Eagan approached Bill with the idea of creating a monthly cable television program covering Connecticut sports and was curious to see if the Whalers would be interested in being the main feature on the show. The representatives that were present were skeptical of the concept, and stated that it would be impractical and too costly to take a risk on something that would seemingly falter. They originally began looking for land in Plainvillehowever due to an ordinance that prohibited satellite dishes, ESP could not settle there. Doherty and K. Sweet Associates on an interim basis, but they were interested in finding permanent investors.
If you follow multiple sports like me, you will need an app to follow scores all day long. Most of us are busy during the day with work, getting little time at the water cooler to watch replays and discuss the play.
While ESPN is a good app for sports enthusiasts, there are better options for fans, especially if you are more into a particular sport. Scores are not the only thing that interest fans.
There are stats, videos, and news about player transfers and what not. While ESPN does a good job, it leaves a lot to be desired.
If you are not happy with it either, take a look at some alternatives below. You can select your favorite teams from different sports on the next screen.
Creating an account is optional, which is cool. Then there is the score tab where you can follow live updates.
There is a handy calendar at the top, or you can scroll through tabs date-wise to know the schedule. Also, theScore collects and displays Twitter updates in the Discover feed, and if you sign up using Facebook, it allows you to share directly from the app.
What I like is the Messages feature. Just tap on a team to create a chatroom where you can discuss anything with friends within the app. Overall, theScore is a complete app but much better for quick and live scores with alerts and chats.