College football season is here once again this year and with that means a lot of time in front of your TV on Saturdays watching the biggest, best, and favorite matchups of the week throughout the regular season.
To get this started, the first thing you’re going to want today is a good, reliable live TV streaming service. Most of the games will air on FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The CW, along with traditional networks like ESPN, FOX Sports 1 (FS1), CBS Sports Network, and others.
The best live TV streaming services for this will include YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV, DirecTV Stream, and Sling TV. Sling TV would be the cheapest route per month at $55 a month and half off your first month for its Orange + Blue plan, but will not include local channels like ABC, FOX, CBS, NBC, and The CW in most TV markets.
Another streaming service that could come in handy for some this season will be ESPN+ which will host a plethora of games this season. ESPN+ currently costs $9.99 a month.
Peacock will be the home Notre Dame Fighting Irish football games on NBC, primetime Big 10 conference games on NBC, as well as have exclusive games on it this season. There has already been a schedule released with some of the games right now that will be on both NBC and Peacock and games that are exclusively on Peacock.
Paramount+ will be the home of games that are aired live on CBS. However, in order to access them, consumers will have to subscribe to the ad-free version of Paramount+ at $10.99 a month. It will not include games that are aired on CBS Sports Network.
All of the streaming services listed above can be streamed on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.
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