Texas A&M vs Ole Miss 2015 Live Stream: How to Watch Online

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On Saturday, October 24 at 7 p.m. ET, the Texas A&M Aggies (5-1) take on conference rival Ole Miss Rebels (5-2) on ESPN. Both teams are looking to bounce back from tough losses last week, with A&M losing to Alabama and Ole Miss getting shocked by Memphis. It’s a huge game for both teams and neither can afford to lose.

If you want to watch the game but don’t have cable, you’re in luck. Today, there are more legal streaming options for college football fans than ever before. Read on to learn how you can watch Texas A&M vs Ole Miss live stream online.

 

Texas A&M Aggies vs Ole Miss Rebels Preview

After starting the season a perfect 5-0, the Aggies lost a tough matchup last week to SEC opponent Alabama. While this loss might have stung a little bit, the good news is it’s not too damaging overall for the Aggies. Alabama is obviously a great team, and the Aggies have a fairly favorable schedule for the rest of the season. A win this week likely means the team will get off to a 10-1 start before facing LSU in November.

For Ole Miss, the stakes are high. At 5-2, the team can ill afford to lose another game, especially in conference. However, the team did knock off Alabama earlier in the season, so if they can recapture that magic, the West is still up for grabs. But a win this week against A&M is an absolute must.

 

Sling TV Offers Texas A&M vs Ole Miss Live Stream

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If you’re looking to watch A&M vs Ole Miss online, Sling TV offers the best legal way to do so. Sling TV is a live streaming service that gives subscribers access to over 20 live cable channels, including ESPN, all delivered over their high-speed internet connection. There’s no contract, so you can cancel any time, and the basic package is only $20 a month. You can watch Sling TV on your TV (with a streaming player), tablet, phone, or computer.

Because the A&M-Ole Miss game airs on ESPN, you’ll be able to stream it live to your device of choice with Sling TV (review). Additionally, the basic package gives you access to ESPN2 and ESPN3 (the latter using the WatchESPN app w/ your Sling TV credentials), so you’ll be able to watch plenty of college football online this weekend.

Sling TV offers a free 7-day trial. It’s a great way to check out the service and to watch the Texas A&M vs Ole Miss live stream free.

Click here to start your free one-week trial.

 

Other College Football Games to Watch Online This Weekend

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

Saturday, October 24, Texas Tech vs Oklahoma, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPN3)

Saturday, October 24, Florida State vs Georgia Tech, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Saturday, October 24,  Washington vs Stanford, 10:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

 

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