How to watch Arkansas basketball

The University of Arkansas’ basketball team, also known as the Arkansas Razorbacks or the Hogs, have been representing the educational institution since the 1920s. Competing in the Southeastern Conference season after season, the Hogs have seen several players make it to the NBA. So it’s no wonder that they’re a popular watch when basketball season comes around.

In 2019, the Razorbacks got a new head coach who managed to finish the season with a record 20 wins. And junior player Mason Jones received the SEC Player of the Year award, sharing it with another up-and-coming star, keeping all eyes on the Hogs. But with a few players down with injuries, it’ll be interesting to see how they fare in the upcoming season. If you want to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks but don’t have cable, read on for everything you need to know about live streaming the Arkansas basketball team.

What channels show Arkansas Razorbacks basketball games?

Thankfully, the 2 channels that feature Arkansas Razorbacks basketball games are covered by most streaming services. The main channel to look for is SEC Network, which broadcasts around 100 men’s basketball games and over 50 women’s basketball events. ESPN2 also features Arkansas basketball live streams with plenty more college sports on offer, including football.

If you want to seamlessly stream both of these networks, fuboTV is your best bet this season. Renowned for its extensive sports coverage, it offers both ESPN2 and SEC Network in its standard package along with tons of other sporting channels.

Streaming the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball live without cable

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How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball on Hulu + Live TV

More than 65 live TV networks are available to Hulu + Live TV subscribers, including both SEC Network and ESPN2 and the likes of TNT. All of that, plus a 50-hour cloud DVR and 2 simultaneous streams, will set you back $64.99/mo. (You’ll also receive full access to Hulu’s award-winning on-demand library.) You may be looking at those limits and wondering if there’s the potential to boost them. Thankfully, there is. 

Hulu will please all sports-lovers, thanks to its DVR and simultaneous stream upgrades. For an extra $9.99/mo., you can up your DVR storage space to 200 hours, so you’ll never have to worry about missing a game. And if the family doesn’t like sports quite as much as you, they’ll each be able to watch their own thing with the unlimited simultaneous stream upgrade. It also costs an additional $9.99/mo. If both upgrades suit your lifestyle, you can save money by combining them for $14.99/mo. Want to try everything out before committing? Hulu allows free access to the live TV features for 7 days. Check out our full Hulu + Live TV review for more information.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball on fuboTV

If you were sitting there thinking that fuboTV didn’t have ESPN, you’re wrong. Although the streaming service was once ESPN-free, a recent deal means that fuboTV now has access to all of the ESPN channels as well as SEC Network. That means you can watch as many Arkansas basketball live games as your heart desires. However, there’s a slight catch. SEC Network is only freely available in select states, including Arkansas, Florida, and Texas. If you live outside of these areas, you’ll need to pay for an add-on. Access will cost you an additional $5.99/mo. for fubo Extra or $10.99/mo. for the Sports Plus upgrade. (That’s on top of your fuboTV package.)

fuboTV offers 3 packages. The standard Family plan costs $64.99/mo. for channels like Big Ten Network and FOX Soccer Plus, while the Elite costs $79.99/mo. for more than 140 networks. A Latino package is available for $29.99/mo., but only comes with around 30 channels. The service airs over 30,000 sporting events each year, so you’ll have plenty of content to watch, whichever option you choose. A 250-hour DVR is included as standard, but 1,000 hours can be yours as an Elite subscriber. Try fuboTV out for free for a week. Need more information? Check out our full fuboTV review.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball on YouTube TV

YouTube TV is renowned for its unlimited cloud DVR that allows subscribers to record as many games as they like. Plus, you can keep recordings for 9 months, so there’s plenty of time before you have to worry about automatic deletion. But can you watch the Arkansas Razorbacks kill it on the court? Yes, in YouTube TV’s 85+ channel list, you’ll find both ESPN2 and SEC Network. And you’ll also be able to watch almost every major sports name, including more basketball from NBA TV. 

The platform only has 1 package to make life easier — it costs $64.99/mo. And you’ll be able to try everything out for free for a whopping 2 weeks. That includes the Views filters, which allow you to see real-time stats and unique replays at the same time as watching a regular game. Find out everything about the service with our detailed YouTube TV review.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball on Sling TV

To stream Arkansas basketball on Sling TV, you’ll have to subscribe to either the Orange plan or the combined Blue + Orange package. The former costs $35/mo. and comes with the likes of TBS and TNT, while the latter is $50/mo. and has FS1 and NBC Sports Network. ESPN2 is included in the standard Orange plan, but SEC Network is an extra $15/mo. as it’s included in the Sports Extra add-on. 

As Sling TV is a lot cheaper than other streaming services, its features are less expansive. You’ll only receive a 10-hour cloud DVR (but can upgrade this to 50 hours for a further $5/mo.) Find out more in our detailed Sling TV review.

How to watch the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball on AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now is no longer available to new subscribers. But if you’re already a user, you’ll be able to access ESPN2 with any of the service’s 8 packages. However, SEC Network is only available via the more expensive plans. The cheapest package, the Max, costs $80/mo. and the most expensive, the Premier, costs $183/mo. for a huge 140+ network line-up.

Plenty of sports channels are naturally available, including CBS Sports Network and specialist names like Golf. Each subscriber gets a decent amount of DVR storage — 500 hours in total. Plus, you’ll receive 3 simultaneous streams to please the entire household.