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Welcome back to the COMCAST RED ZONE

Last fall Comcast decided to come aboard as one of the primary sponsors of Big Cat Country and other SB Nation football blogs.  I'm excited to announce that Comcast will indeed be back to sponsor this site and other SBN sites in 2010.  Comcast realized how awesome of a thing we have going here at BCC and the rest of the network and wanted to continue the partnership for another year.


In case you aren't already aware of some of the NFL-related things Comcast is currently offering and will offer in the future, here is a quick rundown:
  • Comcast's cable lineup, including NFL Network, will offer wall-to-wall draft coverage including a live broadcast of the draft
  • NFL Network on Demand on Comcast will complement all the live draft coverage with profiles of the 100 top prospects available leading up to the draft
  • Comcast's NFL programming will also include extensive training camp coverage, preseason game broadcasts and full coverage of Hall of Fame weekend
  • During the regular season, NFL Network on Demand lets you re-watch every NFL game as soon as 24 hours following its original airing
  • The wildly successful and popular RedZone Channel will be back on Comcast for a second season
I think the best part of this package is the fact that you can re-watch every game 24 hours after it's original airing. This means if you miss out on a game you really wanted to watch, bam it's right there and you can watch it whenever you want. I think it's also worth mentioning how great the RedZone channel is. When you're not at a live NFL game, it's the best and easiest way to keep up with the full slate of games going on that day.  Last year BCC's sponsered Comcast posts were about the Jacksonville Jaguars and their red zone statistics and what turned out to be shortcomings.  This year we're doing something a little different. As well as Comcast presenting the RedZone statistics of the Jaguars, they will also present to player draft profiles as we enter the RedZone portion of draft season.

Regardless of your feelings about Comcast as a company, I'm excited for their sponsorship of Big Cat Country to continue in the future and thank them for supporting us.  They obviously see how great of a community we have here and at other sites, and their support is greatly appreciated.