Camellia Bowl Live Stream 2017: Watch Online Without Cable

Don't miss Middle Tennessee play Arkansas State in their bowl game on December 16th. Make sure you know how to get a Camellia Bowl live stream before kickoff!

On December 16th, the Camellia Bowl will kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET down in Montgomery, Alabama. It is the 4th annual occurrence of the bowl game and this year will feature the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders vs the Arkansas State Red Wolves. Both teams look to end their solid seasons on a high note with a bowl victory. Make sure you know how to get a Camellia Bowl live stream before the 17th!

There are a few options on how to watch the game without cable. As cable cutting has grown, so has the streaming services encouraging more people to make the switch. Below we give you all the information you’ll need to decide which service will be best for you to watch a Camellia Bowl stream.

 

Try Sling TV for a Camellia Bowl Live Stream

Best Choice
Price
$25 - $40
Channels
26 - 58

You can watch Camellia Bowl online right from ESPN on Sling TV. It is one of the around 30 channels featured on the Sling Orange starting package for just $20 per month. Other channels include TBS, TNT, ESPN2, CNN, and AMC. So, you can do much more than just get a Camellia Bowl stream on the service.

If $20 per month is too high of a price tag for you, you might be in luck. The starting cost is only $14 per month for any T-Mobile subscribers, which is 30% off!

Also, when you sign up for three months you can even get a Roku player free. Or, if you’d like you can purchase an Apple TV for $60 off. Both devices let you watch Sling TV and the bowl game right on your TV. To test out the service, you can always watch Middle Tennessee vs Arkansas State live stream free with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial.

If you want to learn anything more about the service including its great add-on packages, check out our Sling TV review.

 

Get a Camellia Bowl Live Stream through AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW

Great
Price
$40 - $75
Channels
64 - 99

Another streaming service new on the market, DIRECTV NOW, will also get you an Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State live stream. The service starts at $35 per month and in return, you can live stream more than 60 cable channels. Like Sling TV, ESPN is one of the many channels included. For the full list of channels included in the multiple DIRECTV NOW packages, check out our review.

Right now, DIRECTV NOW is compatible with most, but not all popular phones, tablets, and connected devices. But, it is still early for DIRECTV NOW and more compatibility should be coming in not too long.

 

PlayStation Vue Also Offers a Camellia Bowl Live Stream

Also Great
Price
$44.99 - $79.99
Channels
47 - 72

Another streaming service that’ll let you watch Camellia Bowl online is PlayStation Vue. This one is offered by Sony and has a starting price of $29.99 per month. For that price, you can live stream more than 50 channels including ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, and much more. Like both of the above services, it’s a great option to watch live stream sports without cable.

The one thing to note on PlayStation Vue is the mobile streaming limitations. At the moment, certain channels might get blacked out if you try to stream from outside of your home. It’s not consistent which channels and often depends on where you live. It’s a downside, but overall PlayStation Vue is a solid way to get a Camellia Bowl stream on the 16th!

Check out our PlayStation Vue review to answer any other questions you may have.

The City of Montgomery, Alabama cannot wait for its 4th annual Camellia Bowl game, which looks to be another great match up. Montgomery residents and college football fans alike are hoping this year is another classic after last year’s bowl game.

If you want to keep up with all the bowl games, our NCAA bowl game schedule will certainly help out. You can find out when each bowl game will be and how you can watch every single one without cable!

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