The 18th annual Music City Bowl will kick off on December 30, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. With Louisville representing the ACC and Texas A&M representing the SEC, the Music City Bowl is sure to be a game to remember this year! In this guide, you’ll learn how to enjoy the Music City Bowl live stream from home – no cable needed!
The Music City Bowl will be hosted on ESPN. It will broadcast nationally, so if you have cable you’ll be able to watch the game live. If you don’t have cable, you can still enjoy this game live – we’ll show you how below! But before we get into that, let’s take a look at the two teams who will be battling for Music City Bowl glory on this Wednesday night matchup.
Louisville Cardinals vs. Texas A&M Aggies Preview
The 18th annual Music City Bowl is sure to be an exciting game. Last year was an extremely close game, with Notre Dame pulling a narrow 31-28 victory over LSU, in front of a screaming crowd of 60,000+ fans. Let’s take a look at what’s in store for this year’s bowl:
The Cardinals finished the 2015 regular season with a record of 7-5, putting them at 3rd place in the ACC. After a rough start to the season, Louisville won 7 out of 9 consecutive games to pull off an impressive comeback. This year marks their 6th straight postseason appearance, which has their fans excited to say the least.
Texas A&M Aggies
The Aggies have done very well this season, finishing the regular season with an 8-4 overall record (4-4 conference). Texas A&M fans are confident in their teams explosive offensive power, which has gained them an average of 423 yards per game. The Aggies boast the fourth best offense in the SEC, and they’ll need that power to push through Louisville’s impressive defense.
Louisville and Texas A&M have only met on the field 3 times in their short history. Their last game together was more than 10 years ago, in 1994, when the Aggies headed home with a 26-10 victory under their belts. Texas A&M has won all 3 of their matchups against Louisville, but considering it’s been eleven years since these two teams faced off, time will tell who comes out on top this year!
Watch the Music City Bowl Live Stream with Sling TV (No Cable Required!)
Great news for cord cutters – you do not need cable TV to watch the Music City Bowl! All you need is an affordable service known as Sling TV.
With Sling TV, you can stream the Music City Bowl live from the comfort of your couch. The game will be hosted on ESPN, but luckily enough, Sling TV offers ESPN as one of it’s 20+ channels. If you’re unfamiliar with the service, here’s how it works:
Basically, Sling TV is a cable TV alternative that offers a lot of the same content that cable does, at a fraction of the price. The basic package will run you $20 per month, and you don’t need to commit to anything long-term since Sling TV is no-contract. With the basic package, you get 20+ channels, including ESPN (which will host the Music City Bowl), ESPN 2, TBS, TNT, A&E, and many more.
Sling TV (full review) works on your computer, mobile devices, and on your TV via a streaming device such as a Roku, Apple TV, etc. In fact, you can score a free streaming device if you need one – just prepay for 3 months of Sling TV and you’ll get a completely free Roku Streaming Stick!
Sling TV gives you an easy way to stream the Music City Bowl live, but it’s also a great way to keep up with all your favorite shows, live sports, movies, and more.
You can sign up for a free 7-day trial to get started. If you time it right, you could even watch the Music City Bowl live stream for free!
Other College Bowl Games to Watch Live This Week
*Sling TV gives you access to all these classic College Football Bowl’s – LIVE!*
- Birmingham Bowl (December 30, 12:00 p.m. ET)
- Music City Bowl (December 30, 7:00 p.m. ET)
- Orange Bowl (December 31, 4:00 p.m. ET
- Cotton Bowl (December 31, 8:00 p.m. ET)
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