Here is your guide on how you can watch a ton of college football games.
(Updated September 8th 2016.)
Step #1: ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC
In 2016 over 100 college football games will be aired free over the air on ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. Over 90% of Americans have access to some or all of these channels.
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.
Step #2: ESPN, FS1, FS2, BTN, & More
First let’s find out if these services support the devices you own:
Now let’s take a look at what services have which channels:
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*Note: Both Sling TV and PlayStation Vue offer local channels in select markets. Please refer to their website to see if they offer local channels where you live.
Step #3: Streaming App Logins
Both Sling TV and PlayStation Vue logins work with WatchESPN. Sling TV promises their login will soon work with Fox Sports GO, and the PlayStation Vue login already works with Fox Sports GO and BTN 2 GO.
You can watch NBC college football games on the NBC Sports app without a login.
Step #4: Enjoy Some Football
There you go! You now have access to over 90% of all the division 1 college football games in 2016.
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