During Mississippi State’s hunt for an SEC Championship, diehard Bulldogs fans will want to keep up with all the action. Even if you have cut your cable subscription you can follow along with the team all season and not miss any of the action. There are several options, which when combined will let you watch about every Mississippi State football live stream online or on your TV. Below is a detailed list of your best options to help you decide how you will watch Mississippi State football online.
Watch Mississippi State Football Online with Sling TV This Season
All season long, Sling TV will be broadcasting SEC and Mississippi State games online through its live streaming service (Sling TV review). You can join for the cost of just $25 per month and get access to ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (through the WatchESPN app with your Sling TV credentials; you can also view games airing on ABC this way). ESPN will be broadcasting a bunch of SEC football and you’d be able to keep up with almost all the action with this simple package. In addition to the sports offering, Sling TV also streams channels like TBS, TNT, and CNN.
If you’re a cable cutter and really want to enhance your college football experience this year, you should include the $5 Sports Extra package with any Sling TV subscription. The SEC Network live stream, ESPNU, and ESPNEWS are available through this package and the SEC even made its SEC Network+ digital platform available via the WatchESPN app. For the cost of $30 per month, you’ll be surrounded by enough SEC and Mississippi State football you won’t know what to do with yourself. It’s my preferred way to watch SEC football online.
Sling TV is currently offering a limited-time offer for those who are convinced it is the right choice for them this season. You receive a free Roku 2 or a deep discount on Apple TV for your television if you pay in advance for three months of your subscription. It’s a great deal considering either player will have paid for itself by then.
Want to try out the service first? Get Sling TV’s free 7-day trial to see if you like the service.
CBS All Access Offers Mississippi State Live Stream of Network Games
If a Mississippi State football game airs on CBS, you may be able to stream it live on CBS’ All Access (review) streaming service. Available live in over 80% of US markets, the streaming service offers a live stream of your local CBS station in addition to a huge on-demand library of hit CBS shows. All Access is just $5.99 a month and comes with a free 7-day trial.
PlayStation Vue Offers Access to Mississippi State Football Live Stream
For another option to watch Mississippi State football online without cable, PlayStation Vue is available. The live streaming service offers the ESPN family of networks along with other popular pay TV channels in its streaming lineup.
However, it’s important to mention that Vue starts at $45 a month depending on which market you live in, a higher price point than Sling TV. Vue also does have some mobile streaming restrictions that prevent viewing outside of the home, which can make it difficult to enjoy a Mississippi St. football live stream on the go.
Check out our PlayStation Vue review for more details about the service.
CBS Offers Multiple Options to Follow SEC And Mississippi State Football All Year
One of the top resources for SEC and Mississippi State football this year will be CBS’ multiple forms of broadcasting. The first one will be CBS’ over-the-air network, which will broadcast an SEC Game of the Week or Saturday doubleheader every week of the college football season. The broadcast can be watched directly on your TV through an antenna. If you need an antenna, check out this guide to choosing the best antenna.
If you need to record the games because you can’t catch them live, an over-the-air DVR will allow you to do this. In fact, my personal favorite DVR, the Tablo, offers all the standard DVR features plus allows you to stream recordings and live TV directly to your connected devices, anywhere in the world. It’s another way to watch Mississippi State football online.
Simultaneous with CBS’ over-the-air broadcasts, it will be producing a live stream version of each SEC game on its website. The stream is freely accessible to anyone and does not even require a form of authentication. It will also be of impressive quality, since it will feature the same play-by-play and 22 camera angles of CBS’s cable broadcast. This means, you can cut cable, but still watch SEC and Mississippi State football online from your computer.
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