Saturday, December 17, 2022

How to watch the bowl games, Day 2

There are 42 college bowl games and playoff games this year. The bowl season kicked off yesterday and concludes with the national championship game on January 9. In all, 82 schools will be playing games this post-season.

Streamers college football is a lot easier than it used to be -- legally that is -- and today you have many options options when it comes to watching the bowl games.

December 17, 2022

Six games are on tap today. One includes a ranked team, but all should be pretty good matchups. Four of the games are one-score spreads.

Wasabi Fenway Bowl
11:00 AM on ESPN

University of Cincinnati (9-3)
University of Louisville (7-5)

SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl
2:30 PM on ESPN

University of Florida (6-6)
Oregon State University (#14) (9-3)

Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl Presented by Stifel
3:30 PM on ABC

Washington State University (7-5)
Fresno State University (9-4)

LendingTree Bowl
5:45 PM on ESPN

Rice University (5-7)
University of Southern Mississippi (6-6)

New Mexico Bowl
7:30 PM on ABC

Southern Methodist University (7-5)
Brigham Young University (7-5)

Frisco Bowl Presented by SERVPRO
9:15 PM on ESPN

University of North Texas (7-6)
Boise State University (9-4)

How to watch

To stream the games, you need one of the following services, or an antenna in some cases.


  • Sling Orange, $40/month.
  • Sling Orange+Blue, $55/month.
  • Vidgo Plus, $60/month.
  • YouTube TV, $65/month.
  • Fubo TV, $70/month.
  • Hulu+Live TV, $70.
  • DirecTV Stream Entertainment, $70/month.


  • Antenna, over the air, free.
  • Vidgo Plus, $60/month.
  • YouTube TV, $65/month.
  • Fubo TV, $70/month.
  • Hulu+Live TV, $70.
  • DirecTV Stream Entertainment, $70/month.

If watching college football bowl games is something you want in your Streaming Life, you have plenty of options.

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