Cord-cutters and cord-nevers can watch NCAA College Football games live without cable using Live TV streaming options. Follow a link below and we'll help you decide which streaming option is best to watch your favorite teams without cable.
All of the big four networks carry some games. If you want to catch all the local games on ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC then you'll need access to these channels. Luckily you can get these for free with a service like Locast (locast.org) if you are in their service area. Otherwise some streaming services like Hulu Live TV, fuboTV, Sling, YouTubeTV, and DirecTV Stream may carry a set of local channels.
The rest of the games will be on national channels, especially the most entertaining ones featured in the playoffs. You'll find these games on cable networks such as (ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, NBCSN) and college networks (ACCN, Big10, SEC Network). If you know which team you want to follow you can follow the links above to see exactly which channels and streaming service you'll need.
If you are trying to watch your local team and are experiencing location based restrictions, you might want to consider using a VPN. Location based restrictions occur because local broadcasters receive priority when it comes to broadcasting rights. The solution is to watch the stream from a different location. With a VPN you are able to toggle your location for convenience and security while you stream.
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