Want to watch Mountain West Conference games live without cable? We’re here to help. A few of your options include Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and ESPN+. In this guide from Flixed, we’ll take you through the basics about all of these options.
Wondering what games are on this weekend? Click here to see a full schedule of Mountain West NCAA football games.
Sling TV is a pretty affordable way to watch the Mountain West conference without cable. You can choose between the Sling Blue and Sling Orange package. Both cost $35/month, but have slightly different channels. Sling Blue has Fox Sports, while Sling Orange has ESPN. You can combine both packages for $50/month. It lacks broadcast networks like NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox, but you can get these for free with an antenna.
Sling TV has pretty good features, too. You get 50 hours of DVR storage with every package, and can upgrade to 200 hours with a $5/month add-on. Simultaneous streams are limited to 1 for Sling Orange, and 3 for Sling Blue. These limits remain in place even if you combine these packages with Sling Orange + Blue.
Device support is pretty good, too. You can watch on web browsers, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire devices, Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV, as well as a few other devices. Click here to try Sling TV free for a week, and see if it’s right for you.
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fuboTV is an excellent choice for sports fans who love Mountain West conference teams. It costs $64.99/month for the Starter package, which includes 100+ channels. Among these are ESPN, Fox Sports, ABC/CBS/NBC/Fox, and CBS Sports Network.
fuboTV doesn’t skimp on features, either. You can watch on up to 3 devices at once, and record 250 hours of content with its DVR. You can pay $9.99/month for 10 device streams, or pay $16.99/month for a 1,000-hour DVR. These upgrades are also included for free in the higher-tier Pro and Elite packages.
Device support is good for fuboTV, too. Highlights include support for web browsers, Android and iOS, Amazon Fire, Roku, Chromecast, and Apple TV, to name just a few. fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial, so click here to give it a try.
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Hulu With Live TV keeps things simple, offering just one package of 75+ channels for $64.99/month. This is a pretty good deal for Mountain West Conference fans. These channels include NBC/ABC/CBS/Fox, as well as ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports, to name just a few.
You can record up to 50 hours of content with the Hulu With Live TV DVR. This is upgradeable to 200 hours for $9.99/month. You can stream on up to 2 devices at once. For $9.99/month, you can get unlimited streams at home, and up to 3 devices outside your home. These upgrades can be combined for $14.99/month.
As you’d expect from such a large streaming service, Hulu With Live TV also offers excellent device support. You can stream on web browsers, Android, iOS, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, and some other devices like gaming consoles and smart TVs. Interested? Try Hulu With Live TV free for a week.
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DirecTV Stream is a pretty good choice if your favorite NCAA team plays in the Mountain West conference. It starts at $64.99/month for the cheapest Entertainment package. This has most of the channels you’ll want, including ABC/CBS/NBC/Fox, as well as ESPN and Fox Sports. However, you need to upgrade to the $94.99/month Ultimate package or a higher-tier package to get CBS Sports, which airs a lot of Mountain West games. That means it’s not exactly a budget pick.
As far as features are concerned, you can record up to 20 hours of content with the DVR by default, or pay $10/month to get unlimited space. Your oldest recordings will be deleted after 90 days, and there are some other restrictions. However, you can stream on up to 20 devices at once with DirecTV Stream, which is really good for large households.
DirecTV Stream supports all the devices you’d expect it to, including web browsers, iOS and Android, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV, among a few others. It doesn’t offer a free trial, but you can click here to try it. You can cancel any time without any fees or penalties.
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ESPN+ is home to some exclusive Mountain West games this year, as well as games from other top NCAA conferences like Big 12, MAC, Conference USA, and Sun Belt, to name just a few. It’s not essential unless you want to watch every Mountain West game, but it’s quite affordable at just $6.99/month or $69.99/year.
You don’t just get access to live games, either. ESPN+ also lets you stream a lot of documentaries, recorded games, and other sports content on-demand. There’s no way to record content for later viewing, but this helps make up for it. You can watch ESPN+ on up to 3 devices simultaneously.
Want to try it out? There’s no free trial, but you can try it with no long-term commitment. Just click here to sign up, then cancel if you’re not a fan of the service. There are no cancellation penalties or fees.
YouTube TV is similar to Hulu With Live TV, and offers just one package of 85+ channels that costs $64.99/month. It’s a great choice for watching Mountain West Conference without cable, since you’ll get CBS Sports, ABC/CBS/NBC/Fox, ESPN, Fox Sports, and plenty of other channels.
Its features are good, too. YouTube TV lets you watch on up to 3 devices at once, and you can record unlimited content with its DVR. The only restriction is that your oldest recordings are deleted after 9 months. You can also create up to 6 user profiles with a single YouTube TV account.
You can watch YouTube TV on pretty much any device, too. That includes web browsers, iOS and Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, and of course, Google’s Chromecast. You also can stream on some smart TVs, gaming consoles, and other devices. Try YouTube TV now with a free week-long trial.
How to Watch Mountain West Conference on Amazon Fire TV
You can watch Mountain West Conference on Amazon Fire TV with the following services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and ESPN+. Simply download the app for the service you use, then sign in and enjoy.
How to Watch Mountain West Conference on Roku
You can watch Mountain West Conference on Roku with the following services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and ESPN+. Go to the Roku Channel Store to find the relevant channel, add it, and then sign in to watch your favorite Mountain West NCAA games live without cable.
How to Watch Mountain West Conference on Apple TV
You can watch Mountain West conference on Apple TV with the following services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and ESPN+. Just download one of these apps from the App Store. Then, sign up or sign in, and enjoy the action.
Mountain West Conference Schedule
A couple of this week’s top Mountain West games include San Diego State vs. San Jose State, as well as Air Force vs. Boise State. Check out the full schedule below, and click here to see how you can watch your favorite team without cable.
Friday, October 15
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