Am I the only one who has a decent mp3 collection?
If I have a choice between radio and my mp3 collection, I'll go with the mp3s every time.
Ironically, the only place where I can't listen to music is at my gym, because they play their own music too loud, and it would compete with and distort the music from my ear buds. So at the gym, I often listen to BYU-related downloads such as player/coach/alumni interviews, and that's how I've come to want my BYU radio coverage served: as downloadable interviews or segments.
I don't know about the new 1280, but even ESPN 700 has had a few downloadable BYU files every now and then. It's a been a few weeks (since the end of fall camp), but I fully expect to download several files next Wednesday at the end of BYU's Media Day.
In short: I don't listen to live radio unless I have absolutely nothing else to listen to.
BOLDLY n o b l y INDEPENDENT
Why Tavernari is relieved that he's not around to play Pepperdine again.