The Mountain West Conference features some of the most exciting teams in the country. Boise State, Air Force, and San Diego State are just a few of the great programs, with Boise State holding the 2017 conference championship.
If you are a fan of a team in the Mountain West Conference you will obviously want to keep up with all of the action. Thankfully, even if you do not have a cable subscription there are legal and high quality options to watch Mountain West football online.
What Channels Carry Mountain West Football?
The Mountain West Conference has an agreement with ESPN to broadcast up to 16 football games plus the conference champiomship game each season. Also, ESPN has full TV rights for every Boise State home game. The contract goes through the 2019-2020 season, which means ESPN’s family of networks will be the best source to watch Mountain West football live for quite some time.
Use Sling TV To Watch Mountain West Football Online Live
Dish Network’s subscription streaming service, Sling TV, will be an ideal option to watch Mountain West football live streams this year. Sling TV gives subscribers the ability to live stream popular cable channels over an internet connection. It was launched early in 2015 and has grown popular due to its wide array of channels offered in its subscription. The basic package includes over 20 popular cable channels including TNT, TBS, HGTV, and AMC. There is also access to ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (Via WatchESPN with your Sling TV login) for the avid sports fans.
To gain access to this package costs only $20 per month. And, there are no contracts required meaning you can always cancel at any time you would like.
Beyond Sling TV’s basic package it now offers add-on packages focused on a specific niche of channels. One prime example is the Sports Extra package. For just $5 more per month subscribers can access sports channels like SEC Network, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, and ESPN Goal Line. The Campus Insiders Network is also included in the package. The network will broadcast various live sporting events including the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl. The $25 each month will go a long way in watching a ton of sports and specifically Mountain West football online. You can read our full Sling TV review for more info.
There is currently a limited-time offer on Sling TV for a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 streaming player if you pay in advance for three months of your service. The devices will let you connect your Sling TV live stream to your TV. This means if you take Sling TV up on their offer you can watch a bunch of Mountain West football live on your big screen throughout the season. Click here to learn more about these limited-time offers.
There is also a free 7-day trial for Sling TV, which you can always use to watch a weekend of Mountain West football live for free.
CBS College Sports Live Offers Live Game Broadcasts For Over 70 Teams
CBS’s College Sports Live offers live streaming of audio and video broadcasts for over 70 schools’ football games. Wyoming is one of the featured schools on College Sports Live. Some of its football games and over sporting events will be broadcast and you should check CBS’s programming schedule to find out which ones. There will also likely be on-demand highlights of games and other features.
College Sports Live recently introduced a new feature, IMG’s College Football Blitz. It will broadcast for ten hours straight every Saturday and give college football fans tons of access to the day’s action. There will be tons of live and on-demand highlights, cut ins to games in real time, interviews, and analysis. It starts at noon each Saturday. Read our College Sports Live review for more info.
CBS College Sports Live costs $9.95 per month and can also be subscribed to for $99.95 for the entire year. The annual subscription saves about two months’ worth of costs.
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