If you do not currently have a cable subscription or live out of the area, but are a big Aggies fan you’ll want to keep up with as much action as possible this year. Thankfully, there are now some affordable and legal options available, some of which even allow you to watch Texas A&M football online. Read on to find out your options for enjoying a Texas A&M football live stream, which will help you decide which choices will be the best for you this season!
Use Sling TV to Watch Texas A&M Football Online This Year
For Texas A&M football fans, Sling TV will be a great way to watch a majority of the games this year without cable. The streaming service (Sling TV review) offers subscribers live access to several popular cable channels like TBS, TNT, CNN, and AMC. On top of these channels, sports channels like ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Via the WatchESPN app with your Sling login) are also readily available to stream. The ESPN family of networks will be broadcasting tons of SEC football this year. The starting Orange package for Sling begins at just $20 per month, without a contract required.
If you are willing to spend an additional $5 per month, you can gain access to Sling TV’s Sports Extra Package. This add-on package will bring the perfect complement to the main ESPN channels and give you access to live SEC and Texas A&M games, tons of highlights, and pre- and post-game coverage throughout the week. Sports channels like SEC Network, ESPNU, ESPNEWS are included in the package, as well as the SEC’s digital platform, SEC Network+, through the WatchESPN app. In total, the Sling TV subscription would cost just $25 per month, and would give you access to enough SEC and Texas A&M football to keep you going all season. I think it’s the best way to watch SEC football online.
If you are sold on Sling TV, you should take advantage of their limited-time offer of a free Roku 2 or discounted Apple TV for your TV when you pay in advance for your first three months. Both players will pay for themselves and you’ll be able to enjoy three months of wide spread college football coverage.
If you’d like to test out the service before diving in, you can use Sling TV’s free 7-day trial.
CBS All Access Offers Some Texas A&M Football Live Stream Coverage
If a Texas A&M game shows on CBS, you could live stream it using the CBS All Access service. All Access gives subscribers live streaming of local CBS affiliates in about 80% of all cities around the country. It’s priced at only $5.99 a month, and you also get to enjoy a big selection of on-demand content of hit CBS TV shows. Check out our CBS All Access review for all the details.
PlayStation Vue Offers Option to Watch A&M Football Online
Another way to live stream Texas A&M football is with PlayStation Vue. This offering from Sony is like Sling TV, giving you a bundle of popular channels streaming over your internet connection. There are some differences though between Vue and Sling TV. Vue will cost you more than Sling TV ($29.99-$39.99 each month to start, depending on your location) and Vue also blocks most mobile streaming outside your home network.
Check out our PlayStation Vue review for more details.
Watch the SEC Game of the Week on CBS’s Network Channel or Via Live Stream
Texas A&M will have some great matchups this year and some of those will likely be chosen by CBS to broadcast on its network. CBS has been given first choice of which SEC games it would like to broadcast for its weekly SEC Game of the Week and sporadic Saturday doubleheaders. Lucky for you, you can access CBS with an antenna. The antenna receives CBS’s over-the-air network broadcast and allows you to watch SEC or Texas A&M football directly on your TV. If you need help choosing an antenna, check out our guide for picking the best TV antenna.
You can record the games on CBS with an over-the-air DVR. I use the Tablo as it offers all the regular DVR features, plus gives you the ability to stream live games and recordings from your TV to any of your connected devices wherever you go.
On top of CBS’ TV broadcasts, it will also be live streaming its entire lineup of SEC games online this year. The live stream will be free for anyone and does not require any forms of authentication. You can access the stream on CBS Sports’ website, and you’ll enjoy the same high quality viewing experience you would if you were watching it on TV. That is because CBS has added each and every of its 22 camera angles to the stream. Between the ease of watching SEC football on your TV with an antenna and the option to watch high quality Texas A&M football online CBS is certainly a leading option for keeping up with all the action this year.
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