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How to Stream College Football Live This Weekend

This season it’s easier than ever to watch College Football even if you don’t have cable. However, with so many channels broadcasting games, it’s gotten even more confusing where to find your favorite team.

Where to Watch College Football
  • Local Networks: CBS, FOX, ABC, & NBC
  • Cable Sports Networks: ESPN, FS1, & NBCSN
  • College Sports Networks: Big 10 Network, SEC Network, etc.
  • Streaming Sports Networks: beIn, Stadium, ESPN+, Pluto.TV, & Facebook

The majority of major college football games will air on local networks or major cable channels, some smaller conference and games will air on the college sports networks or Internet sports channels.

We picked the Best Live TV Streaming Service for the college sports fan in general, but also for your Favorite College Football Team.

Our Picks

Hulu Live TV

There are many good options for college sports fans. Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV each offer Big Ten Network, SEC Network, CBS Sports Network, and ESPNU for $40 / month.

Playstation Vue

But, if you’re looking for the most comprehensive plan — PlayStation Vue is the only service that offers locals, cable sports networks, and every college sports network (except for Pac-12 Network). They also recently added ESPN College Extra which gives you access to up to 8 additional college football games every week.


If you’re a Pac-12 fan though, fuboTV and Sling TV are the only providers who offer Pac-12 Network.

How to Watch College Football on Local Networks

Most major SEC games will air on CBS, while Notre Dame airs on NBC. Pac-12, Big 12, Big Ten are traditionally broadcast on FOX and ABC. Some ACC and American games will also air on ABC.

Every Live TV Streaming Service includes local channels in their entry-level package, but not all local channels are available in every market.

Fortunately, most streaming services include CBS, NBC, FOX, and ABC in the majority of Top 50 markets.

You can see which locals are available in your area by using our Channel Finder.

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54,99 $US59,99 $US54,99 $US20 $US30 $US30 $US64,99 $US

How to Watch College Football on Cable Sports Networks

Most prime time games from major conferences that don’t air on network television will air on national sports stations.

Fortunately, most streaming services include ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, and NBCSN.

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54,99 $US59,99 $US54,99 $US20 $US30 $US30 $US64,99 $US
Fox Sports 1--
Fox Sports 279,99 $US--^ 10 $US
NBC Sports Network--

How to Watch College Football on College Sports Channels

Some games with lower profile matchups or teams are generally put on college sports networks like Big Ten Network, Longhorn Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network.

Most of the services include Big Ten Network SEC Network, and CBS Sports Network, but on some of them you may have to upgrade to a higher plan.

fuboTV and Sling TV are the only providers who offer Pac-12 Network.

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54,99 $US59,99 $US54,99 $US20 $US30 $US30 $US64,99 $US
ACC Network79,99 $US-^ 10 $US-
ACC Network Extra79,99 $US--^ 10 $US-
Big Ten Network79,99 $US---
CBS Sports Network79,99 $US---
ESPNU79,99 $US^ 6 $US-^ 10 $US-
Fox College Sports-^ 11 $US----^ 11 $US
Longhorn Network79,99 $US---^ 10 $US--
Pac-12 Network---^ 10 $US^ 10 $US-
SEC Network79,99 $US-^ 10 $US-

How to Watch College Football on Streaming-Only Channels

Some smaller games will air on streaming-only networks like ESPN3, ESPN+, Stadium, and Pluto.TV.

These channels can be accessed either from your streaming service’s interface or from their owns apps in the case of ESPN+ and Pluto.TV.

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54,99 $US59,99 $US54,99 $US20 $US30 $US30 $US64,99 $US
Stadium-^ 11 $US--^ 11 $US
Eleven Sports------
beIN Sports---^ 10 $US^ 10 $US-

How to Watch Every College Football Team without Cable

We picked the best live TV streaming services for each College Football team so you won’t miss a single play. Don’t subscribe to one until you check your favorite team’s schedule.