Oklahoma Sooners Vs Baylor Bears 2015 Live Stream: How to Watch Online

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This Saturday, November 14 at 8:00 p.m. ET, the Oklahoma Sooners will travel to Waco, Texas to play the hosting Baylor Bears. The Big 12 conference matchup at the home field of the undefeated Baylor team will certainly be one of the most exhilarating games this weekend.

The Big 12 has TV broadcast contracts with FOX and ABC/ESPN for the next ten years for its college football games. This week, Oklahoma vs. Baylor will be shown on ABC’s main channel in primetime. ABC rightly chose one of the best games of the week for its primetime slot and fans of both teams are surely hoping the game lives up to its hype. Previously, it may have been difficult to watch the game live online on ABC this weekend if you did not have cable. Thankfully, there are now legal and simple options for you to not only watch this game, but tons of college football online. Read on to find out about how you can watch Oklahoma vs. Baylor live online or on your TV this weekend!


Oklahoma Sooners vs Baylor Bears Preview

Last year, Baylor and Oklahoma had slightly different seasons with similar ends. Oklahoma underperformed to an 8-4 record and was trounced 40-6 by Clemson in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Baylor had an impressive year, ending with an 11-2 record and being ranked 7th in the AP Poll. However, they lost a close game to Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl after blowing a 20-point lead in the 4th quarter.

Oklahoma has seemingly bounced back this year, as it has been ranked in the top 20 every week of the season. It has wins over both Tennessee and West Virginia who were ranked at the time, but its successes have been slightly offset by a disappointing loss to unranked Texas in October. It goes into the game against Baylor ranked 12th and would likely break the top 10 with a victory. After Baylor, it has a difficult road ahead playing 13th ranked TCU and 5th ranked Oklahoma State to close out its season. It will be a difficult few weeks for Sooner fans, but the payoff will likely be amazing if they can win out this season.

Baylor has continued its dominance this season, with only one game being decided by less than 24 points, a 7-point win last week over Kansas State. It has not yet faced a ranked opponent, but its impressive performance has rightly earned its number 4 ranking in the AP Poll. Like Oklahoma it has its biggest trials ahead of it with games against Oklahoma State, TCU, and Texas upcoming. If it can manage away to win its next four games, it will certainly be a top contender for the number one seed at the end of the season.


Use Sling TV to Watch Oklahoma Vs. Baylor Online This Weekend

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The game will certainly be an exciting matchup to watch, and Sling TV (free 7-day trial) will  be one of the best options for you to watch Oklahoma vs. Baylor online. Sling TV is a streaming service, which has rapidly grown in popularity this year. It was launched by Dish Network early in 2015 and quickly gained traction due to its diverse offerings and specifically its ability to let cable cutters watch live sporting events online. Since the Oklahoma vs. Baylor game will be broadcasted on ABC and on the WatchESPN app, you would be able to watch the game live online this Saturday with a subscription by logging into WatchESPN with your Sling TV credentials.

Sling TV (review) offers subscribers the ability to watch over 20 popular cable channels via a live stream directly on their computer, tablet, phone, or TV with a connected device (including the Roku 3 which is 50% off when you sign up for 3 months of service). The channel offerings include ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, TNT, and AMC, to name just a few. ESPN has also made its ESPN3 network available to Sling subscribers via the WatchESPN app if you use your Sling TV login. The WatchESPN app also lets you watch ABC’s broadcast live online, which is how you can watch the Sooners and Bears play this weekend.

Sling TV requires no contract for its subscription, meaning you can cancel anytime, and its basic package begins at $20 per month. The over 20 channels mentioned above are included in this package, allowing you to watch a broad sampling of TV programming including your favorite shows and teams. The ability to use a connected device and watch them on your TV is an ideal addition. This way you can cut cable, but still watch the your favorite teams play on the big screen right in your living room.

Following its launch, Sling introduced additional options for packages based on specific preferences. These add-on packages cost an additional $5 per month and provide access to several channels each. One of our highly recommended add-ons is the Sports Extra Package. For just the $5 more per month, you can watch channels like ESPNEWS, ESPNU, SEC Network, and ESPN Goal Line. This will let you watch even more games each week and also unlocks a huge amount of broadcasts focusing on highlights and analysis of all your favorite sports.

If you are interested in trying out Sling TV for this weekend, you can sign-up for its 7-day free trial. This means you can watch Oklahoma vs. Baylor online free and try out the service. Click here to start your free 7-day trial.

Beyond that, if you are sold on Sling TV already, you should look into its limited-time offer. You receive a free Roku Streaming Stick or half-off a Roku 3 player if you prepay for 3 months of your Sling TV service. At the end of the three months both devices, which let you watch Sling TV directly on your TV, will have paid for themselves and you’ll have watched an impressive amount of college football!


Other College Football Games to Watch Online This Weekend

*All games can be watched on Sling TV and/or WatchESPN

Saturday, November 14, Florida vs South Carolina, 12:00 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Saturday, November 14, Memphis vs Houston, 7:00 p.m. ET (ESPN2)
Saturday, November 14, Arkansas vs LSU, 7:15 p.m. ET (ESPN)


To learn more about how you can watch college football online, check out our complete college football streaming guide.



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