Every year one of the biggest nights in college football is the Heisman Trophy Presentation. The top college football players from several conferences are judged against each other to find out who can be deemed the best player for each year. Thankfully, the growth of cable cutters means even if you don’t have a cable subscription you can still watch the Heisman Trophy Show live stream this Saturday, December 12 at 8 p.m ET on ESPN.
Sometimes there are surprise winners and other times the winner is seemingly known to everyone before the day, but this year looks to be a close race between the top three candidates remaining. Read the guide below guide for the best way to watch the Heisman Trophy Show online or live this weekend.
Heisman Trophy Candidates
Derrick Henry the running back for Alabama has been the most dominant back this season leading the country in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. He also broke the SEC’s single-season yardage record set by none other than Herschel Walker in 1981.
Deshaun Watson the quarterback for the undefeated Clemson Tigers has thrown for 3,500 yards and 30 touchdowns. He’s also shown his versatility by racking up 887 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns.
Christian McCaffrey has become known as the jack-of-all trades for the Stanford Cardinals. He has rushed for 8 touchdowns, caught 4 touchdowns, returned a kickoff for a touchdown, and unbelievably enough thrown for 2 touchdowns on just three pass attempts. He also broke all-purpose yards record set by Barry Sanders in 1988.
Use Sling TV To Watch The Heisman Trophy Presentation Online
Sling TV has been a leading alternative for cable cutters since it was launched early in 2015 by Dish Network. It offers top quality cable channels available via a live stream and has separated itself due to the number of live sporting events available. ESPN is one of the channels included in the package, meaning you can watch the Heisman Trophy Show live without a cable package.
The basic package for Sling TV (review) includes over 20 popular cable channels including TBS, TNT, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Via WatchESPN with your Sling TV login). The live streams can be viewed on your computer, tablet, phone, or TV with a connected device. If you have the right equipment you can watch the Heisman Trophy Show live on the big screen this Saturday with Sling TV.
The basic packages costs only $20 per month and requires no contract. You can also choose add-on packages for $5 more per month to add specific niche channels. One example is the Sports Extra Package. The package includes channels like EPSNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, SEC Network, and ESPNU for just the $5 more per month.
If you are thinking about Sling TV for this weekend, you are in luck, because they currently have a free 7-day trial. That means with Sling TV you can watch the Heisman Trophy show free and get to try out the rest of its streaming services in the meantime.
If you are sold on Sling TV, they have a limited-time offer of a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 Player if you prepay for three months of your service. Both devices will let you watch live streams on your TV and will basically have paid for themselves at the end of the three months. Click here to learn more about these offers.
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Excited to see the Heisman Trophy candidates in action on the field this bowl season? Want to learn more about how you can watch college football without cable? Check out our full guide on how to legally watch college football online.
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