The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Clemson Tigers will travel to Glendale, Arizona and face off in the Fiesta Bowl. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 31st, and will feature two of the most exciting teams of the season. Want to watch the Fiesta Bowl live stream from home? You’ve come to the right place – check out our guide below!
ESPN has TV rights for a majority of the college football bowl games and will broadcast the Fiesta Bowl this year. Cable cutters used to have difficulty accessing ESPN legally without a cable subscription, but now there are easy and affordable options to do so. Now, it is not difficult to watch games like the Fiesta Bowl live stream without having to be locked in to a cable contract. Below is a guide for the best way to watch Ohio State vs Clemson online.
Watch the Fiesta Bowl Live Stream with Sling TV
Sling TV is a popular online streaming service that was launched early in 2015. Sling TV has gained a sizeable following, largely because its diverse channel offerings and the access it provides to watch live sporting events. ESPN is included in Sling TV’s basic package, which means you can watch the Fiesta Bowl live stream with a Sling TV subscription – no cable TV required!
The basic package for Sling TV (full review) includes over 30 popular cable channels. Not only can you stream these channels live, but the streams can be accessed using an internet connection from your computer, tablet, phone, or TV with a connected device. Featured channels in the package include TBS, TNT, CNN, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. Sling TV will not only let you watch Ohio State vs Clemson live stream this year, but you can watch any of the other bowl games aired on ESPN throughout bowl season – plus a TON of other great live sports content, movies, TV shows and more.
The cost to subscribe to Sling TV starts at only $20 per month for its basic package. The $20 per month gets you over 30 channels and easy access to all of your favorite TV Shows and live sporting events. There is no contract needed either, which means you can cancel at any time you would like. There are also add-on packages on Sling TV for just $5 more per month. One example, the Sports Extra Package, lets you watch channels like ESPNEWS, ESPNU, SEC Network, and ESPN Goal Line for only $5 extra each month.
Sling TV can actually be your top resource to watch the Fiesta Bowl free. Sling TV currently has a free 7-day trial. You can sign up to try out the service and likely watch several bowl games free. There is also a limited-time offer for a free Roku Streaming device if you pay in advance for three months of your Sling TV service. It’s a great deal considering the device will have paid for itself and you will have been able to watch all of the TV and sports Sling TV has to offer right on the big screen!
Watch the Buckeyes vs Tigers Game Online with DIRECTV NOW
There’s a brand new streaming service in town, and it’s called DIRECTV NOW. Launched in November, 2016, this brand new service comes to you from DIRECTV, and offers 60+ channels for only $30 a month. Actually, right now you can get more than 100+ channels for the same $35/month rate. For those who want a lot of channel selection but don’t want cable/satellite, DIRECTV NOW is a great option.
All packages from DIRECTV NOW include ESPN streaming, so you’ll have no issue with Fiesta Bowl streaming. You can watch from streaming devices, computers, and mobile devices – from anywhere with a solid internet connection. Read all the details in our DIRECTV NOW review. Or, try the service out for yourself with a FREE 7-day trial!
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch the Fiesta Bowl Online
Heard of PlayStation Vue? It’s Sony’s version of an online streaming service, that allows you to watch 45+ channels on your streaming players, PlayStation consoles, and mobile devices. Packages start from $30 a month, and the service is non-contract.
Vue is a good service to watch the Ohio State vs Clemson live stream (game preview here). However, there are a couple downsides – mainly, mobile viewing outside your home is restricted. The service is also more expensive than Sling TV, so generally it’s not our top recommendation. Read more in our PS Vue review, or our best streaming services comparison guide.
Fiesta Bowl Schedule
Date: Saturday, December 31st
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Network: ESPN (or Sling TV)
How to Watch Other College Football Games Online
Once you’ve enjoyed the Fiesta Bowl live stream, you’ll likely want to watch some more football! Check out our college bowl game schedule for more Bowl streaming info, then take a look at our guide to college football streaming to learn all about watching NCAA football without cable.
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