TSL Audio: Chris Coleman on ESPN Radio Blacksburg, May 23rd, 2012

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On this week’s edition of the Sean Bielawski Show, TSL’s Chris Coleman discussed Cody Journell and conference realignment.

Chris Coleman of TechSideline.com on hoops and football recruiting.

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  1. WEll here we go again. I can,t open this radio program. Don’t count on me for a new subscription this next year if this keep up. Why pay for something you can’t get ?
    CBailey

    1. Well, number one, we don’t charge for this feature. Number two, we’re not the ones providing it — we link to the ESPN Blacksburg site.

      Number three … it didn’t work for you? Try clicking the link that says “Chris Coleman of TechSideline.com on hoops and football recruiting.” It should download an MP3 audio file and play it automatically.

      1. BTW I really do appreciate them going back to the old format. It is much easier. 134754, the problem is on your end. You don’t have the right plugin/software installed to play it.

      2. I do that and all I get is a small picture of film strip with a clock inside. Thanks.

        1. That means your QuickTime plugin is broken (the clock is actually a Q).

          Easy solution is just right click and “Save Target or Save Link As” to download the audio and then open it like an MP3 file (double click it wherever you download it to open it in whatever audio program you have setup for default like Windows Media Player).

          You can also uninstall QuickTime and then see if the link works better since it’s QuickTime that broke your browser’s ability to play MP3 files. Then if you actually need QuickTime again, re-download it at http://www.apple.com/quicktime/ and then install it and it will probably take back over but hopefully work.

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