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After a dominant 2014 season, fans of the Boise State Broncos are excited for another great season. What they aren’t so excited about, on the other hand, is having to pay a small fortune for cable every month!
Thankfully, sports fans are no longer locked into expensive cable contracts. It’s now possible to watch Boise State football online, without cable TV. Whether you’re a casual viewer looking to watch a Boise State football live stream every once in awhile, or a diehard fan looking to follow the Broncos throughout the entire season, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the guide below.
Watch Boise State Football Live Streams with Sling TV
As part of the Mountain West conference, Boise State has a broadcasting agreement with ESPN. In the 2015 season, ESPN owns exclusive broadcasting rights to all Boise State home games, as well as many away games, so the vast majority of Broncos games will be hosted on ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3, and ABC.
- Pay just $20 per month for unlimited live access to ESPN, ESPN 2, TNT, TBS, and 15+ other great channels
- Access ESPN 3 and select ABC content via the WatchESPN App for free
- No cable required – just internet
- Enjoy tons of live sports, plus live TV shows and movies
- No contract, so you can cancel at any time
- Watch from anywhere with an internet connection from a compatible device
- Use Sling TV on your streaming player, mobile device, or computer
For watching Boise State football online, Sling TV is the best and most affordable option, because it provides live access to the channels that host the majority of Broncos games: ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN 3 and ABC. Plus, don’t forget you’ll also be able to watch a ton of other great live sports, TV shows, and movies on a variety of channels. You can also add the Sling TV Sports Extra Package for $5 per month, which adds channels like ESPNU, SEC Network, and more.
While watching Boise State football live streams on-the-go on your mobile device is convenient, the best viewing is always at home, on your TV. To use Sling TV on your television, you’ll need a good streaming player. If you need one, you can get a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 when you pre-pay for 3 months of Sling TV.
Watch Boise State Football Free Using Your Antenna
If you don’t want to pay to watch Boise State football online, you can catch a few games for free, using an HD antenna. If you need one, take a look at the Mohu Leaf 50. It’s an affordable, easy to use option with an impressive 50+ mile range.
While most Boise State games will air on ESPN-owned networks, a few away games each season will broadcast on over-the-air networks like CBS and ABC. Any games that broadcast on OTA channels can be viewed for free, using an HD antenna – without cable.
For more convenience, you can also use a DVR to record the games. That way, you can watch them at your convenience, and even fast forward through the commercials! If you have a more advanced device, like the Tablo HD DVR, you can even stream your antenna feed to other devices, which lets you watch Boise State live streams on your mobile devices, whenever there’s a game hosted by an OTA channel.
Listen to Boise State Football Audio Coverage Online Using TuneIn
If you can’t watch Boise State football online, the next best thing is to listen to audio coverage to keep up with each play as it goes down. You can use TuneIn, a free online radio service, to listen to live coverage of select Boise State games.
2015 Boise State Football TV Schedule
Most games can be viewed on the ESPN family of networks using Sling TV or the WatchESPN App using your Sling TV login. Select featured games hosted on CBS or ABC can be watched over-the-air, for free using an HD antenna.
Friday, September 4 vs. Washington, 10:15 p.m. ET (Win 16-13)
Saturday, September 12 at BYU, 10:15 p.m. ET (Loss 24-35)
Friday, September 18 vs. Idaho State, 9:00 p.m. ET (Win 52-0)
Friday, September 25 at Virginia, 8:00 p.m. ET (Win 56-14)
Saturday, October 3 vs. Hawaii, 10:15 p.m. ET (Win 55-0)
Saturday, October 10 at Colorado State, 7:00 p.m. ET (Win 41-10)
Friday, October 16 at Utah State, 9:00 p.m. ET (Loss 26-52)
Saturday, October 24 vs. Wyoming, 10:15 p.m. ET (Win 34-14)
Saturday, October 31 at UNLV, 3:30 p.m. ET (Win 55-27)
Saturday, November 14 vs. New Mexico, 10:15 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Friday, November 20 vs. Air Force, 9:30 p.m. ET (ESPN 2)
Friday, November 27 at San Jose State, 3:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
Watch College Football Online
If you’d like to learn more about how you can keep up to date with all your other favorite college football teams, check out our guide to watching college football online for more information.
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