College football is one of the most popular sports in the United States. Now in 2017 there are a ton of 100% free options to watch college football.
How to watch a ton of college football 100% FREE.
If you are a college sports fan you should check out the new streaming service Stadium. Stadium combines the talents of Campus Insider, 120 Sports, and the American Sports Network into a single network.
The new 24/7 sports network Stadium will launch in August 2017, will be 100% free online, and will air select games on some Sinclair-owned TV stations free over-the-air TV. Not only will it launch a 24/7 live TV network, but it will also offer a comprehensive array of on-demand content including full games, classic events, and highlights.
Watch for multiple live college football games every Saturday from several college football leagues including C-USA, Mountain West, Patriot League, and the Southern Conference.
Pluto TV and the Big Sky Conference, a NCAA Division I Conference, recently announced a partnership. As part of the deal, Big Sky Conference will air all of its live streamed sports events on Pluto TV for free including up to 700 football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and select soccer, softball, and track and field events. Previously, you had to pay a cable company for a special channel or be stuck watching it on your laptop.
You will find the Big Sky Conference on the Pluto TV app by tuning into Channel 230. The Pluto TV app is also available on any connected living room device such as Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation or Xbox as well as most smart TVs including those from Samsung, Vizio, Sony, and Hisense. For mobile and tablets, the Pluto TV app is available on iPhone and iPad. Additionally, Pluto TV can be accessed via the Web at pluto.tv/watch.
In 2017 over 100 college football games will be aired free over the air on ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC with an antenna.
If you have the option, an antenna is always the best way to watch college football to avoid the delay or the risk of the stream crashing out.
If you need an antenna or want to see what channels you can get where you live, check out AntennaRecomendations.com.
If you are looking for how to watch ESPN, BTN, SEC Network, FS1, or others you can find a full guide to watching college sports as a cord cutter HERE.
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