Fans from the state of Tennessee know that when the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders match up against the Vanderbilt Commodores, the game will be exciting and intense. The teams meet on the field at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville on September 10 at 4 p.m. ET. You can watch the Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt live stream on SEC Network.
But what happens if you don’t have cable? Can you watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt online? You sure can, and here’s how.
Watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt Live Stream on Sling TV
Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt will be streaming on SEC Network, so our best recommendation will be Sling TV. SEC Network, and several other sports channels like ESPNU, are part of Sling’s Sports Extra package. So, on top of the already reasonable $20 per month, you’ll only have to pay an extra $5 per month for the Sports Extra package.
Sling TV works with all of the most popular streaming devices. You can watch directly from your computer, tablet, or phone. Or you can stream it with anything from Amazon Fire TV to Xbox. They also often have special offers for free or discounted devices like Roku or Apple TV, so check it out for more information.
Before you commit, sign up for the free 7-day trial of Sling TV. Even better, this gives you a chance to watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt streaming free while you decide.
Watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt Streaming Live on PlayStation Vue
SEC Network is also available on PlayStation Vue. This service, a product of Sony, is becoming very popular and a great way to watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt online without cable. The basic package is only $29.99 per month, but SEC Network is included in their Elite package, so you will need to pay more. The website will have more details.
PlayStation Vue can be streamed on PS3 and PS4 consoles, iOS and Android tablets and phones, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. There is no apple TV support right now.
Also, there are a few restrictions on the PlayStation Vue account. It is tied to your home location, so streaming on the go is not possible. Even with the iOS app, content is limited.
That’s our guide for how to watch Middle Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt online without cable. For more college football action, check out our complete guide.