ESPN unveils new technology in ESPNU’s college football coverage

ESPNU has announced a new technology that will allow viewers to quickly and easily navigate the network’s coverage of college football.ESPNU’s College Football Live will now be accessible to viewers in a new mobile app, allowing viewers to easily navigate to their favorite games by typing a keyword or number and scrolling to the right.

In addition, fans will be able to quickly see the game highlights, and the game’s highlights, with the help of a dedicated video overlay that will also provide a live feed of the game.

“We have a lot of love for college football and we are always looking for ways to improve the experience for our fans,” said Jim Gray, ESPNU CEO.

“Our goal is to continue to deliver the best viewing experience possible and we feel like this new technology will help us to deliver that.

The app will not only provide the latest college football news and analysis, but will also help our fans see the action live on their devices.”

The new technology is built on ESPNU+, which is an innovative new suite of content that will enable viewers to watch any ESPNU show in the comfort of their own homes.

With the new app, viewers will be taken directly to the games, which will include highlights, video, live scores, scores, live stats, and more.

The new mobile technology allows viewers to access the entire college football season without having to load a separate page in their browser.

Additionally, the new mobile platform will also stream live games from all ESPNU channels, including ESPNU, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPNEWS, ESPN Classic, ESPN Fantasy, ESPN World, ESPN, ESPN Mobile, ESPN Radio, ESPN Talk and ESPN Radio 2.ESPN will debut the new ESPNU app at a later date.