Aug. 7, 2007

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