The Georgia Bulldogs and the Oklahoma Sooners will meet in the Rose Bowl on January 1st, 2018. The game kicks off at 5:00 p.m. ET from Pasadena, California and will feature two of the top teams in college football. Ready to watch? Check out the guide below and find out how to watch the Rose Bowl live stream online.
During college bowl season, ESPN has broadcast rights for the majority of the games, including the Rose Bowl. Previously, it was difficult or nearly impossible to legally watch ESPN without a cable subscription. Now, there are legal and affordable options which will let you watch Georgia vs Oklahoma online this week. Read on to find out more about how easy it has become to watch the Rose Bowl online as well as other college bowl games.
Use Sling TV to Watch the Rose Bowl Live Stream
Dish Network launched its subscription streaming service Sling TV early in 2015. The growing trend of cable cutters has essentially demanded a high-quality option that is more affordable and less of a hassle than cable. Sling TV has been a clear leader in this market, largely because it has a great variety of channel offerings and lets subscribers easily watch live sports. ESPN is one of the channels available to Sling TV subscribers, meaning you can watch the Rose Bowl live stream with Sling TV.
Sling TV (review) lets you watch over 30 popular cable channels in its basic package. The streams can be accessed through your computer, tablet, phone, or TV using a connected device. The basic package for Sling TV costs only $20 per month and features channels like TNT, TBS, CNN, AMC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3. There is no contract required and you can cancel your service at any time. For just $20 per month you can watch the Georgia vs Oklahoma live stream on the 2nd and tons of other programming normally only accessible with a cable subscription.
There are also add-on packages for Sling TV subscribers to gain access to additional channels on top of the basic offering. The packages include channels that are related to a specific niche and cost just $5 per month. One example is the Sports Extra Package. It includes channels like ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line, ESPNEWS, and SEC Network. That’s a lot more sports programming featuring news, analyses, highlights, and live game coverage for only $5 extra each month.
You can even use Sling TV to watch the Rose Bowl live stream for free this year. There is a currently a free 7-day trial offered. You can test out the service and watch all of the live programming Sling TV has to offer in its subscription. If you are set on subscribing, Sling TV has a limited-time offer of a free Roku Streaming device or a discounted Apple TV if you prepay for three months of your service. It’s a great deal because with the Roku devices you can watch games like Georgia vs Oklahoma live directly on your big screen with your Sling TV subscription.
Use DIRECTV NOW to Watch the Rose Bowl Online
The newest service around that allows you to watch the Georgia vs Oklahoma game online is DIRECTV NOW. This brand new streaming service was just launched in November of 2016, but it’s already making big waves in the industry. For $35 a month, DIRECTV NOW gives you access to live streaming of over 60 popular TV channels. In fact, right now you can get one of their premium packages, offering over 100 channels, for the same $35/month! Click here to learn more.
All DIRECTV NOW packages (see the list in our review here) include ESPN, so you won’t have any problem watching the Rose Bowl stream. The service works on most streaming devices, although it is a new service so not all devices are supported (including Roku). You can also watch on mobile devices.
DIRECTV NOW is currently offering a FREE 7-day trial, so if you sign up soon you can actually watch the Rose Bowl online free!
Use PlayStation Vue to Watch the Rose Bowl Live Stream
Last but not least, another option is PlayStation Vue. Like the services we’ve already discussed, Vue offers live streaming of many popular TV channels, without cable!
Vue’s packages (review here) start from $30 a month (for 45+ channels), and all packages include ESPN. Therefore, you’ll be able to stream the Rose Bowl on Vue. Most streaming devices are supported, however mobile viewing is restricted. We generally recommend Sling TV/DirecTV Now over PlayStation Vue, but they are all good services.
Rose Bowl Schedule
Date: Monday, January 1st
Time: 5:00 p.m. ET
Network: ESPN (or Sling TV)
Stream College Football Online
There are lots of other college bowl games to watch this week. Plus, in our streaming guide for college football, we’ll show you all the best easy, legal, and affordable ways to watch college football online, without needing cable!