During season they had all the games here http://forums.tenyardtorrents.com/index.php
Right now i could only find a few. But it's worth a try i guess.
Thehoofbite explained it quite nice. I for myself use Azureus as my torrent Client. You can download it here: http://azureus.sourceforge.net/
. It's free. I would suggest using the 2.5 version. BTW: This is a java application. It comes as a bundle, you don't need to install the SUN Java Run Time Environment. But if you consider to install it anyways try using the v1.5update11 (here: https://sdlc3b.sun.com/ECom/EComActi...6 E97F9B495B3
) and not the new v1.6update01 one. I had problems to start Azureus with the later.
Just install it and download the torrent files into the directory you specified in the preferences of Azureus. Azureus checks that directory frequently and starts downloading the corresponding file(s) itself.
In the torrent network there are basicly two types of users:
1. Seeders: Those are the people who have the complete download and "seed" it for others.
2. Leechers: Those are the people who currently download. As you leech you also seed the parts you already downloaded (just like in eMule etc...).
Look for Seeders in the hundreds to have good download rates.
Good sites to look for files (not only football):
Hope that helps a bit ;-)