We are in the final stages of the 2016 college football recruiting season as some of our favorite teams battle over the top recruits throughout the country. National Signing Day for college football is on February 3rd some of the most exciting recruits will be announcing their final decisions on this day. Want to watch the 2016 National Signing Day live stream? We’ve got you covered.
There is still some uncertainty on which schools will be deemed as having the strongest recruiting class, but after February 3rd we should be a lot closer to finding out. If you do not have a cable subscription you’ll want to make you are prepared to watch the 2016 National Signing Day live stream. Below is a guide giving you options for how you can watch all of the excitement without cable.
Subscribe to College Sports Live to Watch the 2016 National Signing Day Live Stream
College Sports Live, offered by CBS, provides subscribers live streams of audio and video broadcasts for over 18,000 live sporting events. On February 3rd, College Sports Live will let you watch tons of the excitement during the 2016 National Signing Day live stream. Nearly every college sport is featured in terms of live coverage including football, basketball, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and so many more. Over 100 schools are signed up to have their games and events broadcast by College Sports Live.
During the year, you can watch or listen to a ton of live sporting events with College Sports Live, including some of the biggest games in college basketball or college football live. The format of the live stream, audio or video, depends on each event and what type of agreements the schools have with CBS. There is a full programming schedule on the College Sports Live website, so you can see all of the other great events you would have access to after watching National Signing Day online.
College Sports Live can be access on your computer, phone, tablet, or even your TV if you have a Roku player. There are apps compatible with iPhones, iPods, iPads, and any Android device that make the viewing experience incredibly easy. If you are thinking about a Roku Player, check out our review of the Roku 3.
A CBS College Sports Live subscription begins at only $9.95 per month. For less than $10 per month you get access to the live streaming events, tons of on-demand videos and highlights, and other features like press conferences and radio shows. You can cancel at any time with this option, but there is also a yearly subscription at a discounted rate of $99.95 per year. The annual subscription saves two months’ of subscription costs and would let you easily follow whatever college sport you would like during the entire year.
Sling TV and ESPNU Will Let You Watch the 2016 National Signing Day Live Stream
Sling TV was launched in 2015 by Dish Network as a full-fledged alternative to a cable subscription. ESPNU will be covering several of the top recruits across the nation throughout the entirety of National Signing Day. Sling TV subscribers can gain access to ESPNU and will be able to watch National Signing Day online for some of the most exciting recruits. Check out our full Sling TV review here.
Sling TV’s basic packages includes over 20 popular channels normally inaccessible without a cable package. The channels include TNT, TBS, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (By signing into WatchESPN with Sling TV login). Sling TV’s live streams can be watched on your computer, phone, tablet, or even your TV with a connected device like a Roku or Amazon Fire TV. This means, you can actually watch National Signing Day online live on the big screen if you have the right setup.
The basic package mentioned above costs $20 per month. There is no contract required and your Sling TV subscription can be canceled at any time. In order to get full access to ESPNU, you will have to take a look at one of Sling TV’s add-on packages, the Sports Extra Package. For an additional $5 per month, subscribers gain access to even more sports channels like ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line, SEC Network, and ESPNEWS. For just $25 per month you’ll be watching the National Signing Day live and a ton of other live sporting events and your favorite TV shows. All of this can be watched almost anywhere you can get an internet connected and removes the need of signing up for a cable package.
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