Alamo Bowl Live Stream: Oregon vs TCU, Watch Online

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On Saturday, January 2 at 6:45 p.m. ET, the 23rd annual Alamo Bowl will kick off at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. This year, it will be a showdown between Oregon vs. TCU, the 15th and 11th ranked teams in the league, respectively. Read our guide to learn how to watch the Alamo Bowl live stream online!

The Alamo Bowl will be hosted by ESPN, and broadcast nationally from San Antonio. ESPN will be the only cable channel to host this game. For those who do not have cable, the best way to watch the Alamo Bowl live stream is to use Sling TV, which gives you direct access to ESPN without a cable subscription. We’ll talk more about that later – but first, let’s take a look at the game preview for the 2016 Alamo Bowl.


Oregon Ducks vs. TCU Horned Frogs Preview

With two top-15 teams vying for a chance at Alamo Bowl glory, event organizers are expecting a sell-out crowd of 60,000+ fans. And with Oregon and TCU both bringing explosive power to the table, we’re all in for quite an exciting game, whether we’re there live or watching from home.

Oregon Ducks

The Oregon Ducks ended the regular season at #15 in the league, with an overall record of 9-3 (7-2 in the Pac-12). Lead by Head Coach Mark Helfrich, the Ducks got off to a slow start, but rallied to win their last 6 consecutive games. Their Alamo Bowl appearance this January will mark their 11th straight Bowl appearance. The Ducks won the 2013 Alamo Bowl against Texas, and Oregon fans are hoping for a repeat of that excellent performance.

TCU Horned Frogs

The TCU Horned Frogs ended the season at #11, with an impressive record of 10-2. TCU has never played in the Alamo Bowl, but this game will be their 16th bowl game in the last 18 years, so the Horned Frogs are no strangers to the excitement of an NCAA Bowl game. Coming off an excellent season and heading into their second consecutive bowl appearance, fans of the Horned Frogs are excited to watch their team play in San Antonio.

With two top-15 teams hashing it out in San Antonio next week, the 2016 Alamo Bowl is sure to be a game to remember! Are you ready to watch?


Watch the Alamo Bowl Live Stream Online with Sling TV – No Cable Necessary!

Sling TV

The Alamo Bowl will broadcast nationally on ESPN, but luckily, there’s an easy way for cord-cutters to watch ESPN without cable: Sling TV.

With a subscription to Sling TV, you get all the best parts of a cable subscription – live sports, TV shows, movies, news and more – without the sky-high bill and the commitment of a 12-month contract. Sling TV is the perfect service for recent cord cutters, because it provides a lot of the same content you’re used to enjoying on cable – at a small fraction of the price.

So, what exactly does this service give you? The basic package offers 20+ TV channels, such as ESPN, ESPN 2, TBS, A&E, TNT, and many more. There are plenty of live sports (including the Alamo Bowl live stream), and tons of great channels for normal TV shows and movies – so there’s enough to keep the whole family happy! Read more about the service’s offerings in our full review.

You do not need cable TV to enjoy Sling TV. All you’ll need is a good internet connection, and a compatible device. You can watch from your mobile device, computer, or from your TV via a streaming device. Need a streaming device? Sling TV will give you a free Roku Streaming Stick when you buy 3 months of service! How’s that for a deal?

Unlike cable TV, which can cost a small fortune every month, Sling TV costs only $20 per month for the basic package. It’s also no-contract, so you don’t have to commit to anything more than a month at a time.

Sign up for Sling TV today, and you’ll be ready to watch the Alamo Bowl online from the comfort of your home! Plus, you’ll gain access to a huge selection of live sports, movies, TV shows and more – all for only $20 per month!

Better yet, you can try Sling TV for FREE for 7 days, by signing up for a free 7-day trial.


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Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows

Austin Meadows is a writer, traveler, and cord-cutting expert based in the rainy but beautiful Pacific North West.
Austin Meadows