The TCU Horned Frogs and Baylor Bears will face off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday, November 27h for an important conference match up as the season winds down. Baylor hopes to travel down to Fort Worth, Texas to pull out a huge win over the hosting Horned Frogs.
The Big 12 has broadcast agreements with the ABC family of networks through the 2024-2025 football season. This means a majority of Big 12 games will be broadcasted on ABC and all of the ESPN channels. The game this Saturday between TCU and Baylor will be broadcasted in primetime on ESPN. Thankfully, there are now easy and legal options to watch this match up even if you don’t have an expensive cable package.
TCU Horned Frogs vs Baylor Bears Preview
TCU has slowed down after its phenomenal start to the season. They were consistently ranked in the top-5 of the AP Poll, but have fallen to a ranking of 15 after losses to Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. The two losses come against its only ranked opponents on the season, but the game against Baylor provides an opportunity for redemption. If it can beat an impressive Baylor team it will stand a chance to shoot up in the ranking before the final seeding for bowl games.
Baylor also had a great start to the season when it rattled off 8 straight wins. However, it also ran into the buzz saw that has been the Oklahoma Sooners. The loss in week 10 dropped Baylor’s ranking. But a win over 4th-ranked Oklahoma State should propel Baylor back into the conversation as one of the best teams in the country. The game against the ranked Horned Frogs will likely be Baylor’s biggest test to end the season.
Watch TCU vs. Baylor Online with Sling TV
In the beginning of 2015, Dish Network launched Sling TV (click here for a free 7-day trial) to let cable cutters watch popular paid channels without an expensive cable subscription. It has gained popularity as one of the only cable cutting options to provide access to a wide array of sporting events. One of the channels included is ESPN, which means you can use Sling TV to watch TCU vs. Baylor live this weekend.
The starting package for Sling TV (review) provides over 20 popular cable channels. Included are TNT, TBS, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Through WatchESPN with your Sling TV login). With Sling TV you can live stream your favorite TV shows or sporting events on your computer, tablet, phone, or TV with a connected device. With Sling TV you can either watch TCU vs. Baylor online or directly on your TV from your living room this weekend.
Sling TV’s basic package costs just $20 per month and does not require a contract, meaning you can cancel at any point if you’d like. There is also the option to purchase additional channels each month. Sling TV has add-on packages for $5 per month, which provides access to a select group of channels based on a specific theme. One example that is one we often recommend is the Sports Extra package. For the additional $5 each month you get access to ESPNEWS, ESPNU, SEC Network, and ESPN Goal Line.
There is currently a limited-time offer if you prepay for three months of Sling TV’s service you receive either a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 player. The devices will connect your live stream to your TV and at the end of the three months will have basically paid for themselves.
If you are still thinking about Sling TV you can try its free 7-day trial. If you start now you can even watch TCU vs. Baylor online for free this week.
Other College Football Games to Watch Online This Weekend
*All games can be watched on Sling TV and/or WatchESPN
Saturday, November 28, Michigan vs Ohio State, 12:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
Saturday, November 28, Clemson vs South Carolina, 12:00 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Saturday, November 28, Florida State vs Florida, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Saturday, November 28, Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State, 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
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