The Stanford Cardinal and the Washington Huskies will meet up on the field in Seattle on Friday, September 30 at 9 p.m. ET. With both teams arriving on the field undefeated, it will be an exciting match up to see who will be victorious. But, if you’re not at the game, can you still watch the Stanford vs. Washington live stream on ESPN without cable?
You can, and it is pretty easy. Here’s how to watch Stanford vs. Washington online.
Watch the Stanford vs. Washington Live Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV is the clear winner for us in the streaming services game. Why? Not only can fans watch the Stanford vs. Washington live stream on ESPN, they’ll also have access to lots of other sports coverage, including ESPN2 and ESPN3, and other pay TV networks that were previously impossible to watch without cable.
If that isn’t enough to convince you, maybe the price will. The basic package starts at only $20 per month and there is no contract to sign. It also works with pretty much any streaming device you can think of including your computer or smart devices. In fact, Sling TV often offers special deals on free or discounted players from Roku or Apple TV, so click for more information.
There is even a pretty cool deal for T-Mobile customers right now as we write this. You can get 30% off the Best of Live TV basic package, which totals just $14 per month. And, it works with T-Mobile’s Binge On feature, so you can watch Stanford vs. Washington online without tapping into your data plan.
Stanford vs. Washington Streaming Live will be on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is the other best option for streaming TV. It has many of the same attributes, but there are a few differences. However, you can still watch the Stanford vs. Washington live stream on ESPN with PlayStation Vue. Read our complete review here.
The service starts at just $29.99 in most markets. However, there are 7 U.S. cities that offer live streaming of local networks, and the cost in those markets is $39.99. PlayStation Vue can stream on PlayStation 3 and 4 consoles, Apple and Android devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. They do not have Apple TV support at this time.
It is also important to note that there are some restrictions with the service. Your account is tied to your home network, so even with the mobile app content will be limited away from home.