It depends on where you live. If you would be getting these games on cable otherwise (Anywhere in NC and some parts of SC/GA as well I think) then they'll be blacked out. There are ways of getting around that but could result in them cutting off your service/fining you $100. I've never heard of that happening but it is in the terms of service. What you can do is use a proxy IP address to fake your location. Google these and see which one you would rather use if this is something you want to do: Stealthy, VPN Shield, Hotspot. If you live someplace where the Canes wouldn't be broadcast regardless, like Oklahoma or somewhere, then you'll have no problems.
If you have a mac and iOS devices, I use VPN Shield. It uses one subscription for all your devices, and sets it up for you.
Plus, I think if you leave a review on the app store, they add days to your subscription.
The pricing, which I feel is way better than Astrill.
7 days: $.99
30 days: $2.99
90 days: $7.99
1 year: $19.99
Okay. I cannot verify this but I will check it Sunday. Go to playstore and download "HotSpot Shield". Open it and activate the VPN Shield. You also need to load app from playstore too. Once VPN is activated, the app will ask to track your location and/or push stuff to you. Decline all tracking and it should work. I am listening to the Sports Hub 98.5 right now with No IP address being shown. One thing that may make a diff. You may need to hook up to WiFi for better bandwidth. But if you have a laptop, I'd go to that for ease.
Puedes usar Opera, Proxy VPN Shield(un plugin de Chrome) cambiar los dns de tu pc por 188.8.131.52 y 184.108.40.206 o 220.127.116.11 y 18.104.22.168 y ya te saltaste el bloqueo
EDIT: Son metodos distintos, puedes utilizar uno de ellos o varios, cambiar el dns es mas que suficiente