How to Watch Week 1 of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Games Live Online
College football is making a comeback under odd circumstances this year. While the season is not yet fully underway as yet, there has already been some scuffling around schedules all due to COVID-19 and ensuring conditions are safe to play. Nonetheless, the first weekend games kicks off this Saturday, Sept. 5 beginning at 1 p.m. ET.
How to Stream Week 1 FBS Games
- When: Saturday, Sept. 5 at 2:30 p.m ET
- TV: ESPN, CBS Sports Network
- Stream: Watch with Free Trial on fuboTV
While none of the games being played this weekend comprise of the highly-watched top 25 teams, the games are still expected to get your adrenaline pumping. College football fans will be treated to seven games, which will be kicked off by the Eastern Kentucky Colonels facing off against the Marshall Thundering Herd at 1 p.m. SMU will go against Texas State at 4:30 p.m. and Houston Baptist vs. North Texas follows at 7:30 p.m.
All eyes will be on the last games of the night when Arkansas State faces off against Memphis at 8 p.m. and
Stephen F. Austin goes against UTEP at 9 p.m. The meeting between Arkansas and Memphis is sure to thrill fans as the two teams have long been rivalres. “This will be the 59th meeting between Memphis and Arkansas State since the series began in 1914. Arkansas State has won four out of the last six, but the last meeting came in 2013 — the year before Memphis began to roll off double-digit win seasons every other year or so,” CBS Sports reports.
The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks and the UTEP Miners will close the night with a game that sees both teams aiming to redeem their names. Last season, the Lumberjacks came out with a 3-9 record, while the Miners were at 1-11.
How to Stream the Week 1 FBS Games Live on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS and Android
There are six major streaming providers that offer Live TV Streaming. Check the chart below to see where you can watch the FBS Games live on ESPN and CBS Sports Network using iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast and Web.