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Stream NCAA college football with a VPN

Updated: November 14, 2019
Stream NCAA college football with a VPN

How to watch college football on ESPN

If you have a U.S. cable subscription, use a supported internet service provider, or are a U.S. college student/military member, you can stream ESPN for free.

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit ESPN and sign in with your credentials.
  4. Enjoy the games!

Learn more about watching ESPN with ExpressVPN.

Watch NCAA football games on fuboTV

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 get started:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit fuboTV and use the free trial. You will need a U.S. credit card.
  4. Tune in to the games!

Tip: If you’re watching fuboTV (or any other streaming service) on Windows or Mac, be sure to download and use the ExpressVPN browser extension before accessing the stream.

Learn more about watching fuboTV with ExpressVPN.

Stream college football live on Sling TV

Score another seven-day free trial with Sling TV! To get started:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Head to Sling 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.

Watch college football on YouTube TV

YouTube TV gives you the ESPN networks, CBS Sports, FS1 and FS2, BTN, Pac-12, and SEC Network. There’s a five-day free trial available, too! To watch:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to YouTube TV and use the free trial.
  4. Touchdown!

Learn more about watching YouTube TV with ExpressVPN.

Stream CFB live on PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue offers a variety of streaming bundles, with the core 45 USD plan giving you access to NBC, FOX, CBS, and ESPN. Select plans have a five-day free trial.

Wondering how to get pristine, HD streams? Learn how to watch PlayStation Vue with ExpressVPN.

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. See all PlayStation Vue bundles and select your plan.
  4. Enjoy the games!

Learn more about watching PlayStation Vue with ExpressVPN.

Pro Tip: Use the above free trials together for one month of free streams!

The best 2019 college football games

Forget those weekend plans you had. The 2019 CFB season is set to deliver some tasty matchups.

Wondering what’s the can’t-miss game for each week? Check out the schedule below:

Week 1 – August 31

#11 Oregon Ducks 21-27 #16 Auburn Tigers

Week 2 – September 7

#9 Texas Longhorns 38-45 #6 LSU Tigers

Week 3 – September 14

UCLA Bruins 14-48 #5 Oklahoma Sooners

Week 4 – September 21

 #3 Georgia Bulldogs 23-17 #7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Week 5 – September 28

Texas Tech Red Raiders 55-16 #6 Oklahoma Sooners

Week 6 – October 5

#15 Washington Huskies 13-23 Stanford Cardinal

Week 7 – October 12

#6 Oklahoma Sooners 34-27 #11 Texas Longhorns

Week 8 – October 19

#12 Oregon Ducks 25-31 #25 Washington Huskies

Week 9 – October 26

#19 Michigan Wolverines 45-14 #9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Week 10 – November 2

#8 Georgia Bulldogs 24-17 #6 Florida Gators

Week 11 – November 9

#1 LSU Tigers 46-41 #2 Alabama Crimson Tide

Week 12 – November 16

#6 Georgia Bulldogs vs. #12 Auburn Tigers

Week 13 – November 23

#5 Penn State Nittany Lions vs. #3 Ohio State Buckeyes

Week 14 – November 30

#2 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. #12 Auburn Tigers

2019-20 Heisman prediction

Kyler Murray was the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner. After trailing Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa all season in the Heisman odds, the Oklahoma Sooners QB claimed the award to give OU back-to-back Heisman winners (following Baker Mayfield in 2017).

With Murray weighing his future between the NFL and the MLB, the field is set for a new Stiff Arm Trophy winner. Tagovailoa is a deserved favorite, with his electric play this season leading the Crimson Tide to the top of the college football playoff rankings. Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence has also put up video game numbers and will be the undisputed QB1 for the Tigers next year. Will it be Tagovailoa or Lawrence in 2019? Who’s your pick to win the Heisman this year?

College football weekly recap and highlights

The streak is broken. LSU ended an eight-game skid against Alabama and has ascended to the top of the college football playoff rankings. The Tigers have three unranked teams left on their schedule and should cruise into the SEC Championship Game at 12-0. Will the Tigers face a rematch with Alabama and, if they do, can they capture lightning in a bottle again and make the playoffs at the expense of the Crimson Tide?

Looking ahead to Week 12, be sure to tune in to #13 Auburn vs. #5 Georgia. The Bulldogs are on the cusp of making the playoffs and have the perfect showpiece game to bolster their resume. That said, a loss at this crucial stage of the season will all but end their playoff dreams. Meanwhile, Auburn is 7-2 and still has to play Bama to close the regular season. With a potential four-loss season on the horizon, expect the Tigers to put up a fight and keep the game close into the fourth quarter.

Leave your predictions in the comments below, and be sure to contact ExpressVPN Support Team by live chat if you have any questions!

ExpressVPN is a VPN service not intended to be used as a means of copyright circumvention. Please read the ExpressVPN Terms of Service and your content provider’s Terms of Use for more details.

28 thoughts on “NCAA College Football

  1. All i have is a desk top computer windows 10,, NO TV or SUBSCRIPTION.. I was told i could watch the COLLEGE BTN FOOTBALL games on my computer,, Do i need any other hookups> I already paid $$$$ to another site than found out i could only watch REPLAYS,, So if i join can i watch the college games live in the big 10 ? Thanks

    1. Hi Joey,

      For live college football streams, YouTube TV should be your best bet. YouTube TV has the core ESPN channels as well as the Big Ten Network. Between these two networks, you should be able to watch all B10 football games.

      How are you feeling about the upcoming Big Ten season? Is this the season Michigan finally returns to the big time? We have a few Michigan fans here in the office who are hoping so!

  2. I am an american living in Germany. I have an ExpressVPN account. I signed up for Youtube TV and it worked for one day. I guess Youtube figured out I was logging in with a VPN because I got a pop-up box telling me there was a VPN proxy and I needed to turn it off. I’m really disappointed because I thought I had finally found a solution to the German cable service (Kabel Deutschland/Vodafone) where they advertise a sports package only to remove the entire sport (ex. NFL) when the price is not cheap enough to carry out the entire season. That just happened this year with NCAA football. We got two or three games each weekend up until the Bowl season and playoffs. I missed both games (Alabama vs Oklahoma and Clemson vs Notre Dame). Needless to say the final will not be broadcast. Does anyone out there know if there is a way to get Youtube TV in a reliable fashion? Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.

    1. Hi Johnny,

      For the best experience, you should enter a Zip code that matches the VPN location you’re connected to.

      For example, if you’re connected to New York, try googling “New York zip code” and enter what you see. (e.g. 10001, 10005, etc.)

  3. Hi,
    I am ex Military living in Germany and would love to watch some SEC Football here online. Is there going to be a problem with the Germany NTSC signal and the USA PAL system with streaming here in Germany??

    Roll Tide!

    1. Hi Don,

      You should have no problem using ExpressVPN to watch streams in NTSC or PAL since the VPN does not discriminate between the video standards you use. Rather, ExpressVPN helps you encrypt your traffic and avoid ISP throttling. If you run into any issues, please contact Support at http://www.expressvpn.com/support for assistance.

      p.s. Congrats on that Tennessee win. Brutal!

  4. Hi
    I live in Australia, have FOXTEL but get very few College Games or ESPNU. I have not heard of SLING; will it allow me to watch the games that are not televised on FOXTEL and will I get access to ESPNU?

    Many thanks

    1. Hi Ross,

      Sling provides a comprehensive package of channels, including ESPN. Sling TV customers get ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3 with the Sling Orange service. If you get the Sports Extra, you’ll get SEC Network, ESPNU, ESPNEWS and ESPN Buzzer Beater.

      You’ll need a U.S. IP address to access Sling (including its free trial). For that, you can use a VPN. If you run into issues setting up, feel free to contact Support at http://www.expressvpn.com/support

    2. We live in Australia and do not have cable. My husband ants to watch the Georgia Alabama game. Ho would we do that?

      1. Hi Patti,

        ExpressVPN can help you watch national championship game streams no matter where you are.

        Just fire up the ExpressVPN app then head to ESPN, YouTube TV, or Sling (you may need a subscription for these services but many offer free trials) and you’ll be able to watch in HD, with no throttling or blackouts!

        If you run into a problem, please contact Support at http://www.expressvpn.com/support/#open-chat

  5. A person living in the UK. Can NOT log-in using his dad’s AT&T universe account but can’t watch anything. Could this be due to his IP address being in the UK? And if so, the VPN would be able to bypass that problem?

    My comment: I though you were hidden and therefore no one would know where your at. Does any website know my current IP address?

  6. Hello,

    I am from the US but am currently living in the UK. I have the log-in info for my dad’s AT&T uverse account but can’t successfully watch anything. Could this be due to my IP address being in the UK? And if so, the VPN would be able to bypass that problem?

  7. Hi there,
    My husband is a HUGE NCAA college football fan, as he went to high school in the states. For 5 years we have tried countless ways to try and stream Oregon Ducks games live, with no success, and unfortunately a few computer viruses that resulted from sketchy sites. We live in Edmonton, Alberta – Canada. I have researched and found that Sling TV offers the Pac-12 Network with their package, and you don not require to have a cable subscription to their provider which is Dish – but it’s only available to US residents. My question: If we get the VPN service, will this allow us to subscribe to Sling TV and finally get to watch the games?!

  8. I am traveling in France and want to watch the OU/OSU game tomorrow (11:30 CST) that is being aired on FOX. Can i do this on your system? If I use your product, can I buy it for just the game I want or do I need to buy and month and then just cancel after I use the service?

    1. Hi Darrell,

      You can try ExpressVPN for 30 days free. So do give the app a try, bowl season is coming and there’s going to be a ton of football to watch!

    1. Hi Mike,

      Yep! No matter where you are, simply connect to one of ExpressVPN’s U.S. server locations and you’re set to enjoy college football games on your streaming subscription!

    1. Hi Sandy,

      A VPN is needed because Sling subscriptions only work for U.S. IP addresses. By using a VPN, you’ll be able to stream on Sling and access any other online media site you want!

  9. Can I watch Clemson University football games on ESPN via your service. I have Time Warner internet, but no cable service.
    Also, can I download torrents and seed torrents?

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