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    I'm looking to not pay for cable anymore since everything I want to watch is available for streaming/downloading via Hulu and Amazon the day or so after it airs.

    Obviously things get a little different when it comes to sports.. I'm in Bloomington, so would I be in the blackout market for the Pacers games aired on FSI? If so, that definitely puts a damper in my money saving plans.

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    Default Re: League Pass Question

    I live in Bloomington and we don't get FSI at IU. I made the mistake of getting League Pass for the Pacers for half a season and they are all blackout games.

    I have had to watch the games on horrible streams all season, but it gets the job done.

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    I go to IU as well, live off campus though so I do get FSI now with campus. But once this lease is up, I'm looking to just paying for Internet and not cable.

    I always thought that the blackout rule applied to OTA local TV, and since FSI was cable I thought that I might be in luck, but guess not. Dang.

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