Watch NCAA football live streams

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Watch NCAA football live streams

The 2021 college football season kicked off on Saturday, August 28. This page will fill you in on the top storylines going on, and show you how to watch NCAA football live streams all season long!

Stream NCAA college football live on Sling TV

Price: 10 USD/month and up

Channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3, ESPNU, Fox, FS1, NBC, NFL Network, SEC Network (“Sports Extra” add-on), Pac-12 Network (“Sports Extra” add-on).

Sling TV offers many channels for watching NCAA football live streams mentioned above. To acquire SEC Network and Pac-12 Network channels get the “Sports Extra” add-on for Sling TV for an extra 10 USD/month. Games aired on the ESPN channels will be simulcast on ESPN Deportes available via Sling TV (choose the “Best of Spanish” add-on) or Hulu. A three-day free trial is available.

To watch college football on Sling TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Head to Sling TV and select a package, or use the free trial. You will need a U.S. credit card.
  4. Tune in to the action!

Learn more about watching Sling TV with ExpressVPN.

Note: In order to get Sling TV’s free trial you must use the Sling TV app as opposed to signing up on the website

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

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Watch NCAA football live streams on Hulu + Live TV

Price: 65 USD/month and up

Channels: ABC, ACCN, BTN, CBS, CBSSN, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNU, Fox, FS1, FSN, NBC, and SEC Network

Hulu offers almost every channel for streaming college football. Games aired on the ESPN channels will be simulcast on ESPN Deportes (available via Sling TV or Hulu with the “Espanol” add-on). There’s a seven-day free trial available.

To watch college football on Hulu + Live TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the United States, such as Chicago. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Go to Hulu and select a plan. If you’re watching through a web browser, use the ExpressVPN browser extension.
  4. Catch all the action!

Learn more about watching Hulu with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Watch college football live streams online on fuboTV

Price: 65 USD/month and up

Channels: BTN, CBS, CBSSN, Fox, FS1, NBC, NFL Network, Pac-12 Network

Don’t have a cable subscription? No problemo. FuboTV is an affordable, no-strings streaming package that includes ESPN. To subscribe to fuboTV, you will need to access the service from a U.S. IP address.

Not sure if you want to commit to fuboTV? Use the seven-day free trial.

To watch college football on fuboTV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the United States, such as Chicago. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Visit fuboTV and use the free trial. You will need a U.S. credit card. If you’re watching in a web browser, download and use the ExpressVPN browser extension before accessing the stream.
  4. Tune in to the games!

Learn more about watching fuboTV with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Watch NCAA college football on YouTube TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: ABC, BTN, CBS, CBSSN, ESPN, Fox, FS1, NBC, NFL Network, SEC Network

YouTube TV provides secure access to all the major networks broadcasting the 2021 college football season, including ABC, CBS, Fox, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN, and ESPN2. A five-day free trial is available.

Note: Some locally televised games may not be available.

To watch college football live on YouTube TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a secure server location in the United States, such as Chicago. For assistance, contact ExpressVPN Support via live chat.
  3. Head to YouTube TV and use the free trial.
  4. Enjoy the games!

Watch college football streams online on ESPN+

Price: 7 USD/month or 70 USD/year

You can tune in to select CFB games live on ESPN+, starting at 7 USD/month. ESPN+ is also available in a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu’s on-demand service for 14 USD/month.

To watch college football on ESPN+:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit ESPN+ and sign up. You may need to enter a valid U.S. postal code (e.g., 10001, 48104).
  4. Enjoy the games!

Learn more about watching ESPN with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Watch Notre Dame football games on Peacock Premium

Price: 5 USD/month

Peacock will carry every Fighting Irish home game during the 2021 football season, and will be the exclusive broadcaster of Notre Dame’s home opener against Toledo on September 11.  A seven-day free trial is available for Peacock.

To watch Notre Dame football on Peacock:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to the Peacock TV website and sign up (5 USD/month). You may need to provide a valid U.S. postal code (e.g., 10001, 48104) and pay with a U.S. credit/debit card or PayPal account.
  4. Enjoy the game!

Want it on the big screen? Learn about all the ways to get ExpressVPN on your TV.

Follow college football results on ESPN Radio

Price: Free

ESPN Radio offers an online audio broadcast of many NCAA football games broadcasted on ESPN. The best thing is, it’s completely free! To listen:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Head to the official website of ESPN Radio.
  4. You’re all set!

Best NCAA football live streams in Week 4

This weekend we have two matchups between top-25 teams as the season rolls on:

Notre Dame (12) vs. Wisconsin (18) 

When: Saturday, September 25, 12:00 p.m. E.T.

Where to watch: Fox – Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV, and YouTube TV

Texas A&M (7) vs. Arkansas (16)

When: Saturday, September 25, 3:30 p.m. ET

Where to watch: CBS – Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, and YouTube TV

Florida (11) vs. Tennessee

When: Saturday, September 25, 7:00 p.m. ET

Where to watch: ESPN – Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV

Key storylines of the 2021 college football season

    • Is the Covid-19 weirdness behind us? The 2020 season had a very odd feel to it; power conferences like the Big Ten and Pac-12 joined late, some conferences didn’t play at all, and rosters were impacted on a weekly basis by Covid-related absences. And yet somehow, it all ended up with traditional powers Alabama and Ohio State in the championship game. Vaccination mandates vary widely among teams and conferences this season (but currently only three I-A teams are reporting a 100% vaccination rate); it will be interesting to see how Covid-19 factors into the 2021 season.
    • It’s the SEC vs. Everybody else. Big 12 powers Texas and Oklahoma sent shockwaves through the college football world in July when they decamped to join the SEC, which has now become a 16-team “superconference.” In response, the Big 10, ACC, and Pac-12 have formed an “alliance” to mutually ensure some financial stability and uphold certain academic standards. (It sure was a rough summer for the poor Big 12.) While the alliance will have little impact on the current season, it will certainly affect future schedules (men’s and women’s basketball are included in the deal as well) and TV contracts.
    • Show players the money. A landmark Supreme Court ruling caused the NCAA to enact a new Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy, allowing players to earn money for endorsement deals (although the enforcement and interpretation will vary by state). On a macro level, schools with top-tier programs and national exposure will likely attract even more talent now. For instance, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young—who is yet to start a game in his career—was offered one deal for “almost seven figures” according to his coach, Nick Saban. It will also be fascinating to see how juggling these deals and managing increasingly valuable social media accounts will impact individual players in the ultimate team sport.
    • Can anybody beat Alabama? The Crimson Tide were overwhelmingly voted #1 in the preseason AP and Coaches Polls. They have won six of the past 12 national titles. The other teams that began the season ranked in the top 4—Clemson, Ohio State, and Oklahoma—have accounted for 20 of the 28 total slots in the College Football Playoff since it began in 2014. Wouldn’t it be fun to see a relative outsider, like Iowa State, Cincinnati, or Oregon  shake things up? Here’s to an exciting, safe 2021 college football season!

College football rankings 

Every week we’ll be keeping you up to date on who’s in the Top 25 in this space:

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide
  2. Georgia Bulldogs
  3. Oregon Ducks
  4. Oklahoma Sooners
  5. Iowa Hawkeyes
  6. Penn State Nittany Lions
  7. Texas A&M Aggies
  8. Cincinnati Bearcats
  9. Clemson Tigers
  10. Ohio State Buckeyes
  11. Florida Gators
  12. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  13. Ole Miss Rebels
  14. Iowa State Cyclones
  15. BYU Cougars
  16. Arkansas Razorbacks
  17. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
  18. Wisconsin Badgers
  19. Michigan Wolverines
  20. Michigan State Spartans
  21. North Carolina Tar Heels
  22. Fresno State Bulldogs
  23. Auburn Tigers
  24. UCLA Bruins
  25. Kansas State Wildcats

2021 NCAA football calendar

Here are the big dates for NCAA Football in 2021:

Date (ET)Event
August 28, 2021Regular season starts
December 18, 2021Post-season starts
December 31, 2021College Football Playoff semifinals
January 10, 2022College Football Playoff championship game

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