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.
Due to flex scheduling, the broadcast channel of most games aren’t announced until the week before. We will update these over the course of the season.
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.
If you’re a Pac-12 fan though, fuboTV and Sling TV are the only providers who offer Pac-12 Network.
We picked the best live TV streaming services for many NCAA football teams. Be sure to check your the schedule for your favorite team before you subscribe.
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.
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 like Hulu Live TV, fuboTV, AT&T TV (soon to be DirecTV Stream) Sling TV, and YouTube TV include Big Ten Network SEC Network, and CBS Sports Network, but on some of them you may have to upgrade to a higher plan.
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