The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team will meet up with the Central Michigan Chippewas in a matchup for the Miami Beach Bowl. The game is on December 19th and kicks off at 2:30 p.m. ET. Central Michigan snuck in with a 6-6 record, while Tulsa had a great 9-3 season. It’ll definitely be a close game and you’ll want to make sure you know how to get a Miami Beach Bowl live stream so you don’t miss a second.
The Miami Beach Bowl will be broadcast by ESPN. This might make you think it’ll be impossible to watch the game without cable, but there are actually quite a few ways. There are multiple streaming services you can use and we go into all the details you need to know below!
Check out Sling TV for a Miami Beach Bowl Live Stream
Sling TV will be the top option to watch Miami Beach Bowl online right on ESPN. It is one of the over 30 channels included in the Sling Orange starting package. Plus, it only costs $20 per month. Or, you can watch a Tulsa vs. Central Michigan live stream free with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial.
In the package, other channels featured are ESPN2, TBS, TNT, CNN, AMC, ESPN3, and several more. All of these can be live streamed on your phone, tablet, computer, or with devices like Roku, Chromecast, or Apple TV. Check out our Sling TV review to learn more.
You can actually get either a free Roku player or an Apple TV for $60 off if you subscribe for three months of Sling TV. Both devices will let you watch a Miami Beach Bowl live stream right on your TV. Also, if you’re a T-Mobile subscriber you can get the Sling Orange package for just $14 per month (30% off). Between the deals, the low price, and all the streaming options Sling TV is definitely the best way to get a Miami Beach Bowl stream.
AT&T Offers a Miami Beach Bowl Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW
AT&T recently entered into the streaming services market with DIRECTV NOW. This is another option to watch Tulsa vs. Central Michigan live stream on ESPN. The cost is a little more expensive than Sling TV, but it does come with about 60 channels to start. The smallest package costs $35 per month, but includes most of the channels from Sling TV and then plenty of extras as well.
There will surely be some kinks in the service as it has only been out on the market for a short while. But, it is already compatible with a decent amount of devices and its channel offering is impressive. You can take a look at our DIRECTV NOW review to figure out if it’ll be a good option to watch Miami Beach Bowl online. Also, you can give try DIRECTV NOW free for 7 days.
Another Way to Get a Miami Beach Bowl Live Stream is PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue has been on the market for a little more than a year now and is a great option to watch a Miami Beach Bowl stream. The starting package costs $29.99 per month and there are additional packages with higher costs that bring in more channels. In the starter, you get channels like ESPN, ESPN2, NBCSN, FS1, Comedy Central, CNN, and much more. In total, there are over 50 channels to live stream.
PlayStation Vue (review) is compatible with PlayStation consoles, iOS devices, Androids, Chromecast, Apple TV, and your computer. Even though you can watch a Miami Beach Bowl live stream on your phone you might run into some restrictions if you’re streaming outside of your house. Certain areas have limits on what can be streamed on mobile, which can be a downside to the service. But, overall it’s another solid option for a Miami Beach Bowl stream.
After waiting to find out where they’d be heading, Central Michigan found out they’d be flying to the warm weather in Miami to face off against Tulsa. It should be a solid matchup and another great bowl game.
If you don’t want to miss a single bowl game, check out our bowl season schedule. It’s got all the details you need to watch all the games without cable.
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