These last few years, the Indiana Hoosiers have been an exciting team to watch. They sit near the top of a competitive Big Ten Conference and will certainly have some tests over the next couple of months before March Madness. Hoosier fans will want to make sure they know all of their options to watch Indiana basketball online, even if you do not have a cable subscription.
Thankfully, there are now plenty of options out there for cable cutters. Even without cable you can watch Indiana basketball online for the rest of the season and can catch a ton of March Madness live as well. Check out our full guide to learn about all of your other options to watch Indiana basketball live stream the rest of the season.
Sling TV – Your Best Option to Watch Indiana Basketball Online
Sling TV is your best option for watching Hoosiers basketball online without cable. What is Sling TV, you might ask? Simply put, it’s a subscription streaming service offered by Dish Network that lets you watch many popular cable TV channels online, without a cable subscription. It has gained popularity over the last year mostly because it is the best alternative to cable for watching sports online. Sling TV only costs $20 per month to start, much less than a traditional cable subscription normally needed to watch Indiana basketball live stream.
The reason you can watch so many sporting events is because of Sling TV’s great channel package. In the starting package you get channels like TNT, TBS, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3, plus a lot more. These are the channels that will let you watch an Indiana basketball live stream and can be watched on multiple devices. Sling TV’s streams can be watched with your computer, phone, tablet, or even on your TV with a device like Roku or Chromecast.
As for watching Hoosiers basketball online, Sling TV’s most valuable offerings are giving subscribers access to ESPN live stream, TNT live stream, TBS, and ESPN3 streaming. But don’t forget – Sling TV offers a lot more than just live college basketball coverage. With movies, TV shows, live sports and more, there’s something for the whole family on Sling! There are other packages such as the Sports Extra package, which includes valuable channels like ESPNU, ESPNEWS, the SEC Network and more.
During the regular season, having the ESPN family of networks will be ideal to stream the Hoosiers game online every week. During March Madness, channels like TNT, TBS and TruTV will come in handy, as well.
At the moment, I fully recommend taking Sling TV up on its current limited-time offer. When you subscribe for three months of Sling TV, you receive either a free Roku streaming device or a solid discount on an Apple TV. These devices will let you watch Hoosiers basketball live stream on your TV.
If you are interesting in testing out Sling TV, you can try it out now with a 7-day free trial.
Stream the Hoosiers Game Online with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is a newcomer to the streaming service industry, but it’s rapidly expanding. This season, it will offer a solid way to watch the Hoosiers online, without requiring cable TV.
PlayStation Vue’s packages, which include useful channels like the ESPN family, FS1, and Big Ten Network, make this service a good choice for Indiana basketball streaming. You can see the PlayStation Vue channel list for details on everything that is offered.
Because of the channels offered, Vue will let you stream Hoosiers online for the majority of games. It’s a great service, and we definitely recommend it. However, there are some downsides. For one, you can’t use Vue on mobile devices. Two, it’s expensive with the cheapest package running $30 a month. And three, it doesn’t offer any special signup bonuses like Sling TV does. For these reasons, we recommend Sling TV over Vue.
WatchESPN Will Let You Watch Indiana Basketball Online Live on ESPN3
ESPN has made WatchESPN available to anyone whose internet service provider is included on the list here. If you do receive internet through one of the providers, you can watch ESPN 3 on the WatchESPN website and likely catch some Indiana basketball live (and other Big Ten teams) If you have a paid cable subscription, WatchESPN is fully available if ESPN is included in your cable package.
The downside of the option through your internet service provider is WatchESPN can only be watched on the website or on your XBOX with an XBOX Live Gold Membership. And, it does not let you access the other channels normally included on the site, just ESPN3. Clearly, it is not the ideal solution, but it is still an additional option to watch an Indiana basketball live stream online.
Watch Indiana Basketball For Free with an OTA DVR and Antenna
Wouldn’t it be nice to just avoid all of the commercials during your favorite game? Well, you are in luck because over-the-air DVRs let you do just that.
Over-the-air DVRs paired with an antenna let you watch the broadcasts from network channels like ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX. It will definitely let you watch some of March Madness live come tournament time. We have a guide to antennas where we list our recommendations, if you’re interested. For DVRs, there are plenty of options on the market, which we covered here.
Watch More Sports Online Without Cable
Now you know how to watch Indiana basketball online! If you want to learn more about the ways to watch college basketball online check out our college basketball streaming guide. For general sports information, head over to our detailed guide on how to watch sports without cable.
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