Streaming the college football conference championship games

If you're a college football fan, you've been looking forward to this upcoming weekend all season. It's the conference championships. Of course, if your team didn't make the conference championship game, this weekend might not be all that big of a deal.

Just kidding, it's a big deal. If your team didn't make it, you can hate on the team that made it in place of your team. That's football, right?

This weekend, there are ten conference championships, and as a streamer, you can watch the games. Here are the networks carrying the different games, and how you can watch those networks with your streaming device.

ABC

  • Pac-12 Conference, Oregon vs Utah, Friday, 8:00 pm.
  • Big XII Conference, Baylor vs Oklahoma State, Saturday, Noon.
  • American Athletic Conference, Houston vs Cincinnati, Saturday, 4:00 pm.
  • Atlantic Coast Conference, Pittsburgh vs Wake Forest, Saturday, 8:00 pm.

You can view ABC via:

  • Antenna (free)
  • Vidgo ($55)
  • Hulu+Live TV ($70)
  • YouTube TV ($65)
  • Fubo ($65)
  • DirecTV Stream, formerly AT&T TV ($70)

CBS

  • Southeastern Conference, Georgia vs Alabama, Saturday, 4:00 pm.

CBS is available from:

  • Antenna (free)
  • Paramount+ ($10)
  • Hulu+Live TV ($70)
  • YouTube TV ($65)
  • Fubo ($65)
  • DirecTV Stream, formerly AT&T TV ($70)

CBS Sports Network

  • Conference USA, Western Kentucky vs Texas-San Antonio, Friday, 7:00 pm.

CBS Sports Networks is carried by:

  • Hulu+Live TV ($70)
  • YouTube TV ($65)
  • Fubo ($65)
  • DirecTV Stream Ultimate ($95)

ESPN

  • Mid-American Conference, Kent State vs Northern Illinois, Saturday, Noon.
  • Sun Belt Conference, Appalachian State vs Louisiana, Saturday, 3:30 pm.

To get ESPN, you need:

  • Sling Orange ($35)
  • Vidgo ($55)
  • Hulu+Live TV ($70)
  • YouTube TV ($65)
  • Fubo ($65)
  • DirecTV Stream ($70)

Fox

  • Mountain West Conference, Utah State vs San Diego State, Saturday, 3:00 pm.
  • Big Ten Conference, Iowa vs Michigan, Saturday, 8:00 pm.

To watch Fox, you can use:

  • Antenna (free)
  • Sling Blue, select markets only ($35)
  • Hulu+Live TV ($70)
  • YouTube TV ($65)
  • Fubo ($65)
  • DirecTV Stream, formerly AT&T TV ($70)

The three broadcast networks carry seven of the ten games, so an antenna may be all you need, depending on what games you want. If you want to be able to watch all ten games, and want a single service with the other games, you need to add either YouTube TV or Fubo for $65, Hulu+Live TV for $70, or DirecTV Stream ($70 without CBS SN, $95 with CBS SN).

Cutting the cord doesn't mean you can't watch football. It's how I've watched football since 2015. It's definitely a part of my Streaming Life.

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