The Houston Cougars and Florida State Seminoles will travel to Atlanta, Georgia to face off in the Peach Bowl. The teams will kick off at 12:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, December 31 and both teams are looking to end their seasons on a high note with a solid bowl victory. In this guide, we’ll show you how to catch the Peach Bowl live stream from home.
Houston Cougar vs Florida State Seminoles Preview
The Houston Cougars have been one of the best stories of the season. They started the season off with 10 straight wins and ended with a record of 12-1 and an American Athletic Conference Championship title. The only blemish on their record was a tough loss to Connecticut, but they have more than offset the loss with wins over ranked opponents like Memphis, Navy, and Temple. Going into the Peach Bowl, the Cougars are ranked 14th in the AP Poll. Some are saying they are clear underdogs against a tough Seminoles team and Houston hopes to secure a victory in an effort to prove to the nation they are the real deal.
Florida State finished the season with a 10-2 record in a difficult Atlantic Coast Conference. The two losses came to rival Georgia Tech and the top-ranked Clemson team who has been dominant all year long. Florida State cemented its status as a top ten team in the nation, currently ranked 9th in the AP Poll, with an impressive win over a ranked Florida Gators team. Some Florida State fans are not anticipating too difficult of a matchup against the Cougars, and some have referenced the 2012 bowl game against Northern Illinois. But, Houston certainly has other plans and the Seminoles will have to come with their best game in order to end the season with a bowl victory.
With two powerful teams meeting for a show-down in Atlanta, the 2015 Peach Bowl promises to be an epic game!
Use Sling TV To Watch The Peach Bowl Live Stream Online
Early in 2015 Sling TV was introduced by Dish Network. It has quickly grown to be a leading alternative for cable cutters looking to avoid an expensive cable package. Sling TV has gained popularity due to its broad variety of cable channels included within its basic package. ESPN is currently one of the channels included, which means Sling TV will be an ideal resource to watch the Peach Bowl live stream without cable.
Sling TV has a basic package that includes over 20 cable channels, which can normally only be accessed with a cable subscription. Some channels included in the package are TNT, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Via WatchESPN with your Sling TV login), and many more. The live streams from Sling TV can be watched on your tablet, computer, phone, or even your TV with a connected device. The right setup and Sling TV will let you watch Houston vs Florida State and other college bowl games live directly on your TV.
Sling TV’s package starts at just $20 per month and does not require any contract in the subscription. If you want to add even more channels to your Sling TV subscription, you can bring in one of its add-on packages. The add-on costs $5 per month and brings in channels all related to a specific niche. For example there’s a Sports Extra Package, which includes channels like EPSNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, SEC Network, and ESPNU.
With Sling TV you can actually watch the Peach Bowl free, thanks to its free 7-day trial it currently offers. If you sign up before the game you can watch Houston vs Florida St free, plus you can use Sling TV to catch a bunch of other bowl games and live TV. If you are interested, Sling TV currently has a limited-time offer where if you prepay for 3 months of your service
If you are interested, Sling TV currently has a limited-time offer where if you prepay for 3 months of your service upfront you get a free Roku Streaming Stick! Or, you can choose to get half off a more full-featured Roku 3 Player. Both devices will let you connect Sling TV to your home telivision, so you can watch the Peach Bowl live stream from your living room.
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Watch Other College Bowls Live this Week
*Note: Sling TV is the only service you need to watch all these games LIVE from home*
- 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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