Stay Connected to Your Favorite College Sports Teams with Mobile Apps

Your school is playing a big football game against a major rival, but you can't watch it because you have a group meeting for a class project. What do you do? With the help of mobile apps, you can have constant updates about the game right on your phone. Schools offering Education - Sports Management degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

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Apps For Your Favorite Teams

If you start looking through the sports apps available for your phone, you're sure to find that many college teams have one. Fan of the Clemson University Tigers? For $1.99 you can download an app to your iPhone that will give you schedules, scores, standings, game recaps and news for the Tigers' football and basketball teams. Need to always know what's going on with Notre Dame football? A $.99 iPhone app will keep you up-to-date with roster information, schedules, standings and news.

In 2010, the CBSSports.com College Network launched GameTracker, a collection of 190 free mobile apps for Android and BlackBerry. They are made for 95 colleges and universities in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and focus on football, volleyball, soccer, field hockey, ice hockey, basketball, baseball, softball and lacrosse. Once you download one of these apps you can access everything from breaking news to player bios to scores.

Apps to Give You a General Look

After you've got your app to give you the latest about your favorite team, you still might want to be able to get more of a general overview about what's going on in college sports. Don't worry - there are apps for that too. The NCAA Feed app, which is free and made for Android, gives you scores and stats for football, basketball and baseball teams in the NCAA. Official Big East Mobile is an app that focuses on highlights, stats, scores and news particularly for teams in that conference.

You can also get apps that focus on a specific sport. If you want to know all you can about what's going on with women's basketball teams, then there's the app Women's College Basketball Live. For $1.99 you can get all the details right at your fingertips.

Fun Sports Apps

The apps aren't just about getting scores and finding out about injuries. There are also some out there that give you a chance to have some fun. March Brackets is a free app for the iPhone that lets you create your own brackets for the NCAA March Madness Basketball Championship. You can also challenge yourself with apps like Basketball Trivia - MobileQs Expansion Pack. This app has 300 questions, including ones about college, professional, international and Olympic basketball.

Want to be connected to more campus news? Check out these college newspaper mobile apps.

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