On Thursday, November 5 at 9:00 p.m. ET, the Missouri Tigers will face off against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Fans from both schools are excited for what promises to be one of the most intense matchups of the season.
As you likely know, the Southeastern Conference has broadcast contracts with CBS and ESPN. This Missouri vs. Mississippi State matchup will be hosted on ESPN, and it’s sure to be one of the best college football games aired this season.
Up until very recently, you had to have cable TV to enjoy live ESPN-hosted games. But no longer! Today, football fans are finally free of the cable company’s grasp, because there are legal and affordable ways to watch live football online. If you want to watch this Missouri vs. Mississippi State live stream, you can do so easily on your computer, TV, or mobile devices. Keep reading to find out how!
Watch the Missouri vs. Mississippi State Game Online Live with Sling TV
Want to know the easiest way to watch the Missouri vs. Mississippi State live stream without cable? Easy – it’s Sling TV!
This newly launched service comes from Dish Network – but don’t worry, it’s better than cable and satellite TV in many ways. In early 2015, Dish launched Sling TV as a way to grab some market share from the growing online streaming industry, and to keep some of the customers it was losing from its satellite TV service. One of Sling TV’s main draws is that it offers a lot of live sports coverage, including the Missouri vs. Mississippi State game!
When you subscribe to Sling TV, you’ll get access to live streaming of many of cable TV’s most popular channels. You’ll enjoy unlimited streaming of channels like ESPN, ESPN2, CNN, TBS, AMC, TNT, and more. There are more than 20 channels included, all of which offer great quality live content.
Additionally, you can use your Sling TV login to access the WatchESPN App, which gives you access to ESPN3. Between ESPN, ESPN 2 and ESPN 3, you can watch upwards of 20 college games each week throughout the regular season. That’s a ton of live football, for the low cost of a Sling TV subscription.
Sling TV (full review) starts at just $20 per month. It does not require a contract, letting you cancel whenever you want. For less than a dollar a day, you can watch tons of live sports, plus enjoy many of your favorite TV shows, and even live news, with one affordable subscription. Sling TV works on a variety of devices, including computers, mobile devices, and on your TV using a streaming player or gaming console.
Interested in Sling TV? You can try it out for free for 7 days with no commitment. If you time it right, you could even watch the Missouri vs. Mississippi State game for free.
If you’re sold on Sling TV and are thinking you’d like to keep it through the rest of the college football season, you should take a look at a special promotion they have running right now. If you prepay for 3 months of service ($60, and that would get you through the rest of the season), you can get free Roku Streaming Stick or get a discount of 50% off a Roku 3. With a Roku and a Sling TV subscription, you’ll be all set to watch college football and other great shows, directly on your TV. Click here to learn more about these limited-time offers.
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