If you have made the wise decision to cut your cable subscription, you might be worried about missing out on all the Ole Miss football action. Luckily, there are now several great options for keeping up with Rebel football all season long. The options are affordable and can often be watched right on your TV. Best of all, this year you’ll have multiple ways to legally watch Ole Miss football online, directly on your computer. Read on to find out all of the Ole Miss football live stream possibilities to decide which ones will work best for you.
Watch Ole Miss Football Online With Sling TV
Sling TV, a live streaming service reviewed here, allows subscribers to watch cable channels over an internet connection for a starting price of $20 per month. It does not require any sort of contract and will certainly be a great way to watch Ole Miss football online this year. The channels available include popular ones like TBS, TNT, and CNN, but also include several sports channels like ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3 (accessed through the WatchESPN app with your Sling TV login).
If you’re interested in getting more sports channels, you can add Sling TV’s Sports Extra Package for just $5 more per month. Included in the package are the SEC Network, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, and other sports channels. The SEC’s digital platform, SEC Network+, created with ESPN is also available through the add-on package in the WatchESPN app. With these two packages you can watch nearly every SEC and Ole Miss football game this season.
Sling TV can be watched on your computer, tablet, phone, or connected TV. If you are unsure about the service, it currently offers a free 7-day trial.
If you do decide on Sling TV for the college football season, you should definitely take it up on its limited-time offer. When you prepay for three months of Sling TV service, you will receive a free Roku 2 or a big discount on Apple TV. At the end of the three months, you will have watched an incredible amount of college football and either device will have paid for itself.
Watch Ole Miss Football Online with CBS All Access
If an Ole Miss football game schedule to air on CBS, you could live stream it on CBS All Access. This is the network’s official streaming service, and in over 80% of US markets, All Access offers live streaming (check for availability in your area). All Access is only $5.99 a month, and with that, you also get to enjoy on-demand viewing of CBS huge catalog of hit TV series. Read our CBS All Access review for more details on the service.
PlayStation Vue Offers Option to Watch Missouri Football Online
PlayStation Vue provides another option for watching Ole Miss football streaming on your TV and connected devices. Vue is much like Sling TV, offering a selection of pay TV channels streaming live with no contract required. However, Vue does cost a bit more than Sling TV ($29.99-$39.99 a month for the basic package, depending on where you live) and it blocks most mobile streaming if you aren’t on your home network.
Read our PlayStation Vue review for all the info on the service.
Watch SEC Football All Season On CBS’s Live Stream or Network Channel
CBS will be a great option to follow Ole Miss football. Each week, CBS will be broadcasting its SEC Game of the Week or a doubleheader on certain Saturdays. These games will be accessible via CBS’s over-the-air network, which can still be watched directly on your TV even without cable. That’s because an antenna will allow you to receive CBS’s broadcast. This means, for the low cost of an antenna you will likely watch some great Ole Miss matchups on your big screen. If you need an antenna, check out our guide to choosing a TV antenna.
You can pair your antenna with an over-the-air DVR to record games, pause, rewind and fast-forward live TV, and more. I personally use the Tablo because it offers all the standard DVR features, plus it lets me stream live TV and recordings to all of my paired devices anywhere in the world. It’s one more easy way to watch Ole Miss football online.
Beyond its TV broadcast, CBS has also made a live stream of each of its SEC games available this year. The stream, accessed on the CBS Sports website, will not require any form of authentication and is completely free. CBS is ensuring it’s a great experience no matter where you are watching and has added all 22 of its camera angles it uses during its TV broadcast to the live stream. This means that whether you access CBS via an antenna or your computer it will be a great resource to watch some excellent SEC and Ole Miss football games.
CBS College Sports Live Will Provide Live Audio Streaming of Each Ole Miss Game
This year, Ole Miss made an agreement with CBS to live audio stream all of its football games on CBS’s College Sports Live. Every Saturday you can tune into the play-by-play action and there will also be several other Ole Miss football streams you can listen in to. College Sports Live begins at $9.95 per month and has agreements with several other SEC teams for audio and video streams. The best way to figure out if this service is right for you is to go over to the website and check the programming schedule.
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