Sling TV is the Most Affordable Way to Stream College Football This Season

The 2018 college football season is right around the corner, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for our favorite teams. If you’re looking to follow your alma mater this fall or just wanting to catch all the biggest rivalry matchups, Sling TV is the most affordable way to watch college football on channels like ESPN, FS1, SEC Network, Pac-12 Networks and more. As the leader in device compatibility among live TV streaming services, Sling TV allows you the flexibility to watch the big game on your favorite device, no matter where you are. From conference matchups beginning this Saturday, Aug. 25 through bowl games and the national championship later in the season, check out all the ways to watch on Sling below:

How to Watch College Football on Sling TV
Don’t miss a minute of college football action with your Sling TV subscription:

  • Sling Orange: Get access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ACC Network Extra with a Sling Orange subscription, only $25 per month. And if you add Sports Extra to your Sling Orange subscription for an extra $5 per month, you’ll be able to watch games on SEC Network, SEC Network+, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line and Stadium. Plus, you’ll get all six Pac-12 Networks with Sling Orange’s Sports Extra, making Sling TV the most affordable option for any Pac-12 fan to catch all the games.
  • Sling TV + OTA: By pairing Sling TV with an OTA antenna, you can get access to football games on your local CBS, NBC and FOX stations at no cost (and in HD!). Local broadcast channel availability varies based on geography. To take advantage of special antenna offers from Sling TV, visit our OTA blog.
  • Sling Orange + Sling Blue: For even more football, subscribe to Sling Orange and Sling Blue services for $40 per month (20% discount), giving you access to Big 12, Pac-12 and more conference games on FS1, FS2, FOX (select markets) and NBC (select markets). Plus, you’ll be able to watch NFL games on Sling TV with a Sling Blue subscription, along with NFL Red Zone if you subscribe to Sling Blue’s Sports Extra, making Sling Orange + Sling Blue services the ultimate football package.

Find your team on Game Finder
Looking for a game, but don’t know which channel it’s on? Find out which games are available in your area by checking out Sling TV’s Game Finder tool, available at sling.com/gamefinder. Just search by team, conference, state, city or date to look for games available in your area and what Sling TV service you need to watch them. Game/event dates, times, and networks subject to change. Device and blackout restrictions may apply.

Visit “Sports on Sling This Week”
Want to see the full schedule of football on Sling TV this week? Visit Sports on Sling This Week on the Sling TV blog to see a full schedule of games, including date, time, channel and necessary Sling TV subscriptions.

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Ankit Bishnoi
Vice President, Content Acquisition and Strategy, Sling TV